About Us



Founded in 1901, the Cambridge University Engineering Society is Cambridge University’s most active academic society and one of the largest, with over 1300 current student members.


Our mission is to deliver the very best opportunities to students to enhance their skills and develop their employability. To our partners, our mission is to be their indispensable route to interaction with some of the greatest talent in the world.


We make regular contact with our network of high achieving students through numerous channels including presentations from industry, events (including the university’s largest student-run careers fair), our grants scheme and regular social activities. We are proud of how this has always resulted in very high exposure for our partners, not only to our members but also to the wider Cambridge community.


Recently, CUES has undergone a shift in focus and is rapidly expanding its reach to an increasing number of STEM and non-STEM students, as well as the postgraduate community. Membership is open to anyone at the University with an interest in technology and industry, giving us a strong membership base that is growing and diversifying.


Main Sponsors
Associate Sponsors

2019/2020 Committee

Executive Team

Kim Barker
Ryan Lin
Vice President
Sabrina Singh
Julita Straszak
Sponsorship Lead

Events Team

Chloe Caron
Events Director
Kiseki Hirakawa
Socials Officer
Tisal Edirisinghe
Socials Officer
Antonis Georgiou
Events Officer
Brandon Lee
Events Officer
James Thompson
Presentations Officer

Marketing and Communications Team

Wei Jie Wong
Marketing and Communications Director
Tomos Wood
Publicity Coordinator
Zoe Wang
Publicity Officer
Marcos Tapia Costa
Publicity Officer
Miruna Rapeanu
Publicity Officer
Afif Akmal Affian
Content Designer
Ilakya Prabhakar
Content Designer
Namnueng Protpagorn
Content Designer
Amy Clayton

Operations Team

Vaish Bhonge
Operations Director
Athi Chellappa
Welfare Officer
Ewan Morrin
Welfare Officer
Tse Uweja
Diversity Officer
Areeg Ashraf Emarah
Access Officer
Roman Streltsov
Shiyang Yu
Lettice Wei
Magazine Editor

Strategy Team

Srivatsa Garg
Strategy Director
Kiki Tapanakornwut
Strategy Officer
T.T. Ouzounellis Kavlakonis
Strategy Officer


Cambridge University Engineering Society




The name of the Society shall be The Cambridge University Engineering Society, hereafter referred to as “the Society”.



2.1. Full Tenure: The tenure of a committee; from one election to the next, usually 12 months.

2.2. Society members: Individuals who meet the criteria in Article 4.

2.3. Society Handbook: A compilation of the handover documents from previous committees.



3.1. The aims of the Society shall be:

3.1.(a) To provide a link between the Cambridge University and the industry

3.1.(b) To provide engineering-related educational opportunities that are not covered by the formal course.

3.1.(c) To inform members of the Society of relevant industrial developments and various career opportunities.

3.1.(d) To provide social functions for the Cambridge engineering students and those who are interested in engineering.

3.2. In pursuance of its aims the Society accepts sponsorship from companies, bodies and individuals of an engineering or otherwise technical nature.



4.1. Membership of the Society shall be open to all members of the University and any others who are interested in engineering.

4.2. The Society offers Life Membership or shorter fixed period membership. There shall be a membership fee payable on joining the Society. The membership fee shall be determined by the Committee.

4.3. The Committee has the right to decide whether it accepts an application for membership. It shall not reject an application for membership on the grounds of race, sexual orientation, religion or political views. It may, however, expel any member for behaviour likely to bring the Society into disrepute. All members shall have full voting rights at Society general meetings and elections.



5.1. The Executive Committee

5.1.(a) The day-to-day management of the Society’s affairs shall be in the hands of the Executive Committee.

5.1.(b) The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, the Vice-President, the Committee Director and the Junior Treasurer.

5.1.(c) There shall be a Senior Treasurer, who shall be a member of the Regent House or other person approved by the Junior Proctor. The Senior Treasurer shall be appointed by the elected members of the Executive Committee and shall be ex officio a member of the Executive Committee.

