Offers for students

Only 10 minutes away from the central campus of the Otto-von-Guericke-University you will find the ifak - Institute for Automation and Communication in the Science Port Magdeburg. I cordially invite you to contact us and get to know this institute of applied research and development. Here you can find interesting and challenging tasks with a high practical relevance, ranging from a mandatory internship and a HiWi job during your studies to a Bachelor's and Master's thesis. Take a look at this document to find out more in advance. Afterwards, the named contact persons will be happy to help you.

Praktika, Hiwi-Jobs

Praktika, Hiwi-Jobs, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten (pdf)

Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

Praktika, Hiwi-Jobs, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten (pdf)

Apply - this is how it works

The ifak employees have put together a selection of topics for you from the departments. The corresponding task for these topics will then be coordinated in a personal discussion - whether it is an industrial internship with the development of hardware or an academic thesis. Most of the topics are scalable and behind all tasks there are important industrial and research projects. You may also simply ask a fellow student from an older semester who has already worked at the ifak

For the technical contact please contact the named contact person.

Please send your application documents with details of the business area you are interested in by post or in electronic form (cover letter and attachments as PDF):

Renate Heilmann (E-Mail senden)
Institut für Automation und Kommunikation e.V. Magdeburg
Werner-Heisenberg-Str. 1
39106 Magdeburg
Tel.: +49 391 990140
Fax: +49 391 9901590
Web: www.ifak.eu

Useful links for students:
www.vocalproject.eu - The Vocal Project (Vocationally Oriented Culture and Language)

 

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