You'll work on real projects, learn about running a successful global business, and develop your leadership skills.
AB InBev is the world's leading brewer. We produce over 500 beers, including some of the world's best known brands like Budweiser®, Stella Artois® and Corona®, as well as international brands Becks and Hoegaarden.
Our Global Management Trainee Programme is the first step to a global career. From your induction in St Louis, USA with other GMTs from around the world, to your end-of-programme presentation, you'll work on real projects, learn about running one of the world's most successful global businesses, and you'll be treated as one of our future leaders.
As part of the Global Management Trainee Programme, you'll discover how to be a leader in a company that is intent on being and remaining a world-class organisation, you'll receive frequent feedback, and you'll be part of a team that isn't afraid to learn, own their projects, and develop new skills.
Throughout the 10-month programme, you'll follow a structured agenda where you'll learn about how our entire business works - from supply, logistics, sales, marketing and trade marketing, through to information and business services. You'll also learn about our other functions, such as people, legal, and corporate affairs, procurement and finance, so you have the in-depth overview you need to become a great leader.
We're looking for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit, a results-driven mindset, and some form of leadership experience either inside or outside of university.
If you deliver great results and meet our expectations we'll invite you to take your first managerial role within AB InBev.
Location/s: Ukraine & Europe.
Start date: August 2019
How to apply details
Who is the programme right for?
Our rotational training program is for the most visionary, curious, bold and driven recent university graduates who want to make their mark. Those who are ready to take on tough challenges and adapt to different work situations. Those who have an open and global mind set and connect with others both inside and outside our company. We're a company of owners, and our size doesn't stop our people from making an individual impact.
You should graduate (before September 2019 and no more than two years prior) with a Bachelor, Masters (or equivalent) degree. You should also have no more than 2 years of professional experience (internships/volunteers/student jobs not included).
You'll need to be fluent in English, as well as the native language of the country you're applying in. In addition, you may be expected to travel around your country and Europe.
Please note you will need a valid visa/work permit to be eligible for the program in the country you are applying for.
Please be advised that you will only be considered for the first application you submit, therefore please make sure you are completely happy with your choice as this decision is final.
There is no need to upload a cover letter - this will not affect your application.
East Sussex, England