When we evaluate your application, we look for a good match between the requirements of the programme and your profile. All nationalities are welcome to apply. The recruitment process for the Programme in Denmark is outlined below:
|February 22nd||Application window opens|
|March 10th||Application window closes|
|March 15th||Online case solving begins|
|March 18th||Online case solving closes|
|March 23rd||Invitations to online interviews are sent out|
|March 29th - April 1st||Online interviews|
|April 1st||Invitations to Assessment Center|
|April 7th||Assessment Center in Bjerringbro|
|April 8th||Final selection|
WHAT IS ONLINE CASE-SOLVING?
We believe that potential is best shown - not told. Therefore we are giving all candidates the opportunity to show your potential, before we open up your resume. Everyone who applies will be invited to take part in an online mission, where you get to work on a Grundfos relevant case. You work together with other candidates - anonymously - in an online forum. The best performing students will afterwards be screened and selected candidates will be invited for an interview.
It is up to you how much time, you want to spend on the case during the four days. But we recommend around 30 minutes per day.
When the application window for the Grundfos Graduate Programme opens, you can find it here.