Opportunities for students

Unilever future leaders league

Unilever Future Leaders’ League is a dynamic competition that brings together some of the brightest students from all over the world who want to experience what tomorrow’s leadership is all about. Joining UFLL means enrolling in a once in a lifetime challenge where you will be working with real brands and real business cases. It is a thrilling hands-on experience that will allow you to understand a leading business from the inside, to be developed by the top leaders that build and manage our globally well-known brands and to boost the skills you need to ignite the leader in you. At Unilever we are looking for students who will partner with us to create a better business and a better world, and who are looking to become the leaders of tomorrow, today. If you are one of these people, Unilever Future Leaders’ League is your place!

For the chance to participate in UFLL 2019, check out your local Unilever Careers page and social media channels to find out how to apply to the local rounds.

Firstly, it is not always the most interesting idea that wins, but the most feasible one. Secondly, global competitions bring diverse mindsets and henceforth very different ideas catered to the same problem.

Rafid Rob, Team Bangladesh 2018

FLL allowed me to experience Unilever's commitment to nurturing youths to be purposeful leaders.

Leong Wei-Xiang, Team Malaysia 2018

Unilever has allowed me to shape my personal values, which I have learned to stand by and carry forward into my professional life.

Tessa Yin, Team Canada 2018


Business admin student

Future Purpose Leader - Business Admin Student, Cristina Cortez

Branding student

Future Purpose Leader - Branding Student, Nathanael Andika

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You are more than just your job title

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