Wow, time flies by so fast! My internship at TÜV Rheinland Japan Ltd. is almost over and I would like to summarize my invaluable experience.Mehr
Is TUV Rheinland a purely German institution? Absolutely not. We run subsidiaries in 70 countries on all continents, and our offices, facilities and experts can be found around the world. That figures, since the need for quality and safety is just as global.
As a bachelor student of Pharmaceutical Engineering at the Singapore Institute of Technology, I took part in the Integrated Work Study Program (IWSP), an initiative of my university. Luckily, TUV Rheinland gave me the opportunity to spend this eight-month internship as “Assistant Process Safety Engineer” with the Industrial Services Team.Mehr
A couple of months ago I was doing grocery shopping with my partner, and she asked me if I could recommend a good chemical cleaner. So I took a quick look at the shelf and came to the seemingly obvious conclusion: “You should totally get this one, because it’s RoHS-compliant.”Mehr
In summer 2017, I started as a working student in the HR Process Development department of TUV Rheinland in Cologne. Since I am in the midst of completing my master`s studies, I need to juggle between university and my part-time job.Mehr
At the end of last year, TÜV Rheinland called for applications to the “Innovation Kickbox Vol. II”, our internal Entrepreneurship Program. Our Innovation & Digitalization Council, consisting of several Innovation & Digitalization Managers, received 87 applications from 126 colleagues who live in 18 different countries.Mehr
In big offices, interns seem to be an integral part of the operations. Over the years, I have interacted with plenty of them – some worked in my team and some in other departments (just for my benefit to borrow their lunch money).Mehr