5.1.(d) The elected members of the Executive Committee shall all be full-time undergraduate or postgraduate students of the University of Cambridge.

5.1.(e) Meetings of the Committee shall be chaired by the President or in his or her absence the Vice-President. If neither the President nor Vice-President is present, the remaining members shall elect a chairperson for that meeting. The quorum for a meeting of the Committee shall be more than 80% of the Committee members and a written record of each meeting shall be kept.

5.2. The General Committee

5.2.(a) The roles and the responsibilities of each role of the Committee Members are subjected to changes every year in accordance to the Society’s need. The details are kept in the Society Handbook and must be followed.

5.3. The Elections

5.3.(a) The Executive Committee, except for the post of Senior Treasurer, shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), which should be held at the end of Lent Term. Nominations for the Executive Committee must be submitted to the President.

5.3.(b) The election shall be conducted using the Single Transferable Vote System.

5.3.(c) The posts of the Executive Committee (except for the Junior Treasurer) are only open to officers of the two most recent Committees and must have served a Full Tenure.

5.3.(d) The candidates for posts in the Executive Committee must obtain two nominations from the outgoing Committee, and at least one nomination must come from the outgoing Executive Committee. Each outgoing Executive Committee member can nominate only one candidate for each Executive Committee post.

5.3.(e) Should none of the Committee stand for one of the positions or the election result be a call for reopening of nominations, that position will be made open to the remaining members of the Society. The candidate for Executive Committee post still needs to be nominated in accordance with Article 5.3.(d) above.

5.3.(f) The Executive Committee members elected in the annual Lent election shall take office at the Board of Advisors meeting or by the end of Easter Full Term, whichever is sooner.

5.3.(g) The posts of the Executive Committee are only open to members of the Society.

5.4. Induction of General Committee members

5.4.(a) The posts in the General Committee, as defined in the Society Handbook, shall be open the Society members only.

5.4.(b) The posts of the General Committee shall be advertised publicly and university-wide, by the end of Lent term.

5.4.(c) Applications for the posts of the General Committee shall be submitted to the outgoing President.

5.4.(d) The applicants for the posts of the General Committee shall be interviewed by the end of Lent Term. The interviewers must include, but are not limited to: the outgoing President, the incoming President, and an outgoing Officer of that role.

5.4.(e) Interview outcomes should be communicated to the applicants by the end of Lent Term.

5.4.(f) After the interview outcomes, should any post remain unfilled, the unfilled posts are to be advertised publicly and university-wide. Subsequent applicants should be interviewed according to Article (4)d above.

5.4.(g) If any of the posts of the General Committee remain unfilled or become vacant after the Board of Advisors meeting or the end of Easter Full Term, the said post must advertised publicly and university-wide. The subsequent applicants should be interviewed by at least two members of the serving Executive Committee and appointed with consensus of all members of the serving Executive Committee.



6.1. The Society shall hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM) during each Academic year. The AGM shall be held in Cambridge at the end of the Lent Full Term. All Members shall be entitled to attend and vote at any General Meeting.

6.2. The AGM shall approve Minutes of the last General Meeting and the Society’s Accounts for the preceding year, elect the Committee for the year ahead and conduct such other business as is necessary.

6.2. An Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) may be held at any time during Full Term. It shall be held in Cambridge and may be called by the Executive Committee or at the written request of at least ten members. An EGM shall have the same powers as an AGM.



7.1. The Society shall maintain a banking account with a suitable Bank or Building Society to hold the Society’s funds.

7.2. It shall be the responsibility of the Junior Treasurer to ensure that monies received are properly accounted for and that the Society’s financial records are kept in good order.

7.3. Any authorised signatory of the banking account will be allowed to possess a debit/credit card on behalf of the Society.

7.4. The Senior Treasurer shall make arrangements for the Society’s accounts to be properly audited, either by himself or herself, or by some other person approved under University Ordinances.

