Get hands-on experience in producing world-famous beers, and gain an in-depth, unique perspective into the world's leading brewer.
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 Supply Graduate Programme covers the brewing, packaging and delivery of our goods - it's where we combine growth, service and cost to give us a competitive advantage.
As part of the programme, you'll cover everything to do with the supply chain - from the production and packaging of beer, to the logistics of getting it to customers. You'll be based in a brewery where you'll have hands-on experience in producing the beers we're famous for, and you'll learn the technical and practical challenges that affect different departments, including Logistics, Controlling, Brewery Operations, and People - so we can make positive changes to the way we brew and produce beer, source the ingredients, and deliver effectively and efficiently.
The 6 month programme is designed to build your leadership, project and general management skills, and you'll have opportunities to help improve on the way we work. And as the programme is focused on the supply chain process, you'll be based in our breweries in your country, with the possibility of some travel.
To be eligible, you'll need to have a Bachelor or Masters (or equivalent) degree from either Engineering (ideally Chemical, Mechanical, Production or Electrical), Science (Bio-chemistry, micro-biology or brewing/food science), Supply Chain or Business.
If you really impress us throughout the programme, you'll be able to apply for your first managerial role within AB InBev.
Location/s: Germany & Europe.
Start date: August 2019
How to apply details
Who is the programme right for?
You'll fit in best if you have an entrepreneurial spirit, be results-driven and have undertaken some form of leadership position either inside or outside of university. You also need to be fluent in the native language of the country you wish to work in, and English, to be eligible for this program.
You should graduate (before September 2019 and no more than two years prior) with a Bachelor, Masters (or equivalent) degree from any of the following disciplines: Engineering (ideally Chemical, Mechanical, Production or Electrical), Science (Bio-chemistry, micro-biology, brewing/food science or pharmacy). You should also have no more than 2 years of professional experience (internships/volunteers/student jobs not included).
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.