Internships at Audi Brussels
Interns at an information panel in the factory

Internships at Audi Brussels

The ultimate test drive: internships at Audi Brussels

Are you looking for a first practical experience in a professional work environment during or after your education? Or an internship location to combine with your bachelor’s or master’s thesis? Seize the opportunity at Audi Brussels, the leader in e-mobility and sustainability and thus the place to experience a high-tech and international production environment.

At the wheel of your career

  • For whom? Students enrolled in an active bachelor’s or master’s programme or during a gap year between their bachelor’s and master’s studies.
  • Start? Possibility to start every Monday of the year.
  • Duration? 3 to 6 months.
  • Language requirements? Full command of at least one and basic knowledge of at least another of these four languages: Dutch, French, English and German.

What’s in it for you?

1. Gain experience in a reputable company
Working independently on projects? Check! Discover processes and structures from A to Z? Double check! In this way, you contribute to the creation of our models and to the continuous growth of Audi Brussels.

2. Support in every area
At Audi Brussels, we offer you attractive remuneration and numerous development opportunities. And that’s not all: we also help you in your search for a place to stay, should that be necessary. 

3. Good guidance
An expert from the department coaches you through your internship. In addition, you have the opportunity to participate in various projects and events organised by your colleagues.

4. Working together in a multicultural atmosphere
Our team is our capital city in miniature: very diverse and creative with its own way of doing things. Working together with colleagues from different cultures and possibly speaking four languages all at once is everyday practice here - et das ist goed so!

Want to stay with Audi Brussels after your internship?

Did you enjoy your internship and would you like more? Join us and become part of the Audi Brussels family with more than 3,000 colleagues. These former interns talk about their career path from internship to job at Audi Brussels.

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Young engineering talent at Audi

Brilliant, passionate, determined: Nihale is one of our young talents. Her job? Software and electronic automotive engineer.

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Seizing opportunities to grow

After several European internships within the Group, Jana returned to Brussels to start as a safety officer, a job she didn’t have in mind at first. But she was motivated to take on the challenge, learn new things and develop - and that paid off.

Discover our offer of internships

From technical jobs via HR and Finance to many other roles in automotive... As a fully-fledged team member, you complement your theoretical knowledge with fascinating practical experiences in different departments of our plant. A selection of internship options in production

Robots in the bodyshop

The basis of the car’s construction

A car in the assembly hall

Sustainable paint

Robots in the battery production

The heartbeat of electric Audi’s

The body of an Audi Q8 is scanned with a high-tech scanner

Optimising development processes

The Audi logo on the car is checked by hand

The customer experience in harmony

Logistics staff member in a warehouse

Professional control of the supply chain

Want to apply? Four steps to your internship.

How do you get the internship you dreamt of at Audi Brussels? The answer is simple: in four simple steps. We guide you through each step:

1. Telescreening 
During a telephone conversation, you will have the opportunity to delve deeper into your CV, experience and motivation. You can also show your language skills during this interview. Do you still have practical questions about your internship or thesis? This is the perfect time to ask them! 

2. Interview (possibly by telephone)
During an interview with your future internship supervisor, you can demonstrate your professional knowledge and soft skills, among other things. It’s also the perfect time to ask us all your questions, to find out more about the job content. After this interview, you will receive a final answer to your internship or thesis request.

3. Preparation of the internship
Together with the HR department, you go through all the administrative steps. You also receive your internship agreement and other useful information. 

4. Welcome day 
At last, your first working day has arrived! You will be welcomed together with the other starters and receive information about who we are and how we work. You are now officially an Audianer

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Some bonus tips for your application!

  • Create a well-presented CV in Dutch, French, English or German: put your name and contact details at the top, use subheadings, list information chronologically, state your current education and preferably keep it on max. one page. Do not forget to mention your language skills.
  • Give your cover letter a personal touch: explain why there is a match between you, the internship and our corporate values. State the exact internship period (start date and duration) and indicate whether the internship is voluntary or compulsory. Preferably keep it on max. one page.
  • Prepare for the interview but remain true to who you are: find out about Audi Brussels and the internship by visiting our website and social media. Give yourself enough time to get to the interview location. This reduces stress and gives you the mental space to be yourself during the interview.

Any questions?

Which documents must my request contain? Which aspects should I consider before applying? What must I do once my internship has been confirmed? Will Audi Brussels help me find somewhere to stay? Is the internship reimbursed? Check out the answers to these and many more questions in our FAQ!