Internships in mechanics
An internship at BASF is a unique experience. At BASF, you’re not just standing close to the action, you’re right in the middle of it. You actively take part in the daily work at BASF and you work next to our experts on the world of today and tomorrow. Looking over the shoulder of colleagues can be interesting but we believe you can do more: a real project in which you can put all your ideas, knowledge and skills to good use. That way you’re not only doing an internship at BASF, you’re becoming a part of our team!
We have a wide choice of internships within engineering, production, safety, energy or automation. You can for example help with the mechanical engineering of a chemical production installation or make calculations of a heat exchanger in a production installation. You can find an overview of all open internships on our job portal. Be quick because the number of places is limited!
Do you want to put your theoretical knowledge into practice? An internship at BASF is something for you then!
BASF offers you an internship where you get to know your future job. You can always count on a personal ‘coach‘ who will help and advise you. He will also regularly give you honest feedback. That is how we create an optimal environment where you can grow and discover yourself.
You can choose for an internship at BASF Antwerpen or at BASF Belgium Coordination Center Comm. V.
You’re studying industrial or civil engineering in mechanics and you’re interested in process chemistry. At this moment you are going to start your master studies, or you’re already in the middle them.
You like to work in a team and are open to new experiences. You easily communicate and you approach tasks in a target oriented and innovative manner. You dare to take initiative and you’re not afraid to take responsibility.
To be able to complete an internship at BASF you must be registered at a university during your internship.
Do you want do an internship at BASF Antwerpen?
Do you want an internship at BASF Belgium Coordination Center Comm. V.?