Your Learning Journey
Within your 3 year programme, you’ll be moulded to be a future leader through on-the-job challenges, coaching and mentoring and formal training.
The Shell Graduate Programme offers a world-class framework to help you make the most of your potential, personally and professionally.
The Shell Graduate Programme lasts 3 years on average, depending on your chosen area, and is the beginning of a career-long development programme that places high value on flexibility and a great work-life balance.
Shell is one of the world’s largest companies, with variety of roles and opportunities, globally. To help you find the best place for your skills, we’ve organised our Graduate Programme in 2 cities in 3 areas.
As a Contract and Procurement Analyst you will be responsible for:
Customer Operation’s purpose is to deliver the best customer experience and business value, at an affordable cost. In this role, you will be responsible for:
This sector supports companies whose primary business is to transport goods by road, primarily with heavy duty vehicles. Globally, the Commercial Road Transport sector holds the key to successfully decarbonizing our economies and rapidly reducing CO2 emissions, which are both critical to reaching the world's climate targets and allowing Shell to continue to generate value with our customers. The Market Analyst role is crucial to the delivery and execution of the Commercial Road Transport strategy to the local markets. A market analyst is responsible for:
We are looking for someone who is technically proficient in database administration and can effectively identify which data from this system will be useful in determining commercial actions. This role has a moderate travel requirement, with some virtual engagements and some face-to-face customer, market, and/or partner visits
Along with opportunities to learn and grow, we want your first years at Shell to be enjoyable, sociable, and to help you develop other skills that are vital for a promising career, from communication to building relationships. Day-to-day life at Shell gives you plenty of chances to meet people, network and really enjoy the social side of work. Whatever your interests, in many locations there’s likely to be Shell sports and social groups. At Shell, work-life balance is highly valued, as is community.
Shell Life is a unique onboarding programme that allows you to meet other grads and business leaders from across Shell in your first few weeks.
Teamwork is vital for us to achieve our common goal. At Shell, you’ll experience working with a diverse yet collaborative global network who will always be able to help you solve day-to-day challenges.
Apart from being part of the Global Graduate Community, you may also opt to join diversity groups in Shell, including the Women’s Network, the enABLE Network for employees with disabilities, and our LGBT Network.
At Shell, you’ll be encouraged voice your ideas and concerns. Your diverse thoughts and inputs are valuable, and you’ll find how leaders will enable you to speak up and share your insights to the table.
You’ll be recognised and rewarded with a compensation and benefits package considered to be among the best in the industry, as well as a competitive starter salary, with performance-related pay, shares and allowances.
Our graduates come from different backgrounds, countries and cultures, bringing a huge variety of skills and experiences to our team. But there are a few things we consistently look out for when it comes to applications - things like how you work with others, absorb information, your creative problem-solving abilities and your drive and self-confidence.
We welcome applicants who have either already graduated from a recognised university or are in the final year of their degree course. In most countries, we don’t ask for specific grades, but a strong academic record will help.
For all our Technical roles in certain countries, we do ask that you’ve already obtained or are studying towards a Master’s degree or equivalent qualification. In other countries, many of our technical roles are for a Bachelor's degree or equivalent.
For our Commercial and Corporate roles, we’re looking for a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
Use our Degree Matcher to see where your qualifications could take you within Shell. This will help you apply to the specific area of the business that particularly interests you and is relevant to your qualifications.
Be part of a graduate programme where you’ll be supported to make an impact right from the start.
Our Assessed Internships are suitable for graduates in their final two years of study. Succeed as an assessed intern and you can earn a formal graduate employment offer.