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Engineering and Technology Graduate Internships at Baker Hughes Nigeria: 12 Months of Hands-On Experience

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Baker Hughes’ Internship Program is designed to provide undergraduates pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with hands-on work experience, serving as the foundation of their professional lives. The program offers first-hand insights into processes, systems, and practices that ensure customer needs are met through flawless execution and the application of leading-edge technology.

Interns are introduced to Health, Safety, and Environment (HS&E) practices and participate in technically focused training, team meetings, and projects where they present their results. Throughout the 12-month internship, interns receive coaching and mentoring to complete assignments and projects that develop their learning and skill set. They work on internal projects to deliver customer outcomes, identify business improvements, and learn how to use internal software for project and task completion.

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Collaboration is at the heart of the program. Interns work with cross-functional teams and other interns to interact and network with global business leaders. They apply Health, Safety, and Environment (HS&E) standards and procedures in all situations to maintain compliance.

To qualify for the program, applicants must have graduated from a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program with a GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 out of 4.0 (or the equivalent in their country). They should be in their final or penultimate year of degree studies, fluent in oral and written English, and have the legal right to work without restrictions (or have company sponsorship in the country they applied for).

Baker Hughes recognizes that everyone is different and offers flexible working patterns to suit individual needs.

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