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Working in Novo Nordisk Head Office (Denmark): No walk in the park!

Category: International Operations Business Uncategorized | (0) comments
So, you are close to completing the first 8 months of your rotation successfully? Even if Biology is not your field of specialty you have come to know how the pancreas is an important organ in the body that releases insulin. You also know how insulin helps the cells store and use sugar. You have […]
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The International Career

Category: International Operations Business | (0) comments
Dear readers, The international aspect of the IO Business Programme is undoubtedly compelling. It is one of the reasons that made me apply and today I would like to write a bit about it. I’ve been working in Denmark for more than a month now and every day I come across people from different countries, […]
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Winter in Copenhagen and summer in Dubai! How different the experiences within the programme could be?!

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Dear all,  It has been a while since last time I wrote  you :)  In one of my previous blogs I’ve mentioned how unique is the graduate programme, but what I’ve figured out after experiencing 3 different rotations now is how unique and different each rotation could be!  After a great experience in project management working […]
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Graduate experiences from site Montes Claros, Minas Gerais, Brazil

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The PS graduate programme consists of 3 rotations of 8 months, where the 2nd rotation is outside of the country where you started. Since I started in Denmark my second rotation is in another country – Brazil. After spending 3 months in Brazil I can say that I am very grateful for being here. Not […]
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Brazilian Millennials: don’t you think there should be more to life?

Category: International Operations Business | (2) comments
My fellow millennials, First of all, let me introduce myself. I’m a 25-year-old brazilian who joined the International Operations Business Graduate Programme in January/2014. My first rotation was within the Diabetes Marketing department in the Brazilian affiliate, and I’m currently on my second rotation in Denmark, working in Product Supply, DFP Strategy & Planning. From now […]
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Life in Denmark

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Dear Readers, It has been quite a while since last time I wrote something. Since the beginning of April 2014, I have been stationed in Copenhagen for half a year. However, rather than covering the whole timeline, in this post I will just focus on my life in Denmark. I will write more about my […]
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Where is everyone going for their international rotation?

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First ever group photo taken in Denmark on 02 Sep 2013. Next time we meet, that will be in 2015! One of the most exciting part of this programme, and possibly the most attractive, is the 6-8 months of international rotation, that you can possibly work in any other country in the world! Check out […]
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Perspectives of an RA Graduate in Product Supply

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I’m living in a place I never expected, a city nestled in the Brazilian Cerrado, working in a place I never expected, a site providing ever important insulin to people around the world who need it. The place is Montes Claros, Brazil and the site is the Novo Nordisk Production Facility, affectionately known as MOC. […]
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The journey of a drug

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I am sure that you have many reflections about where to go with your life after ending your studies, and that some of them have to do with your future career. Some lines further down on this blog post, I will share with you some of my own reflections. I hope they can be of […]
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Graduate Recruitment Centre: Last Minute Practicalities!

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What to wear | What to bring | What to prepare
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