Graduates can join us in a variety of exciting roles across several business functions. If you’re enthusiastic, committed to making a difference and have a strong interest in healthcare, then we’d love to hear from you.
Opportunities may be available in your country or you could join us via our global schemes. You can find out about local and global opportunities using the search and apply function. In addition, you may like to read more below about our global Future Leaders Programme.
Future Leaders Programme
Become a Future Leader at GSK and help change the face of healthcare.
As a Future Leader, you’ll get an unparalleled insight into the enormous depth, breadth and influence of our business. We have a huge range of opportunities for graduates with the talent and ambition to take our global business further.
We need future scientists to discover, future engineers and supply chain managers to deliver, and future commercial teams to understand our patients and consumers. And we need tomorrow’s experts in IT, finance, HR, communications and procurement to achieve outstanding business performance.
Explore our different programmes, and you’ll discover how each one offers you the chance to take on global health challenges for real. To apply, visit our global Future Leaders Programme website.
Since 2011, GSK and Strathclyde University have collaborated to provide studentships for graduate chemists to complete a research-based PhD at GSK.
Students require an excellent MSci or MChem degree, or equivalent, in chemistry and will work on the identification of new medicines within the research and development teams at GSK.
For further details and information on how to apply, please see the PhD collaborative programme page.
GSK is focused on creating an inclusive organisation where all employees feel engaged and know their work makes an important contribution. We aim to attract and retain the most talented people from all backgrounds and cultures regardless of actual or perceived race, colour, ethnic or national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership, gender identity and/or expression, religion or belief, physical ability/ disability.