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Field reports

Pupils at CLAAS.

Here you can read about how our youngest employees see CLAAS as an employer, the highlights they have experienced up until now and what you should consider when submitting an application.

Field reports

Pupils at CLAAS.

Here you can read about how our youngest employees see CLAAS as an employer, the highlights they have experienced up until now and what you should consider when submitting an application.


Tim Noah, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Mechatronics

"In addition to determination and perseverance, an organizational talent is also required. As you will be working independently on projects during your studies, this is necessary for structured, results-oriented work."


Noah, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Industrial business administration

"What I particularly like about studying at CLAAS is the family and very pleasant atmosphere in the company. You feel welcome on the entire premises and are warmly welcomed in every department."


Yannik, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Business data processing

"One of my personal highlights was the first week at CLAAS, where we got to know the other students and apprentices. We had the possibility to talk to everyone, including the technical apprentices."


Fehmi, 19 years old

Dual-study programme in Informatics

"It is very important to collect practical experience during the dual studies, because some theoretical things are easier to understand when you get to know them in practice. Moreover, you can collect job experience and you can start you career after the dual studies directly, which is worth a lot in my opinion."


Lukas, 22 years old

Dual-study programme in Agricultural technology

"You should definitely have practical experiences in agriculture to understand connections and to put the content of the apprenticeship in the practical context."


Marlena, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Industrial business administration

"I especially liked, among others things, the experience of going abroad to Paris (see international experience reports) and the job fair in Rietberg that gave me the chance to meet and consult interested students."


Johannes, 22 years old

Dual-study programme in Business data processing

"For the dual-study programme at CLAAS you should be open-minded, because you get to know a lot of new people during your time in Harsewinkel and Stuttgart."


Christoph, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Industrial engineering

"There were already many highlights during my dual-study. Among other things, the product training was a great experience and will be always in my mind. The connection to the CLAAS products was very close and we got to know every technical detail."


Robert, 20 years old

Dual-study programme in Mechanical engineering

"I like the practical terms in which I assume responsibility for my own small projects. I am allowed to design some modules independently and work on solution concepts for particular functional requirements."


Daniel, 21 years old

Dual-study programme in Industrial engineering

"My previous highlight was a spontaneous trip with a service technician to England where I was able to see the way an international service technician works."