TTP is a fast-moving technology company that combines the skills of science, engineering and business enterprise. You will discover we’re different from most companies. We’re unorthodox. We’re independently minded. We challenge the ordinary.

At TTP, traditional structures and job titles don’t exist. We believe that you get the best out of people when they are driven by their own motivation and that the most inventive minds are independent. Simply put, TTP is made up of people who don’t need to be told what to do to succeed.

As employee owners, we all have a stake and share of the rewards. We take calculated risks, make long-term investments, and have the time and freedom to build the technology of the future.

If you join TTP you can expect an unparalleled career in a dynamic environment of technical excellence and commercial acuity.

Every day at TTP brings new challenges. New projects, new business, and new opportunities are all part of a compelling career at TTP. Your career is a personal journey. At TTP we hand you the freedom to follow your own ambitions. For some it is to be recognised for technical or commercial leadership, or to develop new opportunities and markets for TTP, for others it is to initiate, build and evolve a successful new business – the TTP model of growth through spin-outs, subsidiaries and new independent businesses.

Your career will develop in an environment where excellence and high professional standards are the baseline, and where commercial drive is coupled with the desire to create new technologies to generate valuable business opportunities.

Graduate and Internship Opportunities.


TPP is a UK based IT company, dedicated to delivering world class healthcare software through our innovative products. Our philosophy is to join up healthcare based on a shared electronic medical record, improving access to clinical data and empowering patients to take part in their care. We are known for our outstanding achievements in the UK, providing electronic patient records on a single instance database for over 40 million patients.

After 20 years of success in the UK, TPP is now expanding their offering to deliver connected care to new markets in China and the Middle East. We’re currently hiring for six different graduate roles and for our 2019 summer intern programme. We’re looking for the brightest minds from the UK’s top universities who have a passion for problem solving.

Ewan Morrin

Hi, my name is Ewan. I’m one of the welfare officers for CUES this year. I’m a third year from Churchill college specialising in electrical and information sciences and this is my first year on the CUES committee.

As one of the welfare officers, my role is to help promote mental health awareness in the department and organise welfare events during the year, and generally make the year more enjoyable and less stressful.

If you’re feeling down you can always reach out to myself or Athi and we’ll do out best to help you out. We’re always looking for ways that we can improve welfare in the department, so if you have any ideas don’t hesitate to share them!

Vaishnavi Bhonge

Hello! I’m Vaish, a third year Manufacturing Engineer from King’s. As Operations Director I am responsible for our Welfare, Diversity, and Access initiatives, as well as the Website and Magazine. I’m hoping this year to achieve a greater focus on Welfare as well as greater integration between the Diversity, Welfare, and Access functions.

Athi Chellappa

Hi, I’m Athi, I’m a third year engineer from Churchill College specialising in Aerothermal Engineering and I am one of the welfare officers for CUES this year! This is my first year on the CUES committee.

My role, alongside Ewan, is to help improve the physical and mental welfare in the department so that you can get the most out of your time in CUED.

Ewan and I are always available for a chat, whether it is degree related or otherwise and we will be running events throughout the year to make it more enjoyable experience here, but we are always open to any ideas on how we can improve in our roles to help relieve any stress or concerns.

Amy Clayton

Hi! My name is Amy and I’m a third year engineer at Emmanuel College specialising in Mechanics, Materials and Bioengineering. This is my first year on CUES committee and I’ve really enjoyed it so far. I’m mainly responsible for sending out the CUES bulletin twice a week to keep you up to date with all our events!

Lettice Wei

Hello, I am Lettice, a fourth year Information engineer in Magdalene College. I have been the magazine editor for one year and will stick to it until graduation. As an engineer and an amateur visual designer, I emphasise the connectivity between Art and Tech. We will strive to bring you with a fantastic digital experience in reading the Cambridge Engineer!

James Thompson

My name is James and I am a second year engineer at Emmanuel College. This is my first year on the CUES committee and my job is to arrange lunchtime presentations with engineering companies, many of whom are our sponsors.