Shell Graduate Programme
Discover the advantages of the Shell Graduate Programme. Learn more about applying and the opportunities that await you.
Explore a world of opportunity and see how the Shell Graduate Programme can enhance your career. Through structured learning, hands-on projects, continuous feedback and supportive colleagues, the Shell Graduate Programme will give you the chance to grow and have impact in your chosen area.
Apply to the Shell Graduate Programme
Whether you join the Technical or Commercial Functions area of the Shell Graduate Programme, you will receive unparalleled formal training that will enhance your career. We’ve designed the programme to give remarkable candidates like you the business knowledge and training you’ll need to become a future leader.
Right from the start, you’ll embark on a comprehensive Onboarding Programme that systematically exposes you to all areas of the organisation. Depending on your chosen path, you’ll participate in a two- to five-year development programme. This will include two or three rotations that combine on-the-job learning with formal training opportunities. You'll be given stimulating, hands-on roles, and have the opportunity to familiarise yourself with our company values.
On top of a competitive starting salary and other outstanding benefits, you will have the ability to deepen your knowledge through structured learning and contributing to groundbreaking projects. All the while, you’ll be supported by a direct supervisor to provide guidance and constructive feedback, as well as an excellent mentorship programme.
Find a Graduate Programme in your country location by using the search bar. Complete your application online – note you can save time by connecting your LinkedIn profile. Before applying, make sure you are eligible to work in the country where the programme is based. The application shouldn’t take more than 5-10 minutes.
You can also use our degree matcher tool to help you find the career path best suited for you, and see how many opportunities are available.
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Shell Graduate Programme: New Application Process
Title: Shell Graduate Programme: Application Process
Duration: 3:15 minutes
Short video explaining how to apply to the Shell Graduate Programme.
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MAKE THE FUTURE
A globe surrounded by various coloured icons spinning around it appears onscreen, shot changes to show Deanna, facing camera.
Hi, I’m Deanna. Welcome to Shell. Today, I’m going to take you through the steps for applying to the Shell Graduate Programme. Just some tips from me before we start.
Deanna appears onscreen. A blue coloured banner appears at her side with the words Welcome to Shell. Banner flies out. Various coloured icons appear around Deanna, a mobile phone with moving arrow leading to yellow text square with words Shell Graduate Programme, moving to three document icons numbered 1, 2, 3.
We’re so much more than an energy company, so do your research and update your CV accordingly.
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Here at Shell we are searching for ways to meet the energy needs of the future, taking on challenges to help the world progress is what we have done since the day we started. You’ll find loads of stuff on the Shell website to help you find a programme suited to you, including the degree matcher which pretty much does what it says. It guides you on a match between your degree discipline with our skill pool of disciplines.
A green globe surrounded by various coloured icons spinning around it appears onscreen. The icons flow out to the side of screen. Shot transitions to a screen showing many different coloured icons. Various shots of icons lighting up and changing to the same colour when a match is made. Shot changes to two large red icons which fill the screen.
When you’re ready the next step is the application form which takes about 10 minutes to complete. If you’re on LinkedIn save time by simply pulling across your profile.
Deanna facing camera. Icons appear onscreen representing an application form, an egg timer, a completed form. A large blue 1 appears at Dian’s side. Three forms numbered 1, 2, 3 appear which then appear to drop into an envelope. The envelope is sealed and appears to be emailed.
After you have submitted your online application, you’ll go through to Stage 1 where you are asked to complete four online assessments. You’ll get an email to guide you through this, but in a nutshell, these are games that measure various cognitive abilities and your working style preferences by presenting you with different challenges. You’ll need to accomplish these online assessments within 5 days of receiving them.
Four illustrations of mobile phones displaying four different game-based assessments appear onscreen. Deanna is then seen facing camera. A cell phone icon appears with a SENT message appearing onscreen. The cell phone icon flies offscreen. A mobile phone appears onscreen displaying a game where the candidate has to memorise sequences of numbers and letters. The mobile phone fades and an icon representing a calendar appears in the middle of the screen. Pages labelled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are pulled off.
Applicants who are successfully shortlisted will then receive an email inviting them to progress to the On-Demand Video Interview, a self-recorded video submission.
Various icons appear onscreen against a pink background, representing a monitor, keyboard and mouse, completed forms, a pen and pencil. The forms have computerised avatars at the top. A monitor on which the email icon and avatar icon appear to be emailed. An arrow points from the monitor to a text box withwords: ON-DEMAND VIDEO INTERVIEW. A monitor appears showing a recording being made with applicants answering questions. Flashing text 10 DAYS at the side. A text box reading VIDEO SUBMISSION at bottom of screen.
Our Graduate Recruitment Team will then review your application and let you know if you are through to the next and final step. This is our Live Virtual session. Essentially an online interview with 2 Shell employees and a case study to discuss.
Close-up of Deanna. At one side of screen an eye icon is shown representing review of application. At other side of screen arms are shown with thumbs pointing up. Sign appears at top of screen reading ON AIR. Two vari-coloured spinning circles appear on screen. In the centre of one the number 2 appears. In the other the word YOU appears. Three smaller spinning circles appear. In the centre of one there is a dialogue icon, in another a clipboard icon, in the third an icon representing two people.
This is where you have a chance to get to know us and for us to get to know you even better. So, expect this part to take around 2 hours. We’ll tell you more about this closer to the time, so you can prepare.
A circle appears with the word YOU centred. Various icons spinning around the word gradually fade out.
If you are successful, first of all, congratulations. We’ll invite you to your nearest Shell office so you can see where you’ll be working, your future manager and other successful graduates. It’s a great opportunity to really get a feel for the place. That’s it from us for now. You have now got the key information you need to get started with your application. Good luck and perhaps the next time we meet it will be as colleagues.
A yellow banner appears with CONGRATULATIONS in black. A globe appears with many locations pinpointed in red. Zooms in to show one pinpoint icon changing to yellow, a building appearing in close-up. A Welcome sign is on front of building. A shot showing people meeting and getting to know each other. Close-up of Deanna. Animated document appears at her side showing ticked steps on the application. Blue text box appears with words Good luck in white. Deanna fades out.
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