A new way of working
The Equinor summer internship is a 6-week virtual programme designed to give you the experience and skills you need to approach your career with confidence. Working remotely, you’ll split your time between working as part of a team within one of our business areas and delivering a group project with several of your fellow interns.
Our summer internship recruitment process
(30 November – 7 January)
Complete the online application form and fill in your personal details. Attach relevant documents, for instance your CV, diplomas and recent transcripts. If you are in the process of completing a degree, please upload an official temporary transcript or other document describing subjects and grades completed to this point.
Please remember to have temporary transcripts verified by relevant educational institution before attaching it to your application. If you prefer, you can use your LinkedIn-profile for registration.
(Continuously - after the online application is registered)
If you are moved to the next step, you will be asked to complete an online assessment which consist of numerical, logical, situational, and personality tests. The test should be completed no later than 48 hours after you receive the invitation. Estimated duration of tests: 70 minutes.
(Four days to complete after you receive the invitation)
If you are successful in your online assessment, you will be invited to a digital interview. It’s a self-recorded video interview that you can perform from your smartphone or computer from any location with a stable internet connection. You will be asked some questions, get some time to prepare your answer, and then given a time slot to record your response.
The recording can only be done once, so we advise you to use the preparation time well. The video interview can be completed at your convenience, but no later than four days after we have sent you the invitation. Estimated total duration of the interview: 25 minutes.
Meet our 2020 virtual interns
2020 was the first time we’d delivered our internship in an entirely virtual format. It was an exciting and new experience for everyone involved and our students were the embodiment of the pioneering heritage and courageous attitude that form a big part of our culture.
Hear from Synne on experiencing the Equinor culture whilst learning more about our industry -
Synne Sørbøe, People and Leadership Intern
Hear from Erling on adapting to a new situation and applying his academic knowledge to practical projects –
Erling Olweus, Software Engineering Intern
Hear from Larissa on building her network and her knowledge through our learning sessions - Larissa Nunes, Engineering Intern