BMW sets up Munich training campus to create ready pool of workers for Neue Klasse

MUNICH: BMW is gearing up to build a state-of-the-art Talent Campus here.

Set to open its doors in the summer of 2025, the futuristic campus would be built on the site of an old car park, creating an open and vibrant hub for learning and development.

Designed to cater to 40,000 Munich-based employees, including 900 trainees, the Talent Campus will complement existing structures, forming an expansive open campus dedicated to training and education.

The facility will house state-of-the-art training spaces, workshops, a staff restaurant, and a public café.


The Talent Campus is expected to provide a pool of qualified workers for the production of the Neue Klasse at the BMW plant here.

The Talent Campus will be constructed mainly from wood, offering a warm and natural aesthetic inside and outside the building.

BMW said the design prioritises sustainability, with generous windows for ample daylight, open and flexible spaces that can adapt to changing needs, and barrier-free accessibility throughout the entire structure.

The combination of cutting-edge technology, natural materials, and adaptable spaces aims to create an optimal learning environment for BMW Group trainees and employees, fostering the skills required for the future of the automotive industry.

BMW also has a newly set up training centre near its new plant in Debrecen, Hungary, to ramp up the pool of workers for its electric vehicles.
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