7.5. The Senior Treasurer shall not be liable for any financial debt or other obligation of the Society unless he or she has personally authorised such a debt in writing.

7.6. For so long as the Society shall be Registered with the Junior Proctor, it shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to ensure that the Society complies with the requirements for Registration as a University Society.



8.1. The procedure for the amendment of the Constitution shall be that an appropriate motion must be passed by a General Meeting and ratified at a referendum. Where the amendment would remove an executive post, that change shall not come into effect until the end of the term of office of the current holder of the post.

8.2. No amendment to this Constitution intended to remove the position of Senior Treasurer, to alter its prerogatives and duties, or to change the criteria and procedure for the appointment of a Senior Treasurer can be put to a vote without the prior written agreement of the Junior Proctor of the University of Cambridge.



9.1. The Society’s only disciplinary sanctions are to expel or to suspend a member whose actions are felt to be such as to bring the Society into disrepute, or to adversely affect the smooth running of the Society in a major way. Such expulsion or suspension can only be effected by a majority vote of all Executive Committee members, excluding the Senior Treasurer. In the event of an expulsion, the excluded member is required to return all equipment, documents and finances belonging to the Society within 7 days. He/she will not be entitled to any full or partial refund of annual subscriptions.

9.2. If the excluded or suspended member wishes to appeal the decision, that appeal should be made to the Senior Treasurer, who will consider all the facts, and whose decision will be final. An appeal as to the process of exclusion, but not a further investigation into the facts, may be lodged with the Junior Proctor.



10.1. The Society may be dissolved at a General Meeting provided that at least Twenty-one days’ written notice of the intention to dissolve the Society has been given to the members. At least two thirds of those present and voting at the General Meeting must vote in favour of the motion for Dissolution for it to be effective.

10.2. On dissolution all assets of the Society shall be transferred to Engineers Without Borders, EWB U.K.



The Committee is responsible for publishing the following articles on the CUES website:

11.1. Names of the Committee members

11.2. The Constitution

11.3. Minutes of all meetings

Data Privacy

CUES Data Privacy Statement


This statement explains how the Cambridge University Engineering Society (“we”, “us” and “our”) handles and uses the personal information we collect about our members for processes relating to our operations and activities.

When changes are made to this statement, we will publish the updated version on our website and include a notice in the Cambridge University Engineering Society bulletin.

The controller for your personal information is the Cambridge University Engineering Society. The person responsible for data protection within our society is the Webmaster who can be contacted at webmaster@cues.org.uk. An additional contact for data protection queries is the President (president@cues.org.uk).

How we use your personal information

We collect and process your personal information for a number of purposes, including:

• Maintaining your personal details (e.g. your name, area of specialisation, college and preferred contact details), including ensuring effective communications with you.
• Keeping financial records (e.g. payment of your membership fees).
• Maintaining a formal record of your activities with us.
• Undertaking research into our activities.
• Managing complaints made to us.
• Managing society alumni relations and fundraising.

Our normal legal basis for processing your personal information is that we believe it is in our legitimate interests to do so, in order for the society to run effectively and efficiently, and as we only collect and use minimal information for the limited purposes listed here we do not consider that your own interests override ours. If we use your personal information outside of the purposes listed here, we will seek your consent to do so in advance.

We keep your personal information for as long as we need it, and usually for 1 year (or less) after your membership ceases.

How we share your personal information

Personal information is not normally shared outside of the society and its members. We share some of your personal information (email address) with our payment provider Lydia, only where there is a specific need to, including initial payment for membership.

We may also be subject to a legal requirement (with or without your consent) to share your personal information with the University or a government agency (such as the police or security services or other statutory authorities with investigatory powers) under special circumstances (e.g. relating to tax, crime or health and safety). Where feasible and appropriate, we will notify you of our intention to share such information in advance.

Your rights

You have the right to access the personal information that we hold about you. You also have the right to ask us to correct any inaccurate personal information we hold about you, to delete personal information, or otherwise restrict our processing, or to object to processing or communications, or to receive an electronic copy of the personal information you provided to us. Please note that all of these rights are qualified in various ways.

If you have questions or concerns about how your personal information is used, please contact us using the above details.

If you remain unhappy with the way your information is being handled, or with the response received from us, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF (https://ico.org.uk/).


Last updated: 12/05/2018



AECOM is an international, award-winning consultancy operating in a range of markets; including transportation, building design, environmental, energy and water. Listed in the fortune 500, and with over 47,000 employees across over 100 countries, AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that enhance and sustain the world’s built, natural and social environments.

At AECOM, our vision is to make the world a better place. With dedicated employees serving clients around the globe, AECOM is one of the largest and most respected providers of professional technical and management support services in the world. Combining local knowledge with global expertise, AECOM is a new type of consultancy that collaborates with communities and clients to deliver projects that enhance and sustain the world’s built, natural and social environments for our clients and the communities that we serve.

Formed from many of the world’s finest engineering, design, environmental and planning companies, AECOM provides fully integrated planning, design, civil engineering, environmental and programme management services to a broad range of markets including those in architecture, economics, transport planning and engineering, building structures and building services, water and energy.

Globally, AECOM is represented by more than 47,000 staff and is currently working on eight of the 18 largest civil infrastructure programmes in the world. Delivering creative and technical excellence, the AECOM team includes architects, engineers, landscape architects, planners, economists, environmental specialists, scientists, project and programme managers.

AECOM encourages career progression, rewards success and provides opportunities to gain Chartered status via approved training programmes. Support is provided via induction programmes, forums, mentors and our Training Academy. AECOM Europe Graduates benefit from a competitive salary and may also be eligible for flexible benefits giving the opportunity to select a package to suit individual needs. In addition to Graduate opportunities AECOM offer summer vacation work and industrial placements to undergraduates. These temporary assignments may last from approx 3 months to a year and could lead to winning undergraduate sponsorship.

AECOM are keen to hear from applicants from a wide range of disciplines particularly those with a degree in a relevant engineering or science-based subject.

For more information on jobs at AECOM please visit our careers or graduate websites.




Founded in 1990, ARM Holdings is the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier and as such is at the heart of the development of digital electronic products. Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, and employing over 1700 people, ARM has offices around the world, including design centers in France, India, Sweden, and the US. In just twenty years, over 15 billion ARM based chips have been shipped by OEMs. This includes over 600 processor licenses sold to more than 200 companies.

ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. ARM’s comprehensive product offering includes 32-bit RISC microprocessors, graphics processors, video engines, enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories, high-speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools. Combined with comprehensive design services, training, support and maintenance, and the company’s broad Partner community, they provide a total system solution that offers a fast, reliable path to market for leading electronics companies. With the diversity of ARM IP and the broad ecosystem of supporting silicon and software for ARM-based solutions, the world’s leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) use ARM technology in a wide variety of applications ranging from mobile handsets and digital set top boxes to car braking systems and network routers. Today ARM technology is used in more than 95% of the world’s mobile handsets and over one-quarter of all electronic devices!

The ARM business model involves the designing and licensing of IP rather than the manufacturing and selling of actual semiconductor chips. ARM licence IP to a network of partners, which includes some of the world’s leading semiconductor and systems companies. These Partners utilize ARM IP designs to create and manufacture system-on-chip designs, paying ARM a license fee for the original IP and a royalty on every chip or wafer produced. In addition to processor IP, we provide a range of tools, physical and systems IP to enable optimized system-on-chip designs.

Working at ARM is about working with the best people in the industry. ARM’s people strategy is to provide an engaging environment for ARM employees, where they can fully develop personal and collective potential, better than elsewhere. ARM actively encourages personal & career development, providing regular training opportunities in order for employees to fulfill their potential. Being such a diverse, dynamic and multinational company we can offer a wide spectrum of career paths, so no two days are the same. ARM as a company has received several awards about which you may learn.

