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Summer Technology Program

Summer Technology Program Oskarshamn

The programme is intended for students in college or university who see their future lying within a broad and international company. As a “summer technologist” at Scania Oskarshamn, you will gain useful experience for the future and good opportunities for personal development.

You will also gain good insight into Scania’s production and business. Over five weeks, you will get to work on a technical assignment, individually or in pairs. This involves producing an improvement proposal or some form of problem solving. In addition, you will work on a group project together with all the other summer technologists, where you have the chance to share experiences with future engineers from other colleges and universities.

Contents and structure

  • Project work with a supervisor from one of the departments

  • Team-building with the other summer technologists

  • Group work with other students

  • Lectures from employees in various parts of the company.


The programme will provide you with steadfast and fruitful contacts, both within the company and with other students. You will gain valuable experience working in the field of production engineering and from project work at a large company, while getting the chance to hang out with other summer technologists.

If you are not from Oskarshamn, Scania can help with advice on how to arrange accommodation for the five weeks.


We are looking for students studying for their Bachelor of Science or Master of Science in Engineering with a technical specialisation.

You are outgoing, driven, ambitious and have good analytical capabilities. You are communicative and find it easy to work cooperatively. You must have a good grasp of both spoken and written English.

Application process

•• Application opens in January 2024

•• Selection process at Scania

•• Interviews

•• Selection process at Scania

•• Final selection done

•• Programme starts