At ArcelorMittal, we’re always on the lookout for motivated, skilled people who are interested in helping us build the future of steel.
With positions around the world – and in different areas of the business – we provide a wide range of opportunities for university graduates looking to work in a challenging environment.
We look for students who are motivated, enthusiastic and want to experience the real world of work. Working at ArcelorMittal provides students with a place to develop and apply professional skills and competencies.
To ensure we attract top talent, we partner with universities and schools through sponsorship, job fairs, scholarships and educational activities.
Our involvement in the volunteer for international experience scheme (VIE) offers European graduates the chance to work overseas at our sites. We believe the VIE programme is a real opportunity to experience working life at ArcelorMittal in an international context, helping us to build the workforce of our future.
Many of our sites offer internships, apprenticeships and work experience, giving people a flavour of life at ArcelorMittal, and helping our company to see if a person is a good fit for the company on a long-term basis.
Internships involve students in specific projects to develop their skills and gradually give them a certain level of autonomy.
“I started my ArcelorMittal internship in Luxembourg after beginning my MBA course. Working full-time while studying a degree isn’t easy, but the practical side that the internship gives to the degree means I would highly recommend the experience to anyone looking to be immersed in the business world”.
– Gonzalo de la Cuadra, intern at ArcelorMittal Luxembourg
“My ArcelorMittal internship helped me gain insight into the steel industry, and how such a big corporation works. I was able to improve my skills and put into practice what I learned in my studies”.
– Ekaterina Mikhalkina, intern at ArcelorMittal SA
“At ArcelorMittal, we believe internships improve and compliment a student’s theoretical training by offering practical experience. It’s about experiencing the world of work, being immersed in business and experiencing a particular profession first-hand. This insight is important in helping individuals choose their career paths and enter the workplace upon graduation”.
– Emilie Goepfert, HR and internship recruitment at ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products
Graduates are invited to apply for positions advertised on our online recruitment platform
US college students are encouraged to visit our campus recruiting page to see if your school is one of our partners and learn how to apply.
Prospect interns and VIEs in Europe are invited to search and apply for positions via our trainee platform.