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Life at Cisco

We connect everything: people, processes, data, and things. We innovate everywhere, taking bold risks to shape the technologies that give us smart cities, connected cars, and handheld hospitals. We take difference to heart and give of ourselves.

We are thought leaders, tech geeks, pop culture aficionados, and we even have a few purple-haired rock stars. We celebrate the creativity and diversity that fuels our innovation. We are dreamers, and we are doers. At Cisco, you can be you, with us. #WeAreCisco.

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Global opportunity

The Engineering University Program is available around the globe with 6 hub locations in Bangalore, Raleigh, San Jose, Israel, Norway, and the United Kingdom. These hub locations have a diverse mixture of experiences, with opportunities to grow and hone your skills. Upon successful completion of the program you will move back to the country for which you have applied.

Who we are

The Engineering University Program is available to interns and new-grads who have a passion for all things tech. Our program has many offerings including customized learning paths to fit your areas of interest, networking events, and professional development opportunities across all our technology groups. Connect with other engineers who are starting their career at Cisco and build a network that you can rely on to support your growth and best interests!

Our values

We work hard, and we play hard! Continual learning and development are a key part of our program as we encourage you to master new skills and technology. As a community, we gather on a monthly basis to connect with peers and to help build a network that you can rely on to support your growth and best interests. At Cisco, we think it’s necessary to have a little fun as we learn and grow together!

"During the recruitment process, my manager took the time to reach out and chat with me about joining his team. That's the moment I knew that I'd be valued as an engineer."

Roger H.

Hardware Engineer