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Open to challenges? Discover Student and Graduate roles in Poland

Do you want to put your knowledge to the test, add new skills and contribute to something big and extraordinary, like setting up a network connection on the Moon? Join our teams in Bydgoszcz, Kraków, Wroclaw and Warsaw.

There are a lot of internship & summer practice opportunities for students in most of our departments, from technical to non-technical roles. We are open to enthusiastic and creative candidates who want to enhance their future professional careers.

Nokia offers flexible and hybrid working models, continuous learning opportunities, well-being programs to support you mentally and physically, opportunities to join and get supported by employee resource groups, mentoring programs, and highly diverse teams with an inclusive culture where people thrive and are empowered to succeed.

Working Student program

Working Student is a long-term internship, lasting usually from 6 to 12 months. You can apply for this program at any time of the year.

As a Working Student, you can experience working in areas corresponding to full-time engineering jobs. We offer you part-time opportunities and flexible working hours so that you can combine work with your studies.

The recruitment process is quite easy - it only consists of an interview and an online test with practical technical tasks for some positions. 

Check Working Student roles

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Open your best life as a Working Student at Nokia

We offer a range of benefits for Working Students including:

  • Possibility of full-time employment after completion of the traineeship
  • Multisport card (attractive monthly fee)
  • Possibility to participate in corporate events (e.g. Christmas Party, Night of Laboratory)
  • Possibility to join to Nokia Triathlon Team, Football Team, Cycle Team, RunningTeam
  • Becoming a volunteer and supporting our charity initiatives
  • Possibility to join our Nokia Poland Pride Employee Resource Group
  • Elysium - a discount program for offers from Wroclaw brands (e.g. food, entertainment, sport & health)

Summer Trainee program

The apprenticeship lasts from July to September.

It is intended for candidates who have completed at least the second year of their studies specializing in computer science, telecommunications, automation, robotics or similar. We also welcome candidates who study other fields but have knowledge of the area covered by the apprenticeship and who are passionate about the topics of telecommunications.

After the apprenticeship, you have the possibility to stay with us as a Working Student.

Check back in March 2024 for more information about the Summer 2024 hiring process.

Nokia Academy

The Nokia Academy is a series of intensive, free-of-charge pieces of training and workshops conducted by specialists from Nokia. The main goal of this initiative is to give participants the opportunity to develop the set of skills necessary for the role of Software Tester or C++ Developer.

Over the course of 2 months, you’ll gain knowledge that will allow you to start your professional journey in the IT area - the best Nokia Academy participants will receive a job offer and will have the opportunity to further develop and gain work experience at Nokia.

Learn more about the project in Wroclaw or Krakow.

Do you have questions about life at Nokia? Connect personally with Remi, Nokia Insider from Poland

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Nokia at Universities

Innovative Projects

Do you want to get more programming know-how and professional experience? Or maybe you are bored with academic projects which end on a bookshelf? Sign up for Innovative Projects, a cooperation between Nokia and universities. For each academic semester, we announce a list of topics which students can implement during their lectures or free time, with the support of a tutor from Nokia.



We are present at universities as we want to have a real impact on the technical knowledge shared with students. We conduct full university courses as well as occasional lectures and webinars.

Here are some examples:

  • ­Basics of 5G and 5G-Advanced mobile telecommunications systems
  • Practical aspects of software development PARO
  • Digital Signal Processing course, FPGA course
  • IT graduates in the labor market
  • Physics for Business
  • Nokia Scalable IP Networks
  • Nuage Networks Virtualized Network Services (VNS) Fundamentals

Are you interested in taking part in lectures with Nokia or Innovative Projects? Check the website of your faculty at the beginning of the semester for more information.