Porsche Engineering Romania SRL, with two locations in Cluj and Timişoara, is primarily involved in software and function development, but is closely linked to overall vehicle development, including simulation and design.
Customer satisfaction is important to us, which is why we support our clients during and beyond series production by developing components to address current and future needs.
Our young acquisition team is responsible for ordering and tracking the components needed to build test vehicles. We are also active in the quality after-sales field and fulfill all quality standards required by our customers.
Since Porsche Engineering opened in Cluj, we have established a close collaboration with the Technical University Cluj-Napoca. The first step of the company’s development was partnering with the university’s automotive engineering faculty. In autumn of 2017 we started the Porsche engineering master’s program, in which the university’s top 20 engineering students are currently enrolled. We offered 11 master’s thesis topics based on allocation interviews. Furthermore, five scholarships at bachelor level and 10 Porsche Engineering scholarships for the master’s program are offered to students with outstanding technical and soft skills.
Porsche Engineering Romania periodically organizes a contest for students with technical backgrounds. Professional mentors from Porsche Engineering guide students during the event. This is an opportunity to develop an idea that will change the future of the automotive industry. The 2019 Porsche Engineering student contest addressed the themes of vehicle-to-grid development, used electric car batteries, analysis and statistics, dynamic driving assistant, battery power sharing, and reverse engineering. It represents a chance for students and their teams to bring an idea to life in tandem with Porsche Engineering—a truly unique opportunity to collaborate with us.
Entry opportunities for students
In addition to the student contest, Porsche Engineering Romania offers annual summer internships in different company departments. Students can assist employees in various tasks and gain a first impression of what their own future career might be like.