Trainee Programs in Pharma
For those members of the target groups, who are looking for a career transition from academia to pharma, we have compiled a list of trainee programs offered by variety of known pharma companies.
|Company||Duration of Training Program||Further Remarks|
|AbbVie||24 months, starting Oct. 1st|
|Bayer||24 months||International future leadership program for engineers, pharmacists and natural scientists. |
Information on application deadlines can be found on the website.
|Boehringer Ingelheim||24 - 36 months|| |
Biopharmaceuticals Management Trainee Program (Biberach & Vienna)
|Bristol-Myers Squibb||18 - 24 mon||Training program for both medical or marketing & sales trainees|
|GSK||24 - 36 months|| |
Applications start in March every year, with diverse Future Leaders Programs:
|Johnson & Johnson||24 months|| |
|Lilly Pharma||24 months||Diverse Traineeprogramms: |
|Merck||24 months|| |
Join the GoGlobal or Functional Graduate Program
|Novartis||18 - 36 months, depending on training program|| |
Available Early Talent training programs:
|Octapharma Biopharmaceuticals GmbH||12 - 18 months, starting in Sept./Oct. each year|
|Roche||approx. 24 months|| |
Diverse training programs:
|Sandoz||19 months|| |
The Sandoz Talent Excellence Program is an accelerated, 19 month leadership development program where trainees work through three six-month rotations in Quality Assurance, Production, Development, Engineering and Operational Excellence, at different Sandoz sites globally.
Two tracks available: Natural Science & Engineering
|Sanofi-Aventis||24 months|| |
Diverse trainee programs with different starting dates:
|Wacker||18 months|| |
The 18-month trainee program is designed to identify and develop talent. It takes into account your qualifications and strengths as well as the skills required for future tasks.
The trainee program is oriented toward graduates with excellent grades in engineering or natural sciences, ideally complemented with an MBA or doctorate. We are looking for candidates in the following (or related) fields: