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Ibec Global Graduates programme accepting applications

Posted: 16 January, 2017

The Ibec Global Graduates programme places graduates attracted by an international career on paid work placements around the world with leading Irish and international companies over 12-24 months.

Each of their three graduate programmes combine on-the-job experiential learning and academic study leading to a DIT accredited postgraduate qualification.

The following programmes are now live:

  • Multinational (12 month programme)
  • Food and Drink (18 month programme)
  • Tourism (24 month programme)

Six reasons to register

  1. Paid placement
  2. Postgraduate qualification
  3. Global companies
  4. International experience
  5. Direct mentorship
  6. Great retention rates post placement

Current opportunities

Ibec currently have opportunities available across industries such as Food&Drink, Tourism, Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, IT. 

Type of companies for placement include: Fitbit, Colgate Palmolive, Fujitsu, Bord Bia, Dawn Meat, Irish Country Meats, Tullamore Dew, Teeling Whiskey, Tourism Ireland, Failte Ireland, Waterways.

The type of locations include: Dublin, London, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Finland, New York, Washington DC, Seattle, Toronto.

Languages required: French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian.

Programme criteria

  1. Minimum 2.2 undergraduate qualification
  2. Valid work permit for the full duration of the programme
  3. Must be available to start the placement on the following dates:
  • Multinational programme: 14th of August 2017
  • Food&Drink programme: 26th June 2017
  • Tourism programme: 14th August 2017

Application process

Step 1: Create an online profile and become a member of the Ibec talent pool

Step 2: Sign up to a live programme

Step 3: Apply to a placement

Applications close on the 24th of February 2017 at midnight

For further information regarding Ibec programmes, visit their website

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