Interns & apprentices
Join the premier global developer and operator of flagship shopping destinations for your internship or your apprenticeship !
Opportunities are available in a variety of departments, depending on your country of choice. You’ll be valued member of our team, enjoying an internship with real responsibilities from day one. With the support of a mentor and your manager, we’ll help to achieve ambitious goals and develop your professional skills.
Awarded the label Happy Trainee 2018-2019. Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield gives a lot of importance to the success of our interns and apprentices. 84% of them would recommend us for an internship.
Who are we looking for?
- You are studying in a business or engineering school or a technical university.
- You are fluent in the local language (French, Spanish, Dutch, German, Czech, Polish, Swedish) and English.
- You want to discover the commercial real estate business with a sector leader.
The recruitment process
The recruitment process typically includes an interview with a Human Resources team member and with a future manager. Check out our open positions or send us a spontaneous application:
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield offers apprenticeships in Germany, France, UK and Sweden.
Job tasks, as well as contract duration and required profile vary from one country to another. For more information, see our open positions here for Germany, France and Sweden. And here for the UK. If you don’t find any open positions matching your profile, you can apply with a spontaneous application by filtering jobs on “spontaneous application”.
I was a Masters student in construction management in a French engineering school. I heard of Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield through a friend of mine and was quickly convinced that the challenging environment and variety of tasks was something I wanted. I wanted to develop my project management skills and was offered a 6-month internship in the Property, Maintenance & Works department, in charge of the construction, extension, renovation and maintenance of the Group’s assets. My tasks involved monitoring the refurbishment progress in some of the Group’s French shopping centres. For 6 months, I had to make sure costs and deadlines were respected, and helped coordinate external providers throughout the different steps of the projects. I was proud to have a high level of responsibility and truly appreciated the human dimension of my job, which involved interacting with internal and external stakeholders. My 6-month internship was full of learning, great experiences, challenges and happy encounters!
Tom, former intern, currently Junior Construction Manager