Medine Ltd is launching GROW, an advanced two-year career development scheme aimed at fresh graduates in the fields of agriculture, hospitality, leisure, education and general management. The aim is to provide talented young people with industry experience and technical knowledge via in-house training from industry experts.

Identifying and supporting new talent, helping university graduates explore different career paths and unlocking their full potential: these are the objectives of GROW, a new Graduate Programme launched by the Medine Group. Selected candidates will get a taste of working for a major Mauritian group while obtaining invaluable on-the-job training and experience. It’s an opportunity for successful candidates to develop a broad understanding of Medine’s core businesses, get involved in a wide range of exciting projects and obtain the practical skills and professional experience they need to kickstart their career.

Medine’s GROW Graduate Programme will include specialisations in agriculture, hospitality, leisure, education industry as well as within its head office.  

We are very proud to be offering exciting opportunities for fresh graduates to nurture a career at Medine and beyond. At Medine, we need to ensure that we plan for the human capital of tomorrow by developing the right talent today. GROW will help us to achieve that important objective.

Marc Desmarais, Managing Director of the Group’s Shared Services

The 24-month scheme is open to new graduates. It provides an attractive salary, two half-day residential induction sessions at Tamarina Hotel, on-the-job training and mentoring, an enriching professional experience, individual development plans as well as benefits including paid annual leave, medical insurance, transport, and lunch facilities.

Founded in 1911, Medine has been a major player in Mauritius’ sugar and cane industry for over a century. It has since successfully diversified and now has five main sectors of activity, namely Agriculture, Education, Sports & Hospitality, Property, and Casela Nature Parks. Today, Medine continues to thoughtfully and sustainably develop our unique land bank on the West Coast, while investing in its people and the local community and protecting Mauritius' natural and cultural heritage. The group employs more than 850 people.

Applications are now open to join
GROW, Medine's Graduate Programme. 


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