KMD Graduate Programme

Applicants need to have the right to live and work in the country they are applying for
Denmark, Copenhagen

Programme Facts

  • Programme Duration: 18 months
  • Industry: IT
  • Area's: IT, Sales, Project Management, Product Management, Software Engineer, Data / Analytics
  • Rotations: None
  • International Rotations: No
  • Salary: 35,000 - 40,000
  • Website: Link

Key Requirements

Fluent in local language & English
Bachelor or Masters Degree
Applicants need to have the right to live and work in the country they are applying for
Not more than 24 months of full time work experience after having finished their education

About the Graduate Programme

The KMD Graduate course is a development program for new graduates aimed at accelerating career growth through on-the-job training, mentoring and personal and professional development.​

Graduates in KMD will be exposed to real life IT- and business problems, and work hands-on to create solutions, solve issues and collaborate with a variety of people – both externally and internally. Being part of it, you will help create technological solutions that improve the lives of millions of people.

Graduate Programme
Open: February 1 Close: March 10 Start: September 2


  • Health care plan
  • Flexibility to Work from home
  • Paid phone and laptop
  • Skills development (courses etc.)
  • Pension Plan
  • Social Gatherings

Application Process

After screening of CV and other relevant documents, selected candidates will be invited for a recruitment process consisting of an online logical test, case work and interview with the hiring manager and a recruitment partner. The exact order and time and place will be specified in the job posts posted online in February.

After the Program ends

When the Graduate Program terminates, the immediate manager, with assistance from their local HR, determines the new role/position of the graduate. This is based on the graduates’ progress during the program, performance, assessed potential and the graduate’s development plan.

No two development paths are the same, but each is designed to match both the graduate and the current business needs.