As an SAP STAR program intern, you rotate into at least two different teams at SAP. For your first rotation, your manager will pair you with a team that matches your interests, skills, and education. For your next rotations, you get to pick what teams you want to work with. Some of the most common lines of work are listed below.
Fast-track your career with SAP Hungary
In our Vocational Training program in Budapest, you will work with us on real-world Product Support, Development, and Cloud Operation projects so you become familiar all aspects of software development. This is a unique opportunity in Hungary because you’ll gain valuable industry experience in one of world's leading business software providers, kick-starting your career all before you graduate!
We offer a 2-year-long program in parallel with the MSc studies and a 1.5-year-long program for BSc students who are just starting their 5th semester.
You can be sure you’ll earn a competitive salary and receive other great company benefits at SAP while working part-time during your studies.
And once you’re done with your studies, we’ll put you ahead of the rest for SAP global hiring at graduation. Sounds ideal, doesn’t it?
Get your Bachelor’s degree AND live in Germany
Do you want to study abroad, learn a new language, and get practical experience working in one of the world’s top employers? Then apply today for your Bachelor’s degree in Business Informatics – Sales & Consulting International (WI-SCI).
This unique Bachelor’s degree program, lasting 3 years, is separated into theoretical and practical phases. Taught at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Mannheim, Germany, the theoretical phases focus on business knowledge and programming languages. During the practical phases, you will gain real-life experience at the SAP Headquarters in Walldorf, Germany. At SAP, you’ll learn about Software Development, Service & Support and Consulting.
All applicants have to speak and understand English. But, by the end of the program, you’ll be speaking fluent German too! During the first year, all lectures at the university are in English with courses in German so you learn the language. Your German lessons + daily exposure to the language will steadily increase, so by the last year, you’ll be able to understand all the lectures in German!