Corporate Finance Graduate

Join Novo Nordisk and get a life-changing career

The Corporate Finance graduate programme

Novo Nordisk’s graduate programme in Corporate Finance is a great opportunity for future finance leaders to join a successful and ambitious international company.

In Novo Nordisk we have three different finance graduate programmes:

In this section you will find details about applying for the Corporate Finance graduate programme. For details on the European Finance or International Operations Finance graduate programmes please click on the appropriate programme name in the left hand menu. The application process for the Corporate Finance and European Finance graduate programmes is combined. You therefore have the possibility to apply for both programmes in the same application. However, the application process for the International Operations Finance programme is conducted by the local affiliate. No matter which you choose you will obtain a wide range of international opportunities within the finance organisation in Novo Nordisk during your journey.

The graduate programme is a great springboard for launching a life-changing career, offering you a unique chance to use your recently-acquired master's degree to make a difference to patients and begin your career in a an ambitious global pharmaceutical company: Novo Nordisk, the world leader in diabetes care.

Structure of the programme
The Corporate Finance graduate programme is a 2-year journey consisting of four 6-month rotations. Three of the programme rotations will take place in our corporate headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, while one rotation will take place in one of our global affiliates. Each rotation focuses on finance and the related processes.

After successfully completing the programme you will embark on your career at Novo Nordisk with a permanent position - typically in a permanent position in Denmark. However, your broad network and international experience from the programme will enable global career opportunities.

 

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Questions?

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