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Thank you for your interest in INEOS.

Please note applications for our European Commercial Graduate Programme are now open. We will invite applications for our UK Engineering Graduate Programme November 13th.

 

Please see here for a full list of current graduate opportunities.

The Application Process

To Apply

Applications for the European Commercial Graduate Programme are now open for our September 2021 intake. 

Applications for our UK Engineering Graduate Programme will open November 13th.

Application Process

Please note that due to COVID restrictions, our normal application process may change. We will update this page accordingly.

Stage one – Online Application

Submit your application form online via the INEOS opportunities website.

For the European Commercial Graduate Programme - click here to apply.

Stage two - Telephone Interview

During the interview we will ask you about your career aspirations, experience to date and your motivation to join INEOS.

Stage three – Assessment Centre

Successful applicants from the telephone interview will be invited to a half-day assessment day. There you will complete interviews, a group exercise, and give a presentation.

Stage four – Final Interviews

Successful applicants will be invited for a final selection event at one of our sites or at our corporate HQ.

Whatever the result, you will have the opportunity to receive feedback on your performance.

Tips

When preparing your application, we recommend you use our online resources to familiarise yourself with INEOS and our history.

As well as visiting our website, you can follow INEOS’ updates on YoutubeTwitterFacebook and Linkedin. You can also take a look at our internal INCH Magazine!

Career Fairs:

 

This year, we will be participating in some virtual Career Fairs, see below for more details. 

 

We are participating in the following virtual Career Fairs during 2020.

Birmingham University – 14th October

London Business School – 14th October evening

Bath University – 15th October

Manchester University – 20th October