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Graduates and internship opportunities in Belgium

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Join us in Belgium and create the technology to connect the world

In Belgium we hold a strong position within the group as one of the “All Function Hubs”, locations at the heart of the company with a concentration of most skills. Our campus in Antwerp host amongst others the headquarters of Fixed Networks, a major IP R&D department, activities in Cloud and customer experience and our innovation center Bell Labs, working on mid and longer term fundamental research.

Whether you will graduate in 2017 or later, there is always a place for you at Nokia. Are you studying Computer Science, Telecom, Electronics or ICT engineering?

Antwerp campus is the place to be for you: feel encouraged to innovate and work with us on the next generation technologies that will shape the future.

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Fixed Networks
We bring extreme efficiency to network transformation with an end-to-end ultra broadband solution, combining copper and fiber access products to deploy fiber to the most economical point.

IP/Optical Networks
Driving technology leadership to build dependable, large-scale, yet flexible network infrastructures for service providers and web-scale enterprises, bringing together IP Routing, Optical Transport and IP Video, with the software and services to manage them.

Nuage Networks
We bring a unique combination of ground breaking technologies and unmatched networking expertise, delivering a massive scalable SDN Solution that optimize datacenter, cloud or software-defined WAN operations or automate security policies and remediation.

www.nuagenetworks.net

Nokia Bell Labs
With expertise in analytics, cloud, fixed, optics and wireless, we are one of the world’s leading research institutions, chartered with producing disruptive innovations for the next phase of human existence.

www.bell-labs.com

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You can always apply to our opportunities, both jobs and internships, online at this link.

After you submitted your application, our talent sourcing team will screen it and we will get in touch with you for the feedback.

If you are applying for an internship, the internship coach will get in touch with you to schedule the interview. If you are applying for a job, you will face different steps of the selection process, that will include one or two technical interviews, plus an HR assessment.

We always prefer to meet our candidates in our Antwerp campus and discuss personally with them the opportunities they can have within our Belgian site. However, if the candidate is not physically present in Belgium, we will proceed with a virtual selection process, anticipated by a phone prescreening.

 

Meet our people

Louisa

Louisa

Master of Computer Computer Networks and Distributed Systems, Antwerp University
Nokia Bell Labs intern in Advanced Media Access Control in LoRa Networks

Bell Labs is very reputable in the telecommunications field, with diverse portfolio and I am glad to have had my Research Internship here. I had an overview of the lab environment, the Bell Labs team, the organizational structure, working culture which would be useful for me as I intend to look for job opportunities in a multinational company after my graduation.

Emil

Emil

Master in Mathematical Engineering, KUL
Nokia Bell Labs intern in Machine learning for Broadband Wireline Access

It was a great experience to be involved with research on real-world problems. While I was here, I had the feeling that my ideas and contribution were valued and that I was not “just an intern”.  I also learned a lot from colleagues with different backgrounds than me.

Jonathan

Jonathan

Attended the internship before starting his Master in Computer Science this fall, KUL
IP intern in Customer Network Disruptive Testing

It is quite interesting to see the things you know and heard about during your education happening in an industrial context for the first time. What strikes me most is the sheer scale of things: the projects Nokia’s employees work on are far bigger than I could imagine beforehand and simply too vast to be entirely understood by any single person or team. Although different departments, and even people within these departments, have very diverse ways of working, everything happens in an organized and efficient fashion. I also consider the international aspect (colleagues from all over the world in Antwerp, communicating with software developers in offices abroad) to be quite enriching, as well as the possibility to have some in-depth conversations with employees.

Pranash

Pranash

Master in Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications Track, TU Delft (The Netherlands)
R&D Engineer – Nuage Networks, joined after graduation in 2015

I am proud to be part of Nuage Networks, as it is at the fore-front of SDN innovation in both data centers (clouds) and wide-area networks. The  multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural teams situated across different sites enabled me to learn and grow by expanding my horizon at both professional and personal front. I also appreciate Nokia’s culture, in particular the  flexible work-hours and socializing events which are making  my working experience even  more intriguing and thriving.

Thomas

Thomas

Master in Civil Engineering in Computer Science, Ghent University
Software Development Engineer – IP/Optical Network team, joined after graduation in 2010

I am part of the software development team and together with the quality assurance team we have to deliver a high quality product where performance and scalability are the main technical challenges. The company offers me the opportunity to learn and develop new skills. In a few years I have gained a broad experience and knowledge on network protocols and OS development, also thanks to the interactions with my colleagues.

Ana

Ana

Master in Telecommunication Engineering, University of Valladolid (Spain)
IP DSLAM Test Automation Engineer – Fixed Networks, joined in 2015

After a few years working in France, I joined Nokia. As a member of the software team I can contribute to the design of the DSLAM product while I continue to improve my knowledge in telecommunication protocols. Being part of Nokia means working in an international environment where gender diversity is the key ingredient: I am very proud to see more and more young women like me joining engineering positions.

Guillaume

Guillaume

Master in Electrical Engineering, Université Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve
ASIC/FPGA design and validation engineer – Fixed Networks, joined after graduation in 2015

Working in the ASIC/FPGA team gives me the opportunity to impact millions of individuals with the chips we develop. Shortly after starting this new job, I was already entrusted with the development of a new feature required by an important Internet Provider. During a working day I can be either designing, implementing or lab-testing new features we develop together with our colleagues based in USA and China. On the same day, I can also be found supporting software and test teams when they face issues with our chips. The diversity of things you can do at Nokia is huge and I am sure it would be a perfect match for anybody willing to take part in the challenges of tomorrow’s worldwide connectivity.

Ivana

Ivana

Master in Electrical Engineering, Novi Sad University (Serbia) and PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Ghent University
Business Manager – Fixed Networks, joined in 2014

After two years as a business developer manager, I recently moved to marketing. As a marketing manager I work now with product managers, pre-sales, sales and various marketing organizations to plan and execute the marketing strategy and expand Nokia business. My career at  Nokia is very exciting and dynamic. I particularly love the possibilities of training and career development in the company, flexible working hours and home-work balance. Moreover, diversity of people in Nokia and many networking opportunities are making the life in the company vibrant and enjoyable. Nokia was definitely a good choice for me!

Maarten

Maarten

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering – Microelectronics, KU Leuven
Analog ASIC Researcher – Nokia Bell Labs

At the end of my PhD in 2015, I was interested in pursuing a career in the research field and I was looking for something similar to what I had been doing during my studies. The variety of researcher jobs proposed was a clear attraction point for me to join the organization. I am impressed by the technical diversity of the team: researchers with background in digital or analog hardware, software and algorithms are working together every day. I also like and enjoy the various cultures present in my team.

Nokia Bell Labs is one of a kind: what we are inventing has a high probability to be developed further by the Nokia R&D teams. I feel rewarded by what I do: the results of my research are generating impact on the future technologies.