Technology is a force for good. It connects us and changes how we live, work, and play. At the heart of it all is ASML. Most of the electronic devices you use daily are only possible because of our lithography systems.
Total employees (in FTE)
Locations in 16 countries
Working at ASML is unlike working at any other company - even other high-tech companies. It's more extreme and more inspiring, no matter the field you're in.
That’s because we push the boundaries of what’s physically possible. Every field of technology stretched to its limits and beyond.
Students and graduates
ASML offers opportunities for students and graduates in practically every technical field.
Our engineers develop skills that pave the way for rapid professional and personal growth, as well as a promising future solving complex problems.
Explore our internships, co-op programs and graduation assignments for students in the Netherlands and the United States.
Get support for your future – see the available scholarships in the Netherlands and the US.
Explore our career events and workshops for PhD students and graduates in the Netherlands and the US.
Read our most frequently asked questions about applying for a job at ASML.
Applying for a job at ASML
How do I apply for a job at ASML?
Who will review my job application?
When will I hear back after I apply for a job at ASML?
Until when can I apply for a job listing that does not have an expiration date?
Can I apply for more than one job at ASML?
What is the status of my job application?
After you have filled out the online application for a job at ASML, you will see an option to create a personal profile in the career portal. After creating a profile, you can log in and view the status of your job application.
What does it mean if my application status is "closed"?
What is the main language spoken at ASML?
Our company’s main language is English. We are proudly culturally diverse, with 120 different nationalities working together as one.
Can I visit ASML before I apply for a job?
ASML organizes several events each year for students and professionals that take place at our various locations around the world. Check out our career events to find an event that matches your interests.
ASML interview process
What is the ASML interview process like?
The ASML interview process will vary depending on the job you are applying for as well as which country you are applying in. Generally, however, you may have two or more interviews for a job at ASML. The first interview, which takes place with the position’s hiring manager and a member of the team, assesses your background, skills and compatibility with the team.
If you are invited for a second interview, you may be asked to complete an online assessment that should be submitted before the interview takes place. The second interview takes place with a project leader, architect or different team member. You may also be invited to a third interview with the human resources (HR) department. If all interviews are successful, you will then receive a job offer from HR.
When will I receive an invitation for my interview?
The ASML recruitment department will send you an email that includes information about the location, date, and interviewers once the interview has been planned.
I have been asked to complete an online assessment for the job I have applied for. How much time do I have to complete it?
When will I hear back after my interview?
I did not receive a QR code or online meeting link for my interview.
Working at ASML
Does ASML offer relocation support?
Can you help my spouse in finding a job as well?
Does ASML help with continued learning and development?
Does ASML offer remote jobs?
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, our employees are currently working primarily from home. In normal circumstances, most employees work onsite. We believe that we share knowledge, innovate and collaborate best when meeting in person, but we recognize that some tasks can be done just as effectively outside the office. ASML’s work-from-home guidelines blend office and remote working, as we believe both have benefits for individuals, the business and the environment.
Working from abroad is generally not permissible due to tax, social security and other implications for both the employee and ASML.