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Graduate programmes

bp Azerbaijan offers graduate opportunities in Upstream

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Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits
  • Competitive salary
  • Share options
  • Medical insurance and family support plans
  • Retirement savings plan and death and disability coverage
  • Educational assistance programme
  • Loan support programme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Minimum 20 days annual leave
  • Company run shuttle bus
  • Free lunch

Requirements

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  • Specific requirements vary across business areas and disciplines.
  • Strong academic background
  • Relevant bachelor and/or master’s degree
  • Azerbaijani citzenship
  • 2018, 2019 and 2020 graduates will be considered for the programme.

Application process

View our application process so that you know what to expect at each step

Step 1: English language test
The first step of the assessment process will be an English language testTests will be conducted between January and February subject to the discipline you applied for.
Step 2: situational judgement questionnaire
Candidates who pass the English language assessment will receive an invitation to complete an online Situational Judgement Questionnaire (SJQ).  This assessment will be conducted during the second half of January – beginning of February.
Step 3: ability testing
Subject to the results of the SJQ assessment, an ability test may be conducted for your chosen discipline. If testing is required, you’ll receive an invitation between February and early March for a supervised ability test developed by Saville Consulting Company from IRES.
Step 4: interview stage and group exercise
Between April and May depending on your chosen discipline, successful candidates will then be invited to technical and behavioural interviews and partake in a group exercise