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Options for vocational training in Germany

Explore your options in the fascinating world of reinsurance!

Find vocational-training opportunities

Whether you're looking for traditional vocational training or aim to combine professional training with a university degree, we teach reinsurance – from the ground up. 

Take the hands-on approach to starting your career

Immerse yourself in our core business, reinsurance. This hands-on approach to learning the business takes you to different division units. In each division, you will have tasks that are your sole responsibility – of course, we’ll give you some time to get your bearings first.  

While you learn on the job, your trainer helps you navigate your training and career. Theory sessions, language courses and seminars enrich your learning experience, expanding your knowledge and cultivate your personal and professional skills. Interactions with peers at professional seminars give an opportunity to develop your own network from day one. 

In a nutshell

24-30
month
Participants with advanced-level credentials of education or commercial secondary school require two years of training, whereas students with general credentials of secondary education require two and a half years. The training venue is Munich.
1
Personal mentor
After an introductory course of several weeks, you will meet your personal mentor. This second-year trainee supports you to ensure a smooth and efficient transition into your professional life at Munich Re.
3
weeks at a primary insurer
As a participant in our vocational-training programme you learn the theory and practice of primary insurance in a bilingual vocational school class in preparation of your three-week assignment with a primary insurer.
Javadi
© Munich Re
Thanks to the Vocational Training Programme, I was able to gain a variety of experiences from different areas of the company and learned numerous technical skills. The balanced programme has also greatly contributed to my personal development in many ways.
Suzan
Munich Re Germany, Munich
Consultant

What we’re looking for?

  • excellent intermediate general or advanced-level credentials of education from a secondary school 
  • a sound understanding of mathematics 
  • good written and spoken communication skills in both German and English 
  • high level of commitment 
  • independent work ethic but plenty of team spirit 
  • confident and well-mannered 
  • a lively interest in international economic affairs
Whether at school, with your hobbies or in your personal life - you show a high level of commitment in all the projects you tackle. You don't just want to get things done - you always expect yourself to do them well. 

Are we a match?

You are a strong student with interest in international economy. You are committed, confident and a team player. And, you are ready to build your career from the ground up?