If you have lost your password, you can click on "forgotten password" and you will receive a temporary password that will allow you to log back into your Candidate Account and follow the progress of your application.
The business language at Airbus is English. Each job listing in the Job Market includes the specific language requirements for the position. Being able to speak French, Spanish or German is also an asset.
In the Job Market you can filter job opportunities by location. You can also submit your location preferences with your application.
Airbus offers apprenticeships opportunities in the UK, in France and Germany.
Please visit this section to find out more about the different possibilities.
The Candidate Account is where you go to manage your Candidate Profile and your job applications. You can also search for jobs, change your user name and password or delete your Candidate Profile if you no longer want to be registered in our database.
The Candidate Profile is where you upload files like your CV and cover letter and enter personal information, qualifications, work experience and preferences.
You can update, release and lock your Candidate Profile at any time from the Candidate Account. A 'released' Candidate Profile appears in the candidate pool and can be viewed by Airbus recruiters; a 'locked' Candidate Profile is not visible to Airbus recruiters (for example, when you’re updating it).
When you register in your Candidate Account, you will receive a user name and password.
Once you’re logged in, you can create and work on an application, save it for later, and submit it when it’s completed. You can also modify and change your Candidate Account details.
IMPORTANT: If you don’t receive your user name and password right after registering, check your email account's Spam or Junk folder to ensure the message was not filtered.
Yes, but it doesn’t necessarily increase your chances of being selected. We strongly advise that you only apply for positions that truly fit your skills and experience, and that you provide as much information about yourself as possible in your online application.
We are proud of our workforce consisting of more than 130 nationalities. We believe that diversity is one of the keys to our success. Learn more about Diversity and Equality here.
If there is not a specific position of interest to you in our current job market but you would like to be considered for future opportunities, you can create filtered alerts on your Candidate Account profile, so that you can be notified when a position matching your criteria arises.
Airbus offers learning opportunities in different countries and age requirement may vary according to the specific location.
In the United Kingdom students applying to an internship are aged 14 to 19 and can apply at the Broughton site in North Wales or at the Filton site in Bristol.
In France, instead, the age limit for apprenticeships is 31 years old.
Apprenticeships at Airbus are open to students of all nationalities but you must be a student in a French school to be eligible for the apprenticeship contract.
Yes, visit our dedicated Defence Projects page and find about all related opportunities. Create your account profile on the job platform and activate filtered emails notifications in order to be the first one to apply when a new opportunity will arise.
You can also visit our hiring events page and get the chance to meet our recruitment team.
First of all, you will receive organizational information from us before you start your apprenticeship or internship.
On the first day we will train you on health and safety rules, you will receive an entry card and we will provide you with a basic package of information about the company.
If you are undergoing a paid internship, you will also sign a fixed-term contract with us.
Your tutor will show you your workplace, talk about tasks and introduce you to the people with whom you will work on a daily basis. If you need support or have any question that your Tutor does not know the answers to, you can also contact the Early Careers Program Coordinator in the HR department.
At the end of the apprenticeship or internship, you may receive a request from us to evaluate them in the form of an electronic questionnaire.
Usually, the decisions of accepting a student for an apprenticeship or internships for the holiday period are made at the turn of May and June. In the case of a paid internship related to a specific company need, we will let you know as soon as we decide who is the best fit for the role.
We might require specific educational pathway for certain type of roles. For example, the technical departments such as Engineering, Quality or Manufacturing Performance & Improvement prefer engineers that have studied in the field of Mechanics, Energy and Aviation, Production Engineering, Mechatronics, Machine Design or Material Engineering.
We always recommend to send your complete resume mentioning your educational path as well as a motivational letter stating who you are, what are your interest and what drives your passion to apply for an aerospace career. We are also interested in knowing your interests outside of your working field, such as volunteering, student projects, or former work experience (if you have had any).
If you are selected, you will receive a phone call from our HR department and we will organise a meeting (on-line or face-to-face).
There are no limits with regard to the nationality or the age of the candidates - the International Graduate Programme is open for all international (EU and non) candidates within any age range. The only limitation is posed on the study and/or work experience of minimum 5 years outside Europe. Please do take these limits into consideration when applying.
You can address your cover letter simply with "Dear Sir or Madam". The cover letter is mandatory to be attached to your online application.
Unfortunately, we are afraid that we can’t take your application into account. The 5 years experience limit is a hard limit.
However, we are still looking for people who want to join us. Thus, do not hesitate to apply for a direct entry at Airbus.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to apply via e-mail. Please use our online application tool in order to apply - otherwise your application might not be considered. If the problem remains, please contact our support team through your Candidate Account section.
Of course we will help you to get your visa and work permit once you are selected for a position.
For your first job assignment you will be located at one of the main European sites of Airbus and its divisions which are:
- Sites in Germany: Hamburg, Munich, Donauwörth, Bremen
- Sites in France: Toulouse, Marignane, Suresnes
- Sites in UK: Stevenage, Portsmouth, Broughton, Filton
- Sites in Spain: Getafe, Seville
The second and third job assignment will be in another business area.
At the end of the two years, you will no longer be a graduate. You will return to your “home” country and “home” function, where you will have spent your first year and to which you will have remained assigned throughout the programme. It won’t necessarily be in the exact same team but it will be in the same area of the business and this will be your first position at Airbus.
