It is important to gain practical experience during your studies in order to find the right career opening. We give students an insight into our company - with internships, working student activities and as a partner for their final thesis.
WESSLING is a company in which many clever minds work on improving safety, quality, health and environmental protection. More than 40 different professional groups work hand in hand at WESSLING in areas such as chemistry, biology, agricultural sciences, mineralogy and engineering. If you would like to get better acquainted with our work and team, then please forward your application. We look forward to hearing from you!
Gain practical experience in our company: contributing your own innovative ideas is just as much important for our daily work as the close coordination within our interdisciplinary teams. Since its foundation in 1983, WESSLING has been consistently focused on know-how transfer. Write your thesis in our company: we maintain a lively exchange of experience and cooperation with universities and technical colleges. In addition, we are involved in research and development projects and participate in numerous standardisation and technical committees.
WESSLING Study Award Food Chemistry
How does our body process mould toxins ingested with food? Jonas Specht, food chemistry student at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität (WWU) Münster, was recently granted the Study Award for the best master's thesis in the field of food chemistry for his outstanding master's thesis on this topic by WESSLING. This is the fifth time we awarded the prize, which is endowed with 1,000 euro.Read more
In a joint project of WESSLING, the Institute for Landscape Ecology and the Institute for Geoinformatics of Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU), the use of a drone on the site of the former Opel plant 1 was tested. WESSLING had initiated the cooperation and supported Pia Pickenbrock’s study project from the study group IfgiCopter.
Survey among 55 000 students
WESSLING convinced in the largest employer study and made it into the Top 100 in Germany. The results of the Trendence Graduate Barometer 2018 were published in the magazine CHEManager. They show which employers and industries are particularly popular with science students and which criteria they use to select their jobs.Read more
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