Out with the old and in with the new! The time has come for my time as a graduate (and hence also my graduate blogging days) to end.
The Graduate Programme has been a fantastic experience the past couple of years. With three very different rotations, I have had a steep learning curve and gained in-depth understanding of Novo Nordisk and our industry. I have gotten a deep respect for our business, what we do, and for whom we do it – our patients. Last but most certainly not least, I have also gained some of my closest friends through the other graduates.
It’s time for the “real world”, and as many graduates have accepted great jobs throughout the organisation, I am excited to have started my full time position in our Haemophilia R&D unit as Communications Manager.
If you’re a Master student and you are considering applying, I cannot stress enough that you should do it! Applying for the graduate programme was probably one of the better ideas I have ever gotten – I couldn’t imagine a better way to transition from university to business life, and I cannot think of another job that would give me so many opportunities, experiences and leanings as this programme has done.
While I will no longer be on the blog, you are still welcome to contact me with any questions. I leave you here with some memories…