Applications Open for the Mercedes-Benz SA Legal/Law Graduate Internships for 2022 / 2023

Applications Open for the Mercedes-Benz SA Legal/Law Graduate Internships for 2022 / 2023. Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA is offering a unique development opportunity for recently-qualified graduates, who desire to be an integral part of the MBSA talent pool.

What Does the MBSA Graduate Development Programme Offer?

  • relevant practical experience in your field of study
  • exposure to a world class company and well established brand
  • an opportunity to apply for positions within the organization
  • coaching and mentoring support
    How to apply?
  • ONLINE by logging onto the Daimler Careers website at
  • Search for Mercedes-Benz South Africa Graduate Development Programme (GDP)

In Your Application, Please Include:

  • A CV as an attachment (ensure that the file size is small enough to upload, e.g. PDF)
  • Certified copies of your Grade 12 and tertiary certificates accompanied by an academic record
  • A copy of your ID
  • Ensure a contact number and email address is provided.
  • Admitted Attorney (Mandatory)

“Mercedes-Benz South Africa is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered, however the following will apply:

  • foreign nationals must qualify for a work visa/permit as per the provisions of the Immigration Act 13, 2002;
  • division’s Employment Equity Plan in terms of the Employment Equity Act, No 58, 1998.
  • Code of good practice on the employment of people with disabilities”.

How to apply

Click here to apply online for Mercedes-Benz SA: Legal/Law Graduate Internships 2022 / 2023

Other Important information

  • Closing date for entries is 17 June 2022
  • Late and incomplete applications will not be considered
  • If you have not heard from us by the 01 July 2022 please take it that your application has been unsuccessful.

Closing Date: Friday 17th June 2022

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