BMW Graduate Programme Opportunities 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 2, 2018

BMW Graduate Programme

BMW Graduate Programme – If you like working in teams and are prepared to take on responsibility, there are attractive tasks and individual assignments waiting for you.

Your personal mentor, an experienced manager, will be on hand to support you in finding a professional direction that is right for you and will guide you to develop your individual strengths.

Our focus will be Industrial, Supply Chain & Logistics, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Disciplines
Within commerce discipline our focus will be Marketing, Communications and Business Management.

BMW Graduate Programme Minimum Requirements

  •     Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant field of study
  •     A Post Graduate Degree is highly advantageous
  •     Less than 2 years work experience
  •     Computer literacy
  •     Dynamic and adaptable
  •     A keen intellectual ability
  •     Fluency in English
  •     SA Citizenship is required

How to Apply

Please send your application including a cover letter and your academic transcripts to   [email protected]  no later than 31 July 2014.
If you are experiencing problems with the above link (s), please apply via their main website
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About BMW

BMW’s origins can be traced back to three separate German companies: Rapp Motorenwerke, Bayerische Flugzeugwerke and Automobilwerk Eisenach. The history of the name itself begins with Rapp Motorenwerke, an aircraft engine manufacturer.

In April 1917, following the departure of the founder Karl Friedrich Rapp, the company was renamed Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW). (p11). BMW’s first product was the BMW IIIa aircraft engine.

The IIIa engine was known for good fuel economy and high-altitude performance. The resulting orders for IIIa engines from the German military caused rapid expansion for BMW.

After the end of World War I in 1918, BMW was forced to cease aircraft-engine production by the terms of the Versailles Armistice Treaty.

To maintain in business, BMW produced farm equipment, household items and railway brakes. In 1922, former major shareholder Camillo Castiglioni purchased the rights to the name BMW, which led to the company descended from Rapp Motorenwerke being renamed Süddeutsche Bremse AG (known today as Knorr-Bremse).

Castiglioni was also an investor in another aircraft company, called “Bayerische Flugzeugwerke”, which he renamed BMW.

The disused factory of Bayerische Flugzeugwerke was re-opened to produce engines for buses, trucks, farm equipment and pumps, under the brand name BMW. BMW’s corporate history considers the founding date of Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (7 March 1916) to be the birth of the company.