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Our Graduates on the blog

At Arla, professional and personal development is a constant requirement and we strive to unlock the highest potential in each other while working together to create the future of dairy.

To succeed with our ambitious growth strategy and deliver the highest possible milk price to our farmers, we need a strong pipeline of future leaders, and we give special attention to our high-potentials at all levels in the organisation. Our graduate programmes are designed to attract and develop entry level talent and secure that we will continuously fuel the talent pipeline that we need to grow our business - and create the future of dairy. 

We are proud of working with so many talented students and graduates who all have an extraordinary energy and drive and who constantly bring new profes-sional as well as innovative ideas into our community. Hence, at Arla we have many great stories to be told. Below you can explore an extract of these stories spanning from a graduate's first day in Arla to the experiences, challenges and learnings one meets along the journey - all told by our graduates. 



This post is part of a series of blog posts made by graduates working at Arla. The blog is purely employee-driven and it is intended to offer “a look inside” for people considering if Arla might be relevant as their future employer. The opin-ions, statements and viewpoints expressed in the blogs by the various partici-pants do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Arla Foods or official policies of Arla Foods. 




Happy New Year, everybody! A full year of opportunities lies ahead. And who knows, come September, you might start your career as one of our new F15 Graduates. With the application deadline on the 7th of January around the corner, we wanted to offer you a final example of where the programme can...


Hello, my name is Tine and I am a Production Management Graduate in Arla, currently doing my rotation abroad in the UK. One of the most important aspects for me in this programme is our mentorship setup which I highly benefit and learn from.


Only one year ago, I was part of the assessment centre for the MENA Graduate Programme in Dubai. After several rounds of interviews, I flew back to Egypt where I returned to my “normal” routine. A day later, I received a message from one of the friends I had made during the interview process...

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