Our trainee and intern programs are a great springboard to a future career at ASSA ABLOY. The programs give you the chance to hone your skills, gain practical experience in a work environment and contribute to your thesis. Possibly you will also move on to a position within the Group.
You also gain access to top experts, decision makers and experienced colleagues – all valuable contacts wherever you decide to work.
As a diverse company with diverse business needs, traineeship and intern opportunities vary between divisions and countries.
For instance, under the Asia Pacific Division’s two-year intern program graduates complete a variety of projects, normally three months at a time, in various areas of the business to gain exposure and experience in a broad cross-section of roles.
In a further example, EMEA’s 18-month program gives graduates an opportunity to spend three months overseas at another EMEA location. Around 10 graduates per year from all over Europe are selected for the program that also includes presentations from senior EMEA management and skills development for your future career.
And in the Shared Technology business area graduates spend 12 months working with experts from ASSA ABLOY and consultancy company HiQ on a joint in-depth theoretical and practical software development program creating leading edge products.
You can learn more about openings and programs on our divisions’ pages.
Emilie Hansson, EMEA Marketing Coordinator for Digital Access Solutions, started her career at ASSA ABLOY by completing an internship which eventually led to the Graduate Program.
Florian Malapelle, Product Marketing Manager for digital locks, started his career at ASSA ABLOY France though EMEA's Graduate Trainee Program.
The combination of ASSA ABLOY’s global perspective and group company TESA’s local market outlook was what first appealed to Itziar Idarraga Espel when she applied for the graduate program in the EMEA division.
Marco Notarnicola was attracted to ASSA ABLOY by its international environment. Four years on, he supports the sales team and has regular customer contact as a product and business development manager.
After he had completed his industrial engineering studies, Carlos Topete saw many of his former classmates enter into the electronics industry. But that never appealed to him. Instead it was when he discovered ASSA ABLOY OCCIDENTE’S trainee program that helped him decide how to make the best use of his talents.
Joakim Lathinen was one of four software developer trainees headhunted to join Shared Technologies in 2012. All four chose to stay at the company when their one-year placement was over.