Tomorrow’s business leaders

Interns, Graduates, Early Careers


Transformation is a part of what we do at Ericsson. Ground breaking change, conceived, created and delivered with authority, pace and precision. But we don’t simply transform technology. We don’t simply transform customer solutions. We transform people too.

We’re on the very front edge of making things happen and the role we play in The Networked Society demands people who can evolve and change with us. At Ericsson, you’ll move into roles tomorrow that probably do not even exist today. It calls for a rare kind of agility. It’s an exciting kind of career.

Our Programs for Interns, Graduates and Early Careers are designed to progress the very best talent at exactly the right times. During the key phases of your learning, we’ll ensure that you have the opportunities and support to:

  • Understand your skills, ambitions and potential through effective Internships
  • Build your capability, management and business skills through structured Graduate development
  • Establish yourself as a future business leader through our Early Careers investment

Of course, people who join our Graduate or Early Careers Programs do not always begin as Interns. Life is never that neat and tidy! But, at every step of the way, the people we recruit tend to have a clear and definite idea of what they want to achieve next. Our Programs are simply designed to help you get there.

Investing in Leadership Potential

At Ericsson, tomorrow’s business leaders are the interns, graduates and early career professionals of today. This is why we invest so much in your development. You are the future innovators. The future ideas incubators. The future technology leaders and global experts who will further shape The Networked Society. Our Infographic shows how our development programs offer opportunities to everyone from undergraduates to those with a few years’ commercial experience.

Every career is different at Ericsson. We’re such a diverse business that people move in different directions, explore different avenues, work in different locations and tackle different kinds of projects. Yet at the same time, we’re a business with a very clear vision of what we want to achieve and where we want to be. You can move forward with us.

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