Are you looking for an exciting vocational education? We can offer you an interesting and secure apprenticeship position with a wide range of opportunities for development and future prospects. You can choose between the locations of Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm.
The application period has unfortunately expired. Your application will probably be possible again from spring 2021. You can find information on how to apply on this page.
Your path to us
The most important questions answered right away
Please go to the Audi job portal, click on ‘My Profile’ at the top of the page and then click on ‘Reset password’. Enter your email address and then click on ‘Reset password’. You will immediately receive a new password by email.
Your personal details and attachments can be updated at any time.
However, once you’ve submitted your application you can no longer change your covering letter or the information in the job-specific questionnaire.
The Audi applicant management team will get in touch with you regularly about upcoming selection steps. If you have any questions that are not answered by the FAQs, you can email us on the relevant location’s apprenticeship address:
After you submit your application, an acknowledgement of receipt will be sent automatically to the email address you have provided. If you don’t receive this acknowledgement by email, please log in to your application again and check whether, in the last section ‘Send’, you did actually submit your application.
In your application you have the option of specifying your first choice and an alternative apprenticeship.
After your application you will be given access to the online vocational aptitude test. You should complete this within 14 days.
Depending on the apprenticeship job, the next step will be for you to attend an assessment centre or to be invited for interview.
In principle, the qualifying secondary school general leaving certificate (Mittelschulabschluss or Hauptschulabschluss) is a requirement for all jobs; for some roles you must also bring your intermediate school-leaving certificate. The overviews of the individual apprenticeships will tell you what is required.
After successfully completing your apprenticeship at Audi, you can look forward to an open-ended job offer. However, your performance and behaviour during the apprenticeship will naturally be taken into account here.
Here we have three different shift models:
- Day shift: 07:00 – 15:10 hours
- Early shift: 06:00 – 14:00 hours
- Late shift: 14:30 – 22:00 hours
Flexitime between 07:00 – 16:30 hours (core working hours from 08:30 – 15:00)
As an apprentice you are entitled to 30 days’ holiday a year (if you are severely disabled – degree of disability of 50% or over – you will receive 35 days’ holiday).
As an Audi apprentice you can look forward to a very good training allowance. This is:
- 1st year of apprenticeship – €1,037.00
- 2nd year of apprenticeship – €1,102.00
- 3rd year of apprenticeship – €1,199.00
At both Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, placements abroad through Erasmus+ and Vocational Training Worldwide are offered within our VW Group. If you would like to know more about this in advance, you can watch the video by one of our former commercial apprentices, Juliane, who undertook a work placement with Bentley in England.
Fast, faster, eKart
To develop and build something completely new – and to do so during an apprenticeship? From the idea and the design planning through to the finished product: this development process is in itself a long path with numerous hurdles. And to do it all with the emphasis on sustainability? Daniel and Emre, aspiring automotive mechatronics technicians, have risen to this challenge. Working with experienced colleagues, they have constructed an electric-powered kart that is sustainable and, at the same time, extremely quick and manoeuvrable.
The personal freedom they enjoyed within the project, as well as the responsibility that came with it, has made the project something very special for these two trainees.
Experience it up close, with all the emotion and excitement. Rahel Frey, Audi Sport’s factory racing driver, tested the eKart on the Audi Driving Experience racetrack – and she was impressed by its performance. You can see Rahel’s verdict on her test drive and find out all about the eKart project in our video.
Training with backing
“When you know for certain that you can come back to your employer afterwards, it frees your mind. I was able to concentrate fully on my studies and gain a lot of experiences abroad. Audi has also benefited, because I have come back even better trained and more experienced than before. After my studies, I was able to get back on board seamlessly.”
If there is anyone who can tell you exactly how "training" works at Audi and what the company does for its employees, it is Marcel. The 29-year-old works in the human resources department and has received very active support from Audi on his own professional journey.
“I can only advise young students to come here and see what we have for them with their own eyes. Then they can gain valuable experiences and decide for themselves if Audi is good for them.”
Marcel started in 2007 as an industrial clerk in Ingolstadt and went back to school for three more years a little bit later to graduate. Audi had given him a guarantee of reinstatement. "It was very motivating for me to get this backing from Audi. This means that employees who train in the company's sense, will be guaranteed an equivalent position upon their return to the company." In this phase, Marcel often used his time during the holidays to work at Audi in HR or sales.
After the "Abitur" Marcels history repeated itself. He studied business administration in Regensburg and in Colorado, USA. “When you know for certain that you can come back to your employer afterwards, it frees your mind. I was able to concentrate fully on my studies and gain a lot of experiences abroad. Audi has also benefited, because I have come back even better trained and more experienced than before. After my studies, I was able to get back on board seamlessly.”
Today Marcel is working in human resources. For a long period of time he worked for the junior programs and the employer branding. Now, his focus is on the right strategies and innovations in the HR sector. The offspring is still close to his heart, though. "I can only advise young students to come here and see what we have for them with their own eyes. Then they can gain valuable experiences and decide for themselves if Audi is good for them." It doesn’t matter whether talents come from the IT sector or the classic mechanical engineering sector. Marcel is sure that Audi has a surprise in store for many young talents: "Younger people have a certain picture in mind about how a huge company like Audi ticks. But Audi is the opposite. Audi is not an old economy giant. Gather your own experiences and find out how it really is!"
Your first day at Audi
What awaits you on your first day here? What does everything look like? What kind of people work here? The following video will provide the answers. We’ll show you what your first day will look like.
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