Attending a lecture during the RUK Graduate Programme

Born to lead?

The BOC Graduate Engineering Scheme

Taking it to the next level

Set off on the road to chartership

Engineering expertise: that’s what gives us our competitive edge. BOC’s graduate scheme produces engineering pioneers of the future – so we can keep that edge. Available in the UK and Ireland, the four-year scheme not only prepares candidates for taking the lead at BOC (A member of the Linde Group) but also prepares them for internationally recognised CEng registration in their relevant institution (IMechE, IChemE or IET). It’s a life experience you’ll never forget. You’ll have to adapt, stay on top and believe in yourself. But do that and you’ll be ready to lead at BOC. And of course, we’re behind you every step of the way.

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At a glance ...

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What lies ahead for you?

Four-years, four annual real job placements within different departments, business units and locations throughout the UK. You will experience a supportive learning environment – you’ll be assigned a mentor and will attend a number of soft skill courses throughout.
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What are the benefits?

  • Professionally accredited scheme with IChemE and IMechE
  • Competitive starting salary and joining payment, 25 days' holiday, private health care, company pension scheme
  • Earn up to £35k within 4 years.
  • £3000 chartership bonus on successful achievement of this status.
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Who we’re looking for

  • Engineering graduates in the fields of chemical, mechanical and electrical engineering.
  • You must have a strong academic record and a good degree (MEng or equivalent, a minimum 2:2) and the right to live and work in the UK.
  • A proficiency in English is a must – additional European languages are desirable.
  • We need graduates who are motivated, self-driven, and keen to get involved in projects and activities.
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How to apply

Our application period starts 1st August and ends 1st November each year. We advertise online via Gradcracker, Targetjobs and via our own website.
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Your path to selection

The steps below detail our recruitment process and what to expect if you decide to apply.

Step 1: Register your interest online
When the application period opens, register your interest on our online portal.

Step 2: Virtual testing begins
If selected, you’ll be invited to an online ability test.

Step 3: We have a call
If successful, we arrange to have a competency based telephone interview.

Step 4: The final hurdle
Successful candidates come to our assessment centre for one day in our Guildford Head Office, UK.

At a glance ...

What lies ahead for you?

Image for teasering the different graduate programmes at Linde
Four-years, four annual real job placements within different departments, business units and locations throughout the UK. You will experience a supportive learning environment – you’ll be assigned a mentor and will attend a number of soft skill courses throughout.

What are the benefits?

Young people working in the office
  • Professionally accredited scheme with IChemE and IMechE
  • Competitive starting salary and joining payment, 25 days' holiday, private health care, company pension scheme
  • Earn up to £35k within 4 years.
  • £3000 chartership bonus on successful achievement of this status.

Who we’re looking for

What profile Lilnde is looking for
  • Engineering graduates in the fields of chemical, mechanical and electrical engineering.
  • You must have a strong academic record and a good degree (MEng or equivalent, a minimum 2:2) and the right to live and work in the UK.
  • A proficiency in English is a must – additional European languages are desirable.
  • We need graduates who are motivated, self-driven, and keen to get involved in projects and activities.

How to apply

Student applying for Linde Graduate Programme
Our application period starts 1st August and ends 1st November each year. We advertise online via Gradcracker, Targetjobs and via our own website.

Your path to selection

Image teasering the recruitment process at Linde
The steps below detail our recruitment process and what to expect if you decide to apply.

Step 1: Register your interest online
When the application period opens, register your interest on our online portal.

Step 2: Virtual testing begins
If selected, you’ll be invited to an online ability test.

Step 3: We have a call
If successful, we arrange to have a competency based telephone interview.

Step 4: The final hurdle
Successful candidates come to our assessment centre for one day in our Guildford Head Office, UK.