Apply for a Company Internship
An internship is an excellent way to apply theoretical knowledge acquired during one’s studies for practical skills needed for your professional future.
Leading-edge companies offer internships to highly-motivated Montanuniversität students to get in touch with high-potentials. For students, internships provide an opportunity to improve their skills and practical experience. At the same time, companies can take advantage of talented students who in turn might get an offer to join the company after graduation.
Since students should look and apply for an internship by themselves, the overview listed below represents those companies that commonly provide open internship positions to Petroleum Engineering students at DPE.
OMV is producing and marketing oil & gas, innovative energy and high-end petrochemical solutions – in a responsible way. With Group sales of EUR 20 bn and a workforce of around 20,700 employees in 2017, OMV Aktiengesellschaft is one of Austria’s largest listed industrial companies. Due to our international activities in up- and downstream we can offer interesting and diverse job opportunities with excellent scope for career development. Diversity and equal opportunities are central to the OMV culture and key to our corporate success. Discover the exciting world of OMV.
Summer Internship: The summer internships offer the ideal opportunity to discover your strengths and interests. Depending on training and experience, you can work on exciting projects and get actively involved in day-to-day business.
Compulsory Internship: A compulsory internship with OMV provides you with the opportunity to gain valuable practical experience and learn about what will probably be the most exciting industry of tomorrow.
RAG Austria AG is Austria’s largest gas storage company – making it the country’s biggest energy storage provider. With the technically operated storage capacity of around 6,3 billion cubic meter of natural gas RAG is one of the biggest storage operators in Europe. The company develops pioneering energy technologies that act as partners to renewables. Its portfolio of business activities also includes gas production, supply and trading, as well as the use of gas as a transport fuel. Through its own storage capacity and its activities as an operator, RAG makes a major contribution to the security of supply in Austria and Central Europe.
A major part of RAG’s efforts to promote junior employees is to contact or support them already during their studies. RAG offers internships between July and September, lasting from 1-2 months. The internships are located in Vienna, Upper Austria and Salzburg.
LUKOIL is one of the largest publicly traded, vertically integrated oil and gas companies in the world accounting for more than 2% of the world's oil production and around 1% of the proved hydrocarbon reserves. While having the full production cycle, the company exercises total control over the whole production chain — from oil and gas production to petroleum product sales.
The Russian Federation accounts for 86% of hydrocarbon reserves and 83% of hydrocarbon production, with the main activities concentrated in four (4) federal districts: the Northwestern, Volga, Urals and Southern Federal Districts.
All Petroleum Engineering master's students as well as bachelor's students (with no more than two exams left) can apply for the Lukoil Internship.
- Short letter of motivation
- Curriculum vitae
- Transcript of Records
Please address your application to Ms. Nataliya Gudz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: 31 December 2020
Voestalpine is a globally leading technology and capital goods group with a unique combination of material and processing expertise. Voestalpine has around 500 Group companies and locations in more than 50 countries on all five continents. With its top-quality products and system solutions using steel and other metals, Voestalpine is a leading partner to the automotive and consumer goods industries in Europe and the aerospace, oil, and gas industries worldwide.
The connection between national and international universities and Voestalpine has a long tradition. Combining academic and practical knowledge provides the impetus to new ideas and concepts so that we can be ahead by that one vital step. In Voestalpine you have the option to put the theoretical knowledge you have acquired into practice and to deepen it in exciting activities.
What happens if I cannot get an internship at a company?
Get in touch with the chair professor where you intend to continue your studies and address this issue to find a solution.
What happens if my internship is not applicable to my study program? Can I still fulfill the required hours given by the “Praxisbuch”?
Get in touch with the responsible person for the BSc internship at each chair and explain your problem you are facing.
How many hours of internship do I have to complete?
Bachelor program: 60 working days
Master program: 40 working days
Bachelor program: 80 working days
An internship is no longer part of the Master program.
At what stage (year/semester) of the program do I have to complete this internship?
The complete internship has to be finalized before graduation.
More questions? Ask Office Manager Patrizia Gäbler!