R&D - Global Development Graduate Programme

This specific programme is a stimulating opportunity for future Global Development specialists to join a successful and ambitious international company. It's 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 kick-off your career with the world leader in diabetes care. If this sounds appealing, you are at the right place. Read on and, meet current graduates at the blog.

The Global Development Programme is planning to hire again in 2016 (starting work from 1 September 2016). Updates will be available from November 2015 until February 2016.

Please note that for some candidates applying for the Product Supply Programme or one of the many other programmes like the R&D Regulatory Affairs Programme could be relevant. The Graduate Programme is one way to join Novo Nordisk - but please note that we hire up to 5,000 people around the world. Sign up for the job agent, follow us on LinkedIn and check out the current vacant jobs.

From September 2016 we expect to hire graduates within Biostatistics, Health Economics and Trial Management. To join the Global Development graduate programme you must hold a master's degree in a relevant subject within natural science, such as pharmacy, biology, biotechnology, statistics, health economy, public health or similar.

Meet R&D Director Tina Christensen

About the programme

The Novo Nordisk Global Development graduate programme unlocks a world of opportunities.

What you will be doing

The Global Development graduate programme is a 2-year journey consisting of three 8-month rotations through different parts of the Global Development organisation whilst anchored in a specific skill area as described above.

The 3 job types

In 2016 we expect to offer a number of graduate positions in three key areas – Biostatistics, Health Economics and Trial Management:

Meet former graduate Katrine Eduardsen

Working within Global Development

Novo Nordisk is the world leader in diabetes care. We believe the best way to achieve our goals is to invest in our employees and provide them with the best possible opportunities for personal and professional development. The aim of the Graduate Programmes is to develop people through extensive exposure to varied tasks within their specific skill area along with a strong focus on communication, collaboration and analytical skills.

Have you got what it takes?

To join the Global Development Graduate Programme you must hold a master's degree in a relevant subject within natural science, such as pharmacy, biology, biotechnology, statistics, health economy, public health or similar.

Questions?

Check the blog or feel free to ask a question about the Regulatory Affairs programme

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