At Shell, we believe everyone has a part to play in the global transition to cleaner energy. We’re looking for students and graduates, whose energy and passion for change can help us achieve our goals of providing more and cleaner energy solutions. 

We have a range of opportunities, assessed internships and graduate programmes for you to explore. No matter your discipline, you’ll have the chance to work on meaningful projects that directly impact our business, and the wider world. Discover your potential and join us on our journey to develop tomorrow’s energy solutions today. 

What does Shell offer?

  • A chance to make an impact. You’ll train in a hands-on role and work in a diverse, global environment where you are encouraged to come up with ideas that could change the world. 
  • A world of opportunity. We will help you grow and develop your skills to meet your career aspirations.
  • A collaborative culture. Dedicated mentors will help guide your progression in a company built around inclusivity and collaboration. 

Where do you fit at Shell?

Whether you’re a student or recent graduate interested in technical or commercial industries, we have a position that suits your passion and career aspirations. We believe diversity makes us stronger, so whatever your degree or professional background is, you can find your future at Shell. 

Learn more about Shell careers on our website:

The future. Yours to make.


Sectors: Operations Research, Energy, Data Science & Marketing
Locations in NL: 6
Locations outside NL: 70
Male-female ratio: 67-33 %
Number of employees (in Holland): 9,500
Number of employees (outside Holland): 72,500
Number of starting positions per year: 155
Number of internship positions per year: 25
Average age: 37


During the session with Shell, we will focus on different parts of Shell where econometricians work to give you a good feel of the range of opportunities Shell offers you. One of these parts is Shell Scenarios, about which a lecture will be given. Shell Scenarios develops possible pathways into the future, helping Shell leaders, governments, academia, and business explore ways forward and make better decisions. Underlying these visions are large and detailed (econometric) models of the energy system. The Scenarios team presents its latest thinking around critical uncertainties, and how a successful energy transition might look like. During this lecture you will be challenged to do a small exercise related to Scenarios. Other econometricians working at Shell will be present as well and will tell you about their experiences. Of course, a company presentation about Shell and the job and internship opportunities the company offers students will also be given.