Join us in Belgium and explore Open Future
The Belgian Nokia site is located right in the middle of the vibrant city of Antwerp, a well-known multi-cultural metropolis with a rich cultural heritage. In this lively hub, we work with over 1300 inspiring employees from 46 different countries. We are known within Nokia as an important "All Function Hub", because of the concentration of skills we host.
Indeed, as an R&D site, we are the powerhouse of ION and Fixed Access, working on cutting-edge network technology such as next gen fixed access and IP products. We are leading the market in XGS-PON (fiber). Our products and solutions keep networks around the world alive and running 24/7: we provide the technological infrastructure to players like Proximus, Orange and Telenet, to name but a few.
Our campus in Antwerp is also home to Fixed Networks headquarters, a major IP R&D department, activities in Cloud and customer experience and our innovation centre Bell Labs, which works on medium and longer-term fundamental research.
Nokia Careers Day, March 28
Are you a final-year Master's student in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering? Will you soon finish your PhD?
Get the chance to visit our offices and labs, connect with professionals from a global leader in technology and learn about the various career opportunities available at Nokia.
Open your best life with us. We offer you:
- Front-line technology and innovative projects
- Hybrid working scheme, allowing an optimal work-life balance
- Coaching sessions and 24/7 accessible learning platform
- An individual career plan
- Perfectly located offices, next to the Antwerp central train station
- 100% public transport refund
- Representation allowance
- Company car
- Bonus plan
- Meal vouchers
- Insurance packages
- Internet@home contribution
- Up to 37 days of leave
- Recurrent networking events like our famous ‘Blue Bar’
- Sports activities like Zumba, Running and Padel, mediation sessions and multiple employee music bands
- Inhouse restaurant offering hot and cold meals
We are open to experts beyond the boundaries of technology:
We’re open to interns seeking boundless networking opportunities
Are you a student in Computer Science, Telecom, Electronics or ICT engineering looking for internships or a challenging job? The Antwerp campus is the place to be - work with us on the next generation technologies that will shape the future.
Bell Labs Research
Nokia Bell Labs, the research arm of Nokia, is one of the world’s leading research institutions, chartered with producing disruptive innovations for the next phase of human existence.
With expertise in fixed, optics, wireless, artificial intelligence, analytics and cloud technologies and by collaborating openly with the global innovation community, we are seeking the technology solutions that will transform the connected world, enhancing the speed, capacity, efficiency and reliability of data, and the increasing automation and digitization of our lives. For 94 years, scientific breakthroughs at Nokia Bell Labs have fundamentally transformed the ICT industry, and has yielded 9 Nobel Prizes.
Visit the Bell Labs website.
“During my internship at Nokia, I had both autonomy to work and received extensive support when needed. My contribution was appreciated and recognized by adding my name to the products I have worked on: this made me feel relevant for the team and the company!”
University of Ghent – ION New Product Introduction
“During my time at Nokia Bell Labs, I had the opportunity to work on the latest telecommunications technologies such as 5G and Passive Optical Networks. Nokia in Belgium is very international site: as an intern I had the chance to meet a lot of new people from different countries!”
ParisTech – Nokia Bell Labs
"At Nokia, I felt welcome and quickly involved as a member of the team. I worked in pairs with another intern and, by mixing our skills and with the excellent support from our team, we were able to deliver a good base ready for future expansion. It was a great experience despite the COVID-19 situation that forced us to adapt the way we were working together."
UCLouvain – ASIC