Student jobs

As a student employee, you get the opportunity to work with exciting projects in a highly professional environment.

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About our student jobs

Oticon has approximately 50 student assistants working in various parts of our organisation. A student job is your opportunity to test out your theoretical knowledge obtained in your studies and put it to use in "real-life" projects. Student jobs also offer you an excellent entry point to permanent employment after graduation.

We consider our student assistants to be an important part of our business, because they contribute new knowledge, energy, and alternative perspectives. Look under Positions to see if we are advertising your dream student job. You are also always welcome to join us on LinkedIn and become part of our network.

Our cooperation with students and universities

At Oticon, keeping abreast of the latest information within our research areas is crucial, and several of our employees act as university censors. This provides us with a unique opportunity to be in close contact with instructors, students, and the research community. We also work together on a regular basis on various Bachelor and PhD projects. Our project students are a natural and enriching part of our product development and of our organisation. So we are always open to dialogue with good students who are interested in working with us – either within posted, defined projects or in entirely new areas. 

Are you a project trainee – bachelor, graduate or PhD? Write your project with us
We always have project trainees at Oticon. Typically, students are attached to specific projects, so they are viewed as an integrated part of our staff. If you would like to complete a project at Oticon, send us a description of it together with a personal application. When submitting your application, we ask that you please consider which professional area you would like to enter.

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Events and trade exhibitions

Oticon's success is solidly based on our exceptional employees, who contribute each day to developing and consolidating Oticon's position as an industry leader.

To ensure future recruitement of the finest minds, we put a great deal of emphasis on face-to-face dialogue with students, new graduates, and experienced job candidates. This is your opportunity to meet with us for an informal chat about what Oticon can offer – both as a workplace and for your career potential

  • Visit us here:

  • Student Business Relations (DSE) job fair in Lyngby

  • Student Business Relations (DSE) job fair in Aalborg

  • Job Fair in Funen

  • ARKAD job fair in Lund

  • Health Science Career Fair in Lund

  • Roskilde Festival

Grant from the Oticon Foundation

Should you require financial support for an exchange semester, research, or your thesis project, the Oticon Foundation may be able to help. Travel grants for students

In theory, all fields of study are eligible for financial support for studies or traineeship abroad. In order to apply to the foundation, the applicant must hold a bachelor degree with a grade of at least 8 (13-scale) or 7 (12-scale). Applications to the Oticon Foundation must be received no later than one month prior to the commencement of the planned study period abroad.

Conference Participation
The Oticon Foundation supports participation in conferences held throughout the world. In order to apply to the Foundation for conference support, the applicant must be an active participant in the conference – by holding a lecture, presenting, or a similar activity.

Research
The Oticon Foundation primarily supports research projects within audiological or related professional areas – preferably with significant relevance for Danish society and/or Danish industry. Since 1999, the Oticon Foundation has annually awarded two PhD grants of DKK 1.5 million per person to highly qualified students at Danish universities. The Foundation also annually awards 20 grants totalling DKK 2 million for students pursuing post- graduate studies in natural and engineering sciences at Danish universities. Find out more about the Oticon Foundation and send your application.