A Novo Nordisk graduate programme is a 2-year learning journey that will take you through a minimum of three job rotations, with at least one based in our corporate headquarters in Denmark and another in one of our global affiliates.
During the programme, you will gain a deep understanding of our company, our business, and our company values. You will be included in and drive global and national projects, as well as build a strong international network of professional and dedicated colleagues.
After successfully completing the programme, you will have the necessary professional and personal skills to embark on your global career with a position at Novo Nordisk – perhaps as a project manager, brand or product manager, internal consultant or executive assistant.
Our graduate programmes provide a flexible career path with the opportunity to develop your own individual career. Opportunities for professional and personal development include:
Introduction: Learn about Novo Nordisk, our business segments,
product portfolio, management framework and governance
Training: Take part in intensive training for both professional and personal development.
Rotations: Complete a minimum of three job rotations, with at least one based in our corporate headquarters in Denmark and another in one of our global affiliates.
Mentoring: Get support from your programme manager who takes care of your overall development throughout your journey and a daily manager who is responsible for your development during each rotation.
Management exposure: Interact with international management throughout your rotations.
Networking: Gain knowledge and advice from professional and dedicated colleagues throughout the global organisation, including past graduates.
The application deadline for positions as a Graduate starting in September 2019 has passed. Stay tuned for updates on the recruitment process for the next round of graduate positions in 2020, where we will be looking for candidates with a Master's degree from 2019 or 2020. We expect to open for applications in the late Fall of 2019.