At Shell, we’re developing all kinds of ideas to help meet the growing demand for energy and we’re looking for ambitious students and graduates to help us do more. Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies, employing approximately 87,000 people and operating in more than 70 countries and territories.
Our aim is to meet the energy needs of our society in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future. Our focus on innovation and technology has made us a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of refined petroleum products.
Shell Spring Week
Shell’s Spring Week is an opportunity for you to learn about and understand the Energy Industry, as well as explore the careers that you could undertake at Shell. You will develop your existing abilities and discover new skills through case studies, management games and networking opportunities.
You’ll gain a wealth of knowledge and understanding through business workshops and case studies. Improve your abilities through skill sessions (e.g. CV writing and Interview tips).
Discover and Propel
See an overview of the Shell group of companies. Learn about our Upstream & Downstream businesses; from the search and extraction of oil and gas to the creation of products.
Find out more about technical and commercial careers at Shell through business presentations and interactive panels. Learn about your potential career with the Shell group.
You will have the chance to speak to our Senior Leaders, recent Shell graduates and the recruitment team. Develop your professional networks.
What we look for in Shell?
We are looking for ambitious students due to graduate in 2019 with an interest in the energy industry and contributing to the energy challenges of the future
As part of our process to identify remarkable individuals, we use a competency-based assessment methodology which focuses on Capacity, Achievement and Relationships (CAR).
Capacity: We’re looking for people with the intellectual, analytical, and creative ability to learn quickly, identify issues, and propose innovative solutions.
Achievement: We want driven high-achievers full of curiosity, self-confidence and organizational skills.
Relationship: We’re searching for strong communicators who work well within a team, respect others and encourage and support colleagues.
How to apply
Candidates will be asked to first complete an application, within this, selecting the business area that they have in interest in. You’ll also have to submit your CV and your Cover Letter (no more than 550 words), which should answer one of the below questions:
- Give us an example of an achievement in either your academic career or extra curriculars?
- Give us an example of working in a team to reach a challenging goal?
You’ll then have to complete our online tests. Following this, your application will be reviewed and if successful, we’ll be in touch to send you joining instructions.
Let’s make the future.
Shell Spring Week 2017 is week-long programme for students graduating in 2019. The programme is open to both Technical and Commercial disciplines.
Travel costs within the UK will be reimbursed and accommodation will be provided on a case by case basis.
Spring Week 2017 does not guarantee an internship or graduate position at Shell.
Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.
The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.
Shell is an equal opportunities employer. If you require any adjustments to the application process and/or online tests due to disability or a long-term health condition, please contact us at Careers@shell.com.