We are looking at onboarding the third round of IGP graduates in January 2021 with the programme lasting until April 2023. If your application is successful you will be required to come to Toulouse for an Assessment Event, which will take place during 2020. You will therefore need to have your visa ready for this visit if you hold a non-European passport.
Amongst other documents we will need a copy of your ID, passport and birth certificate. We will also need a copy of your diplomas.
Will need to be returned to us in the time frame indicated in the acceptance notification to complete all the necessary visa and immigration procedures in time.
There is a specific mobility package for the IGP programme, which will be applied to you individually for the 8 months of your rotation.
Interns / Placement
Please upload your CV, a cover letter (please type it into the free text field rather than attach the document), relevant certificates and your university grades.
For Germany only: please also upload a current certificate of enrollment, except from your study regulations/guidelines if it is a compulsory internship.
Internships at Airbus usually last three months or more.
For Germany only: after completing a compulsory internship, it is possible for students to undertake a voluntary internship of up to three months.
Yes, it is possible. However please note that if you are undertaking the internship on a voluntary basis during your studies, i.e. not as a compulsory requirement of a study programme, the maximum duration is 3 months.
Please consider that for our published internship positions in France, Germany and the UK, candidates need to be enrolled in a university for the whole time of the working contract in order to be considered for the internship position.
You can certainly apply for more than one position at the same time, but it doesn’t necessarily increase your chances of being selected. We strongly advise that you only apply for positions that truly fit your skills and experience, and that you provide as much information about yourself as possible in your online application. Therefore, you need to create your own profile in your Candidate Account, which you can use for all your applications within our company.
In principle, this is possible and often topics arise during internships. However, we cannot give any information about whether it is possible in a specific case, as this must be clarified with the department in question at the appropriate time.
The start date can be adjusted slightly after a consultation with the department. You will get more detailed information from the department if you get invited to an interview. Please let us know your availability in your cover letter.
You can create your Candidate Account and set up a job alert in order to find out about new offers matching your search criteria.
Following your experience within the group you can apply for a full-time job by visiting our Job Market.
If you are interested in one of our internships abroad, do not hesitate to visit our dedicated Internship page for all the necessary information. Please note, we only accept applications via our job portal.
We are looking for highly motivated graduates who are EU citizens (including Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and who have fulfilled their country's military service obligations, if required.
Ideally, candidates should have an engineering or business school background and possess an innovative spirit and a strong desire to learn. Some work experience abroad is helpful, fluency in English is essential and knowledge of other relevant languages is an advantage.
Airbus Cyber Certificate
La formation est accessible aux étudiants en bac+2 issus de filières informatiques ou avec une bonne compréhension de ce domaine.
Lors de cette formation, vous alternerez semaines d’apprentissage dans nos équipes opérationnelles et semaines de cours.
Lors de votre formation, vous étudierez la cybersécurité de manière très complète, via les enseignements suivants:
- Connaître les briques de la sécurité dans le monde industriel aéronautique
- Programmation de tâches simples supportant l’activité sécurité
- Exploiter la sécurité d’un système d'information
- Réalisation d'un diagnostic et/ou d'un audit sécurité
- Analyse de données
- Savoir opérer les principaux domaines constituant un système d’information
- Compréhension du monde de l’entreprise
- Expression et communication écrites et orales
Les cours seront majoritairement dispensés par des binômes d’employés Airbus, experts dans les domaines techniques dotés de compétences pédagogiques et ayant de préférence de l’expérience dans l’enseignement supérieur. Certains cours seront assurés par des enseignants externes.
Les cours débuteront à Toulouse, au sein de l’un des sites Airbus, dès la rentrée de septembre 2022.
Cette formation en apprentissage est ouverte à une vingtaine d’étudiants.
Suite à cette première année de formation, vous obtiendrez le titre professionnel, d’ “Airbus Technicien(ne) Spécialiste en Cybersécurité”, de niveau équivalent Licence.
Airbus a déposé un dossier auprès du Répertoire national des certifications professionnelles (RNCP) pour la création de cette formation. L’étude du dossier par l’organisme est en cours. En attendant la validation du dossier par le RNCP, Airbus crée une certification interne.
A la suite de l’obtention de la certification, et si vos entretiens avec les Ressources Humaines et votre Manager sont un succès, vous aurez le choix entre :
Intégrer en tant qu’employé(e) Airbus l’équipe dans laquelle vous aurez effectué votre apprentissage
Continuer votre formation en apprentissage pendant deux années supplémentaires chez Airbus dans l’objectif d’obtenir une certification de niveau Master 2
Dans les deux cas, vous serez embauché(e) en priorité au sein de l’équipe dans laquelle vous aurez effectué votre apprentissage.
Si cette formation vous intéresse, vous pouvez postuler en ligne du 7 mars au 30 Avril 2022, via l’offre d’emploi disponible sur le site carrière d’Airbus.
Si votre profil retient notre attention, vous serez invité à réaliser un entretien auprès de notre équipe au cours duquel vous pourrez vous présenter et nous exposer plus amplement vos expériences et votre motivation à intégrer ce parcours d’apprentissage.
Les enseignements étant dispensés en langue française, les candidats doivent avoir un niveau de français courant et professionnel et un niveau d’anglais professionnel. La nationalité française n’est pas un pré-requis.