Future Leaders Graduate Scheme (2)

European Graduate Program

Timeline of Graduate Programme


Your first 6-month rotation will be spent with the largest cattle breeding business in the world, Genus ABS.

March- Aug

If successful, graduates get the opportunity to transition to Genus ABS' farm consultancy business, Promar International

Sept- Feb

Upon successful completion of the 12-month scheme, graduates can expect the final rotation to be tailored towards their knowledge, skills and career goals.

End of Program

Upon successful completion, graduates are placed in permanent roles. Most common areas include: Tech Services, Sales and Support, Supply Chain and Key Account Management roles.

Our 18-month programme has been designed to provide a challenging and accelerated learning journey where you’ll be making key decisions and be given real responsibility from the start. You will complete three separate rotational placements across various sectors of the business, plus you’ll be mentored by some of our most successful business leaders along the way. Alongside each placement, your entire journey will also be supported with unparalleled training and a bespoke personal development programme to ensure you really gain the most from your experience on the scheme.

For suitable candidates, we will also provide the opportunity to take your skills overseas. We are looking for individuals who are keen to make an impact in our global business and believe there is no better place to start than to further develop your skills whilst learning about a new culture and different market conditions at the same time. We can’t promise it will be easy, but we will be there to support you every step of the way.

A Few Specifics

  • 12 month program M-F
  • Competitive salary
  • Company vehicle provided
  • Willingness to travel
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent in Biological Sciences
  • Past graduates from: Great Britain, N. Ireland, France & Italy. Always open to other locations
  • Must have valid drivers license
  • Relevant work experience/voluntary work in Biological Sciences


I moved from the Graduate Scheme to a Regional Service Manager (RSM) role after my 2nd rotation. During the scheme I progressed by getting involved with lots of projects to develop a variety of skills, as well as creating a network of colleagues.

Sophie Boyce

Regional Service Manager (2019 graduate)

My most memorable moment during the Graduate scheme was when we as graduates went to Italy for the Hyvig tour. We got to see how cross breeding works and visit mozzarella farms, cheese factories and explore Italian cities

Chris Evans,

Sales & Breeding Advisor (2018 graduate)

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