Traineeships & Trainings

A traineeship within a company, also regularly called graduate programme, is an excellent way to kickstart your career. Often the programme takes 24 months, and you get the opportunity to work on very different projects. This is a great way for you as recent graduate to learn about which functions excite you, and which don’t fit with you at all. You also get to create a large network, really get to know the company and practice your soft skills.

If you are interested in a traineeship, make sure you compare the many different ones, because what they offer can be quite different. Also make sure you also check in which locations you are expected to work.

To offer you a head start, we have a few listed here below specifically for the BCF fields. Please note, some of them are only communicated in Dutch.

Are you offering a traineeship or internship? Contact us at info[at] and we’ll add it to the list.

AB InBev - Supply Management Trainee Programme

You should graduate (before September 2018) with a Bachelor, Masters (or equivalent) degree from any of the following disciplines: Engineering, science (Bio-chemistry, micro-biology or brewing/food science) or, other relevant degree (Supply Chain, Logistics, Business etc.)
> go to website

Bayer - International Future Leadership Program for Production - Engineers, Pharmacists, Natural Scientists

You have a master’s degree / PhD (m/f) in the natural sciences, pharmacy or engineering with excellent grades/You have gained initial work experience (e.g. through internships) in production, engineering, quality or related areas. You are willing to move.
> go to website

Brunel - talent program

Next to your education, your personality makes the difference, you are enthusiastic & proactive.
> go to website

Checkmark - Analyst Development Programme

Have you recently graduated from a higher-level laboratory training programme in analytical chemistry or the life sciences, or are you about to?
> go to website

Eurofins - management traineeship

For young professionals, with a university degree with relevant experience in student boards.
> go to website

Jacobs Douwe Egberts - Graduate Program

You have a master’s degree, 0-1 year of experience, fluent in English and Dutch.
> go to website

Kraft Heinz - Kraft Heinz European Trainee Program

Recent graduates from all disciplines: Operations, Business, Finance, Marketing, Engineering, Tech, IT, HR, R&D, Sales, Supply Chain, other.
> go to website

Merck – Goglobal

There are many different graduate programmes at Merck, for GOglobal, you can choose between our general Global Graduate Program or several Functional Graduate Programs.
> go to website

Nestlé - Young Talent Programme

You have a (almost) master’s degree, commercial interest and affinity for FMCF.
> go to website

Plukon Trainee Quality Employee

You have higher education in food technology, little to no job experience and you speak Dutch.
> go to website

Rijk Zwaan - Traineeship Project & Procesmanagement

For HBO or WO graduates in e.g. agribusiness, supply chain management, who are organisational talents.
> go to website

Syngenta - Information Services (IS) Program

For this program, we are looking for individuals with a strong academic record, relevant degree and interest in technology, business, agriculture or science. Whether you are about to graduate, have recently completed your degree, or have some limited work experience after university , you will need to be willing to step out of your comfort zone and take on new challenges, working with people from different cultures and across different geographies.
> go to website

TMC – young graduate programme

Master or PhD graduate of 2018, with a background in mechanical/industrial, chemical engineering, material sciences, electronics.
> go to website

TNO - TNO trainee

Master or PhD graduates who is interested in social and economic issues and with entrepreneurial spirit.
> go to website

Zwiers regulatory consultancy - Trainee position Regulatory Affairs

For PhD’s in Life sciences, a six months training to start a career in regulatory affairs.
> go to website

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