Development programmes for postgraduates who want to make a valuable difference
We have a wide range of programmes for exceptional postgraduates from a strong commercial, financial, research, medical or consulting background. If you’re enthusiastic and have a strong interest in healthcare we’d love to hear from you.
If you have an MBA or MiF you should explore these programmes
Esprit commercial (Pharmaceuticals)
This programme is designed for exceptional MBA postgraduates with previous commercial experience and a passion for working in healthcare.
Esprit commercial (Consumer Healthcare)
This programme provides development opportunities for individuals who will take on stretching challenges and projects that are designed to stretch you, all with the ultimate aim of positively impacting the lives of patients and consumers.
Are you looking for a new challenge? Our Esprit Finance programme is open to exceptional MBA or MiF postgraduates from a variety of backgrounds with a passion for finance.
We’re looking for self-driven and ambitious agents of change who will lead how we better invest our over £12bn of external spend.
If you have a PhD or Postdoc, you should consider these programmes
Esprit R&D data leaders and Esprit R&D Physician development
If you are an ambitious and talented physician this could be your fast-track route to scientific leadership, with one of the world’s leading healthcare companies.
Are you an exceptional postdoc or PhD scientist with strategic decision-making skills? If you would like to work on critical R&D challenges in the pre-competitive space then consider joining our postdoctoral R&D programme.
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