In addition to the classic fundamentals of mechanical engineering, such as construction, mechanics, strength theory, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, materials science, etc., the first plastic-specific basics, such as chemistry and plastics science, are taught with appropriate laboratories. Building on this, plastic-specific topics such as plastics processing and plastics processing machines, tool construction, construction with plastics etc. form the focal points of the in-depth study. The practical phases include an exciting and varied range of tasks with a high degree of personal responsibility in a technically diverse company, as well as a friendly and professional environment. After graduation, there is also the possibility of further development within the global Procter & Gamble group. The theoretical phase takes place at our cooperation partner, the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University in Mosbach (DHBW).
Do you have a general university entrance qualification (A-levels, Abitur) or subject-related university entrance qualification? Are you interested in technical contexts? Are you interested in mathematics, computing, plastics processing, constructors with plastics and automation technology? Do you like working independently and would you like to take personal responsibility? Are you a good team player? (university entrance qualification test required at the DHBW)