Interested in starting your career at a world-leading renewable materials company? Stora Enso offers various opportunities – either during your studies or after you have graduated.
We annually provide over 3 000 summer jobs to students and recent graduates around the world – from production and research, to sales and marketing, logistics and financial administration positions. You must be at least 18 years old and currently studying or have just completed a degree in a related field. In many cases it is also necessary to be fluent in the local language where you are applying.
The application period for summer jobs usually takes place from mid-January until the end of February each year. Check out our local careers pages for more information, or take a look at our open positions.
Read more about applying for summer jobs.
Are you looking for an innovative global company to work with on your final thesis? Every year hundreds of students write their thesis or diploma projects with Stora Enso – often related to the renewable materials solutions we are involved in.
We welcome thesis applications, either for topics we have already identified, or open applications with a good proposal you may have for a thesis topic. While we cannot guarantee you will be able to write your thesis with Stora Enso, we will match your profile and CV with projects we are seeking students for. We will contact you if your education and profile match our need.
Submit your CV and apply for thesis opportunities.
Every second year, we run our 18-month GROW Global Trainee Programme, which is aimed at developing our leaders of the future.
Read more about Grow and our latest 2017 programme.
Our divisions are involved in a number of innovative projects around the world and we require talented recent graduates to help us on our journey to become a leading global renewable materials company. Following your summer job or thesis work, we may offer you a permanent position working for Stora Enso.
Our innovation focuses on further development of existing products based on trees, as well as newer areas such as bio-barriers, intelligent packaging, bio-based carbons, bio-based plastics, dissolving pulp and novel cellulose materials.