Are you a student in your final year, or a recent Master or Ph.d. graduate? Join our Corporate Graduate Programme and contribute to shaping the future of energy. (Please note that we are currently not advertising any graduate positions).
Please note: The corporate graduate programme will be open for applications on the 30th August – stay tuned!
We offer an introduction to Equinor and the energy industry. You will be given physical and virtual learning sessions focusing on network building, individual development and an understanding of the business we work in. We offer challenging and meaningful tasks and an opportunity to work with your own goals and interests that correspond with Equinor’s business needs. We are a values-based company where empowered people collaborate to shape the future of energy.
Our programme lasts two years and you can choose from several disciplines and locations amongst the positions advertised. You can expect to rotate to another area and/or work location within the company during this time.
A mentor will be assigned to you and will follow you throughout the programme, and a buddy will support you at each work location.
Did you know...?
May 2018: Equinor has been ranked as the most attractive employer by technology students for the 22nd year in a row—also achieving high rankings with economics and IT students.
In the Universum awards for 2018, Statoil, now Equinor, was ranked the most attractive employer among Norwegian technology students for the 22nd year running. Universum Awards surveyed over 12,000 students at 25 Norwegian universities and colleges before making this year’s awards. Equinor achieved high rankings in several important categories.
“Economics students ranked Equinor fifth this year. This is a great improvement from last year’s 12th place in the survey. IT students ranked us 15th last year, but this year we have climbed to a decent 8th place among these students,” says head of learning and development, Andreas Holst.
Torbjørn S. Folgerø, chief digital officer i Equinor, received a special climbers award for this progress among IT students.