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        Options for school leavers in Germany

        Soon school will be over for the very last time. Are you ready for something new and exciting? Join one of our three school-leaver options and work alongside international risk experts.

        Discover our exciting programs for school leavers

        Your school days are coming to an end and you’re excited about your career? Discover the?fascinating?world of insurance and reinsurance. We offer in-depth training programmes?that cultivates?both your personal and professional competencies.

        Whether you're interested in vocational training or want to combine professional training as a reinsurance specialist with a master’s degree in?business?science?– or business mathematics –?our?head office in Munich offers plenty of options.

        Not sure if working in?insurance is for you??You’re right?to be?–?your?first step in your career is crucial.?Find out why?insurance?fascinates us:?Join us as a try-and-see summer intern?while still in school.

        What’s in it for you?

        Experience innovation
        Work in a company, where innovation is the driving force behind pioneering solutions, from digitalisation to cyber security.
        Be appreciated
        Our employees are Munich Re’s most valuable assets. This is why we offer market-competitive remuneration, flexible working hours and great networking opportunities.
        Benefit from our hands-on approach
        At Munich Re we encourage you to take ownership. We will challenge you and give you opportunities to work on exciting projects. You will work on your own as well as in a team as you get to know departments across Munich Re.
        Munich Re provides support. Not just as a product, but in professional training as well.
        Lena Rei?inger
        Munich Re Germany, Munich
        Apprentice in the Train-and-Study Programme

        Vocational training – Take the hands-on approach to starting your career

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        Qualified?insurance and finance practitioners?specialising in?reinsurance?serve?clients?around the world.?As one of the world’s leading reinsurers, we give you a perfect start?into the profession?–?as an apprentice at Munich Re?you?prepare?for a challenging career in a field where you can make an impact, collaborate on international projects and gain insight into a wide variety of?topics and fields.?Our vocational training caters to?school leavers?with excellent proficiency in German.

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        Train-and-study programme – Get your degree and vocational training in one go

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        You are?a?high achiever?graduating from?German?high?school?with?a qualification for university entrance?but like to take a hands-on approach??Challenge yourself with?our?train-and-study programme –?it combines?vocational training?on?the job, also called?apprenticeship,?with studying for?both?a bachelor’s?and?master’s?degree.??

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        Summer internship for pupils – Get a 2-week taste of reinsurance

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        Curious what?reinsurers?really?do??If you’re still in school but?are?already?exploring?your?options,?join?our German-language?summer programme?as a try-and-see intern?for a work experience.?Seize the opportunity?–?and?figure?out?your future.

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        Your selection processes

        If?your application meets?the programme’s?requirements,?we?will?invite?you?to?a 3-hour?written exam, followed by single session at our assessment centre,?at our Munich headquarters.?Candidates who?pass?this?exam?and assessment?move on to the next round – an in-depth?interview?at?the?Munich?headquarters.

        Candidates?for our train-and-study programme?need to?pass?the?test?in Mathematics?at?the?University of the Federal Armed Forces?in?Munich-Neubiberg, Germany (Universit?t der Bundeswehr)?before joining?the?dean?of the finance and insurance faculty?for?an?interview.

        First impressions count.?Your cover letter is an opportunity to?show us the person behind grades, dates and numbers!?

        1. Is your?cover letter?informative??Does your letter?show?why you are?applying and why you are?interested in?working?at Munich Re???
        2. Does your?cover?letter?say?what makes you?a great choice??A strong?cover letter?is all about finding the right tone?but do?not?want you to?make?yourself sound better?than you are.?We?look?for?authenticity. Writing something like “I always wanted to learn this trade and I am very interested in numbers” is not?helpful if?your?marks?in maths?are merely average to poor. In such case,?why not?explain?why you consider yourself suitable for the job?? ?
        3. Phrase your letter in a way that?makes it an?interesting – or, even enjoyable –?read for?outsiders.?This is a great?opportunity to demonstrate?your?proper use of language.?Not sure about your writing??Have?a?friend, your parents or?a?teacher?read the letter and ask,?“Does this letter describe me in an interesting manner?”??
        4. Have you?signed?the completed letter?– along?with?your curriculum vitae?
        1. Do your documents comply with all formal criteria?–?appealing overall design,?no dog-ears, no staples, no signs of manual edits, and so on.
        2. Have you included?all?documents required – cover letter, curriculum vitae, and all credentials.
        3. Are?all elements of your?letter correct?–?spelling?of names,?address,?salutation,?job designation?
        4. Is the letter interesting, authentic and meaningful??
        5. Has someone proofread the application?
        • We select?strong candidates?from the applications that meet programme?requirements to?take a?3-hour?written exam?at our Munich headquarters.
        • You don’t have to prepare for?the?written exam.?Questions?covers a variety of areas, such as mathematics, English, geography, and German grammar.?Just make sure you get enough sleep the night before and bring your optimism. We don’t expect you to do anything superhuman.
        • Candidates who pass this written exam move on to the next round – an in-depth interview at the Munich headquarters

        Once you have passed the written exam,?it’s to?prepare?for the interview.

        • Ask yourself: What impression do I?want?to make??Take stock what it takes to support this impression.
        • Look up Munich Re?and its business?online.
        • Learn about the profile?of the job you want to train for.?
        • Read?newspapers and follow current events.
        • Consider carefully why you want to learn?this?trade?and wish to do so at Munich Re.
        • Dress?in keeping with the?Munich Re?image, without abandoning your own personality.?There are attractive business clothes for both you and your age.?Think about?questions?you?want to ask about Munich Re and the job. Write your questions down and bring them with you to the interview.?

        Internships – Stay for a while, learn for life

        You want to intern with amazing teams? At Munich Re, our teams are always on the look-out for bright minds with passion, curiosity and, of course, people skills.

        Are we a match?

        Every year, bright?school leavers?join our programmes to boost their career prospects. Join us and secure a place in one of the leading reinsurance companies in the world?

        Want to know more?

        Curious about our school leaver programs? Or, you have a specific question about?applying?at Munich Re? Contact us. We’re happy to answer questions and provide the information you need.

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