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It's your choice: we offer internships in all of our specialist departments. They give you a unique insight into what goes on behind the scenes in a top international fashion company. You'll find information about the focuses of the individual departments and current internship vacancies below. 

Internship at HUGO BOSS

On your first day, within the scope of an introduction event, you will be given all the important information and documents that you'll need during your internship. This also gives you an opportunity to meet interns from other departments.

During the internship, you will be actively involved in everyday operations and also in independent projects. This gives you an insight into the tasks and workflows, allows you to broaden your skill base and knowledge and gives you a chance to network. You will be looked after professionally by our intern supervisors in the various specialist areas and by direct contacts in Human Resources.

Halfway through your internship, you will have an intermediate meeting with the supervisor in the area in which you are working. During this meeting, you will receive feedback about your performance and have a chance to share your wishes and suggestions.

Usually, an internship is for six months.

Yes, if you do a mandatory internship and you do not have a degree, the monthly pay for an internship is €670 and if you have a degree (Bachelor, Master, etc.) it is €950. If you do a voluntary internship the monthly pay is €1365.

  • We will help you find accommodation before you start the internship.
  • During the internship, you benefit from flexible working hours and an attractive advanced training program.
  • Regular intern meetings allow you to network with other interns.
  • During your leisure time, you can use our extensive range of sports activities such as, soccer, squash, badminton, beach volleyball and our health club on the HUGO BOSS campus, including a varied range of sports courses.
  • You can also buy HUGO BOSS products in our VIP store at reduced prices.
  • Ideally, you are in the second half of studying for your bachelor's degree or already have an intermediate diploma.
  • You may already have some practical professional experience and are a fashion enthusiast.
  • You must have proficiency in English (verbal and written communication).
  • You are familiar with MS Office applications.
  • You are committed, communicative and enjoy working in a team.
  • Other job-specific requirements can be found in the respective job description. Internships are also offered to graduates – you do not have to be enrolled in a university. Applicants from outside Germany should enclose all documents that are relevant for work and residence permits.

Yes, you can apply for an internship with any of our worldwide subsidiaries. They recruit their own interns. Therefore, please apply directly to find out if there are any vacancies and to get information about the application process. Also remember that payment during the internship varies depending on the subsidiary. 

If you would like to apply for a foreign internship, in addition to the requirements for an internship in Germany, you also need a good knowledge of the language in the country where you are submitting your application.

You will also find job ads from our subsidiaries in the HUGO BOSS job ads. For more information, click here.

You will find the job ads under “Internship/Master thesis” – usually about three to five months before the intended start date.

Please apply exclusively online. If you have any questions about an internship, send an e-mail to:

Yes. This gives you a chance of collecting practical experience and also earning money while you are studying. Your hours of work will be scheduled up to 20 hours per week. Your working time can be extended to full time during the semester break. Vacancies are advertised online.

In what areas can you do an internship?

Creative Management is responsible for product development and creating the collection. This is where the collections originate – from the idea, through the drafts to development. In each of our brands, the unit consists of a Creative Director, the Head of Creative Management, the Creative Managers, and assistants and specialists.

In Pattern Design, proposals for a new collection are implemented in prototypes and are then further developed until they are ready for production. The work of the pattern makers involves developing the cuts and developing technical processing guidelines.

Strategic Procurement develops and implements methods and processes for the global HUGO BOSS procurement organisation. Among other things, this includes continuous assessment of suppliers, carrying out supplier development measures and supplier audits and communication with the suppliers, for example via the HUGO BOSS supplier portal.

The Technology & Service Center belongs to the Clothing Man Product Division. It is an extremely modern production facility for classic men's wear. The Technology & Service Center maintains and generates the platform for its professional competence with prototype, pattern and special production inquiry services. The Technology & Service Center is also integrated in the BOSS MADE TO MEASURE program, where customers can have apparel tailored to order.

Shop Construction is responsible for planning and implementing all shop projects worldwide. Visual Merchandising is involved with optimising the product presentation at the point-of-sale. Retail Marketing Services support the points of sale worldwide in all marketing activities.

The Creative Services department is responsible for creative services at HUGO BOSS AG. These services are requested by different departments – such as Trade Marketing, Creative Management, Sales. Sports sponsoring is also part of communication. HUGO BOSS is currently present in the following sports: Formula 1, sailing, golf, tennis and soccer.

As a specialized niche market, Travel Retail looks after our shops in airports, duty free shopping centres and our shops on cruise liners and ferries. Travel Retail is split into two teams – Marketing and Area Management.

Logistics include Logistics Planning and Transportation Logistics. Logistics Planning covers the strategic part of logistics and consists of three sub-units: Process Management, Project Management and Logistics Controlling. Transportation Logistics focuses on coordination of the international commodity flows within our procurement, production and distribution logistics.

Quality Management Fabrics and Trimmings is the central textile competence centre of HUGO BOSS AG and, in this role, provides textile expertise for Product and Quality Development.

Production Management (O-PM) handles the central fields of competence quality management and processing technology for the production of ready-made in the Clothing Woman Product Division.

At HUGO BOSS, IT includes IT Applications II and IT Services. IT Applications II is responsible for all IT applications and processes in the Finance, Controlling, Human Resources, Business Intelligence, Retail and eBusiness units. IT Services consists of the following three teams: Global Support and Coordination, Local and On-Site Support and SAP Training.

Receivables Management belongs to the Finance & Accounting unit and, essentially, creates the link between customers, Sales, Accounting, and external business partners (e.g. credit insurers).

Corporate Analysis is part of the Controlling unit of HUGO BOSS AG. Corporate Analysis handles projects for business area development, process optimisation and management reporting.

Human Resources consists of four HR Business Teams that partner with each specialist unit and to support them in HR planning, procurement, deployment, development, compensation and administration.

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