Duration: 12 months
Annual Salary: £18,000
L'Oreal is the number 1 FMCG Cosmetics company in the world. With brands that reach over 1 billion people in more than 130 countries every year, L'Oreal's internship scheme is perfectly suited to undergraduates pursuing exciting, international business placements.
Internships are often the first step towards a career with L'Oréal - many of our current managers first worked for L'Oréal as interns. Our goal is simple: to offer you valuable professional experience and help you get a better idea of who we are. It's also a great opportunity to build your work experience before you leave university thereby making you a much more rounded candidate for employment in the future.
You've got energy, imagination and a passion for business. These same qualities define L'Oréal, the world's largest beauty company. When you join us, you can find this out for yourself. We have a structured internship programme offering summer, 6-month and year-long business placements to entrepreneurial and creative students. If you want a placement with real responsibility from day one and are interested in international opportunities, you needn't limit your ambitions.
Internships available in the following areas:
- Supply Chain
- Market Research
- Category Management
- PR & Communications
We offer a very competitive starting salary of £18,000, coupled with fantastic benefits such as 25 days' annual holiday, life assurance, discounted dental scheme and substantial discounts on our products.
We also offer a wide range of lifestyle benefits such as discounted gym membership, a free bar once a month, a charity day off and early finish Fridays during the summer months. There are many sports teams to get involved with and as we have approximately 40 interns in the business at any one time, there is a big sociable network that you'll quickly become part of.
Minimum Requirements to Apply:
You must have 320 UCAS points from 3 subjects (or the international equivalent)
You must be available to start between June-September 2012
You must be eligible to work in the UK
- You must be a student on a year out during the internship, returning to university afterwards.