Work-study degree program in Wiring Systems Development at master's level

The master's degree course in Wiring Systems Development builds on a completed bachelor's degree in an engineering-related subject (such as electrical engineering, mechatronics, mechanical engineering or similar). The degree is perfectly tailored to our core LEONI product, the physical wiring system. The alternating practical phases at the Kitzingen site will give you an insight into different areas of relevance for your degree. By switching between different areas, you will be able to gain valuable insights for your master's project and your work at LEONI later on.

The degree course takes one and a half years. The theory is taught at the university in Landshut, the practical phase at the LEONI site in Kitzingen

After graduating you will be a genuine expert in wiring systems development and will be able to work in all areas of our core product, from pre-development through to series production.


You can find more information on the website of the university Landshut:

Bordnetzentwicklung, Master: Hochschule Landshut (

What you will bring to this role:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or similar technical or science-based degree  

  • Interest in working in the automotive industry and, in particular, in the area of physical wiring systems

  • Pronounced mathematical and technical understanding  

  • Interest in different specialist areas and cultures  

  • Good command of German and English, both written and spoken

What we offer

Financial independence thanks to attractive, performance-related remuneration with vacation pay and Christmas bonus in a company where pay is protected by pay-scale agreements (IGM)


Grade-based bonus of up to € 500 per semester for especially good performance at university


Flexible working through flexitime / trust-based working hours and the option of working from home / mobile working


Exciting and interesting tasks during the training, including in our own Junior Company


Best opportunities for the future through preparatory practical assignments


Targeted progression & support during and also after the work-study program


Individual support from mentors to help you get started


35 hour week and 30 days annual paid leave


Regular excursions and projects at LEONI sites in and outside Germany


Get to know us personally.

We pay regular visits to colleges and universities and can be found at recruitment fairs across Germany. We may be heading your way soon. Take advantage of the opportunity to get to know us as employers and to find out first-hand what opportunities for joining LEONI and establishing and developing your career await you.
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Why not apply using our online portal. We look forward to meeting you.

The following instructor will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Stefan Kirchner

In charge of work-study programs at LEONI

+49 9321 304 - 5270