Yes, they almost assuredly will.
Large companies have standardized processes to follow for this sort of thing. They aren't going to "dumb down" the interview process for a candidate without any job experience. If they do, it's likely not going to reflect positively on you regardless.
Presumably you have coursework experience. Or had some level of working with others during your degree. When I was in school and interviewing, some of my best answers came from my "fun" I had on various projects.
Given your inexperience with work/interviewing, I would strongly recommend you take some time and research behavioral questions online. Spend time considering how to answer from your school studies.
Unless you are brilliant, the huge lack of work is likely to make interviewers less excited about you as a candidate - particularly if you do not have good answers to behavioral questions.