Centre for Science and Technology Transfer (ZWT)
SER Group promotes IT specialists
You can talk about the shortage of skilled workers in Germany - or you can do something about it right away. The SER Group is committed to the targeted support of particularly talented students as part of the Deutschlandstipendium scholarship program.
For the SER Group, supporting the Deutschlandstipendium is both a fulfillment of social responsibilities and a consistent step towards countering the shortage of skilled workers in the IT sector. SER supports computer science students, for example, at the RhineMain University of Applied Sciences, the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau (FH) and many other university institutions.
As part of its nationwide commitment to the Deutschlandstipendium, the SER Group is sponsoring ten particularly talented students at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences in the fields of computer science and technical journalism with a scholarship in the winter semester 2020/2021.
As the largest European software manufacturer and provider of integrated Enterprise Content Management (iECM) in the German-speaking region, SER enjoys the trust of medium-sized and large companies in all industries. Social commitment (Corporate Social Responsibility) and the perception of social responsibility have a high priority at SER. The promotion of young talent is a particular focus of our social commitment.
In addition to financial support, scholarship holders have the opportunity to complete internships at SER or to write their bachelor's or master's thesis. There are opportunities to start a career at SER, especially in the professional fields of software development and technical consulting in the Professional Services area.