Applying to HUGO BOSS

All information for students, career starters and professionals

From school pupils to students and graduates to professionals: At HUGO BOSS, you can put your own personal strengths and individual skills to work. The variety of HUGO BOSS has made us what we are today: one of the leading fashion and lifestyle brands in the premium segment.

If you want to contribute to our success and be proud of your work, we would love to receive your application.

The next step? Applying online to HUGO BOSS!

The application process at HUGO BOSS

In the first step of the application process, your contact partner in the HR department looks over your application documents and makes an initial assessment. In the second step, the HR department and specific department you’ve applied to work in conduct a joint interview with you. If that goes well, you’ll receive an invitation to attend a second interview. In this interview, your personality counts as much as your professional expertise. Afterwards, we’ll make a final decision on whether to hire you, and then hopefully welcome you to HUGO BOSS!

Application process

Application advice for Young Talents

The following advice is especially helpful for school pupils. However, as a graduate or professional, you may find some of it useful. You can find more information in our FAQs.

Try to write an application that helps us to get to know you. Tell us about your talents, capabilities and skills.  Keep in mind that the layout should be structured and clear. We want to find out, if we match. Please apply online via our system.

Below you’ll find more useful tips on cover letters, resumes, references, and photos. 

It’s easier for us to properly sort your application if your cover letter clearly states which training place or dual course of study you’re applying for. Mention why you applied for the apprenticeship or that study and why you would like to work at HUGO BOSS. Write about why exactly you are the right candidate for us.

Many applicants have difficulties with the introduction sentence but that sentence is really important to attract our interest.

Not so good: “I would hereby like to apply for...”; “My name is..., I’m 16 years old, and...”; “I saw your job posting...”

Better: “You are looking for a trainee in…? With my experience as..., I’m the perfect candidate for you.” Or “With an internship at... and another at..., I would bring valuable experience to the training place open at HUGO BOSS.”

Your aim: Catch our attention! Begin your cover letter with your strengths or something that makes you special and sets you apart from the other applicants. Remember: We receive a huge number of applications. So we like it when an applicant makes a good first impression right in the very first sentence. 

On your resume, you list the most important information and facts about you in table form. After all, we want to get to know you. That’s why you should list your hobbies in addition to your education and internship experience. If you send a photo with your resume, we can put the face to the name right away. Along with your cover letter, your resume is the most important part of your application.

Resumes are comprised of different sections. Some must be included, while others are optional. The following are a must:

- Heading: “Resume”

- Personal information: name, address, telephone and cell phone number, email address, family status (so “single” if you’re not married; otherwise, “married”) and nationality

- You’re not required to state your parents’ professions, but you can if the information is relevant to our training program. Example: You’re applying for a training program to become a tailor. That is also what your mother does. We then know that she has probably already told you a lot about it and how you came to be interested in that career option.

- Education: the schools you’ve attended and the diplomas or certificates you earned there. Later, this should include training and college degrees.

- Professional experience, additional trainings and internships: If so far you’ve “only” been to high school, this will generally only include internships.

- Computer skills: Here is where you list the programs you’re proficient in.

- Language skills: This is where you list the languages you know and how well you know them.

- Hobbies: You can list your personal hobbies here.

- Place, date, signature: A paper copy of a resume is always signed. This is not necessary for online applications.

You may include the following in your resume:

- Personal information: Date and place of birth are not required, but are almost always listed
- Application photo: A photo is not mandatory

- Other skills: Depending on what the requirements for the specific job are, you can use this section to list things such as that you have a driver’s license, or skills that would be important for the job.

- Volunteer work: If you do volunteer work, you can also add this to your resume.

- International experience: If you’ve already been abroad, for example for an internship or as an exchange student, you should include this on your resume.

We accept letters of reference from teachers/school staff as well as any professional references, certificates from work experience placements, as well as school reports and certificates. Please send us at least your last two school reports.

We would love to receive a photo of you. However, you are not obligated to include a photo. 

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We are happy to reimburse you for the costs of travelling from your home to come see us for your interview up to the amount of a second-class train ticket. To do so, please click the link below, complete the travel expenses form and send it to us together with your original receipts.

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Travel expenses

We are happy to reimburse you for the costs of travelling from your home to come see us for your interview up to the amount of a second-class train ticket. To do so, please click the link below, complete the travel expenses form and send it to us together with your original receipts.

Download travel expenses form for Austria (to be completed online & printed)

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