To be eligible for an Internship, you should be an actively enrolled student who will complete at least one more semester of education following your internship. To be eligible for full-time opportunities, you should be in your final year of study or have less than three years relevant work experience.
You must have a minimum Cumulative GPA (CGPA) of 3.20.
Candidates for regular U.S. positions must be a U.S. citizen or national, an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee, asylee, temporary resident, or an individual who possesses valid work authorization. Individuals with temporary visas (H-1, H-2, J-1, F-1, etc.) or who require sponsorship for work authorization now or in the future are not eligible for hire.
In some instances, we are able to sponsor Ph.D. candidates in certain disciplines.
Your learning journey
A challenging and exciting career
Every step of the way, we’ll support you through a combination of structured training, informal on-the-job learning, regular check-ins, and inspiring mentors.
Whether you’re experiencing different areas of our business or different major projects, you’ll always have opportunities to develop and grow. Above all, we’ll help you nurture rock solid foundations for a challenging and exciting career.
Coaching and mentoring
At the outset, you will be assigned a senior supervisor to help guide your progression. They will agree a planned course of action with you and provide all the means necessary to achieve your career goals.
New roles and project assignments
You will have the opportunity to sample two or three roles, each offering a broad range of challenging responsibilities.
To enhance your practical training, you will be enrolled onto formal learning courses specific to your area of expertise. They may include offsite or onsite learning, with accreditations at societies or qualifications, depending on your chosen discipline.
You will receive regular formal progress checks to ensure we are doing everything we can to support your learning journey.
You will be given the chance to demonstrate your new skills and commercial knowledge during assessments at the end of each year, as well as a final assignment before completing the program.
Why join Shell?
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What we look for
- Degree - explore our Degree Matcher to discover which career paths you can follow in the Shell Graduate Program with your qualifications. When you apply, you can use the results from the Degree Matcher to indicate the career area within Shell you are most interested in.
- Year of study – for the Shell Graduate Program, you must be in your final year of study or have graduated from a recognized university and have 3+ years work experience.
- Academic records - there are no specific academic requirements for grades, however we do expect candidates to have a strong academic record.
Throughout the application and assessment process, you’ll be assessed using the following three criteria, which we call the CAR criteria:
To see how well you absorb information, analyse problems, make fact-based decisions, and propose innovative solutions.
To assess how you get things done, for example your drive, resilience, self-confidence, and organizational skills.
To look at how well you work in teams, communicate and respect others.