To be eligible for any of our European Graduate Programmes you are required to have or be expected to receive a 2:1 or above degree classification in the relevant subject area for the programme you are applying to and this must have been attained in the last 5 years.

At times, we recruit for Mechanical/Instrumentation Engineers and so would recommend that you check our available vacancies for this programme.

You will also be required to have fluent English and ideally have at least one other European language (French, Spanish and Dutch are preferred)

You must be willing to move around mainland Europe and if required learn another foreign language.


Starting salary of the equivalent to £24,300 for the Graduate and Technical Development Programmes and £28,000 for the Engineering Development Programme.

•Annual pay reviews for the first three years of employment

•Option to join a local pension scheme

•Generous holiday allowance

•£3,000 relocation allowance

•Regular performance reviews

The Two Stage Application Process 

Stage One

We require all applications to be submitted online.

For students that do not have UCAS scores we still require a list of your subjects studied in college together with the grade received for each individual subject.

Stage Two

If your application is successfully shortlisted, you will receive an email inviting you to attend our two day assessment centre held in the UK. For further guidance on our European graduate assessment centres please click HERE?

Prior to attending the assessment you will also be required to complete online aptitude tests which will be verified at the assessment centre.

Following the assessment centre, you will hear back from us within 2-3 weeks as to whether or not you have been successful. We will also provide you with detailed feedback as to your performance should you request this.

Unfortunately, due to the high levels of applications that are received we are unable to provide feedback on applications that have not passed the initial screening stage.