The summer school gives the chance to top international students to explore the Group’s diverse operations during an entire week in our Head office in Paris. Would you like to take part in this adventure?
The experience of a lifetime
Be one of the top 30 students selected for the summer school and gain invaluable insights into the day to day business and challenges of Air Liquide.
Usually taking place in the first week of July, the program consists of company presentations, site visits, group discussions, case studies, team building exercises and much more! Even better, the summer school may just be the first step to begin a career at Air Liquide.
Note that participants are our guests for the week. Expenses linked to the activities included in the agenda are supported by Air Liquide, including:
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Ready to apply?
To participate in the summer school, you have to meet the following criteria:
Over 21 years old and in possession of a valid passport
In your penultimate or last year of Master’s degree studies of Business or Engineering
Excellent academic record
Fluent in English (a second language is an added value)
Strong interest for industrial environment and our activities
Adaptable, curious, open-minded and looking for challenges
You feel you could be a good fit? Then send us an email. In a second step, your resume, a cover letter and a proof of student registration for the current year will be asked. If you are selected, you’ll have to show how great you are during an interview with your country HR Team. Note that the summer school recruitment process ends in March of each year.