If you are interested in finding out more about careers at ARM, please visit our careers site.




Founded in the UK in 2008, we have a global footprint with representation on every continent and offices across the world. We are on a mission to transform the way businesses communicate and collaborate by designing intuitive messaging, premium meeting and calling solutions.

In September, the company was named in the Gartner 2018 Magic Quadrant for Meeting Solutions and one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK by The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.

Our culture is built on collaboration, inclusion, creativity and support. This permeates everything we do, across all our teams and operations. We believe everyone at StarLeaf has a part to play in our success and that everyone should be rewarded for their contribution. This is why every single StarLeaf employee becomes a shareholder through the company’s share option scheme.




Our business is the exploration, production, refining, marketing, trading and distribution of energy, and we do it on a phenomenal scale. We own or part-own 16 refineries around the world, operate tens of thousands of miles of pipelines and run a fleet of more than 70 ships. We produce about 4 million barrels of oil equivalent per day and own world-leading brands, such as BP, Amoco, Aral and Castrol serving millions of customers each day. And in recent years, we’ve made profits of over $20 billion a year.

We recruit into three key disciplines: Engineering, Science or Business. Within each of these, there is a wide range of opportunities – from chemical engineering to geoscience, chemistry to finance, trading to drilling and completions engineering. Whether you’re based in Exploration & Production, Refining & Marketing, or within our corporate team, you will find the same support and encouragement to achieve new professional heights and beyond.

We look for drive, enthusiasm, ambition and the ability to think creatively and work well with others is essential. We are looking for people who are willing to learn and ready to make a difference. In addition to mobility and a minimum 2:1 degree classification in a relevant subject you’ll possess strong influencing, analytical and technical skills. If you want to understand more about what we look for and see whether you’re suited to life with BP, go to our website and use our self-assessment questionnaire.

To find out more and to apply, visit www.bp.com/ukgraduates.




Microsoft Research Cambridge is focused on three principal research objectives: to apply artificial intelligence to improve people’s lives; to invent intelligent infrastructure for the cloud; and to transform how we work by bringing humans and machines together in partnership.

Microsoft Research Cambridge is a leading light in one of the world’s largest, most respected software research organisations and is home to world-class expertise in artificial intelligence. Applying this expertise to healthcare is a major focus of the lab, which has established itself as a credible academic partner and source of technology transfer to Microsoft’s business worldwide. Researchers and engineers in the Cambridge lab, have produced contributions to some of Microsoft’s most successful products and services.


Procter & Gamble


Do you shave with a Gillette Fusion or Venus razor? Wash your hair with Pantene? Or wear a scent from Hugo Boss? Do you snack on Pringles when you chill out with friends? Wash your clothes with Ariel? Or feed your dog with Iams? You probably use Procter & Gamble products without even knowing it.

Four billion times a day, P&G brands touch the lives of people around the world. We’re the name behind some of the world’s most trusted, quality brands, from Gillette/Braun and Wella to Pampers. But you can do more than use our products: you could be creating, manufacturing, engineering, distributing, promoting or selling them.

The company has one of the strongest portfolios of trusted, quality, leadership brands, including Pampers®, Tide®, Ariel®, Always®, Whisper®, Pantene®, Mach3®, Bounty®, Dawn®, Gain®, Pringles®, Charmin®, Downy®, Lenor®, Iams®, Crest®, Oral-B®, Duracell®, Olay®, Head &Shoulders®, Wella®, Gillette®, Braun® and Fusion®.

The P&G community includes approximately 127,000 employees working in about 80 countries worldwide, many of which are in our supply chain of manufacturing, engineering and logistics (SNO) organisations. We can offer a huge array of careers in a flexible, inspiring and healthy environment. Right from the start, you’ll be making your mark, owning projects that touch the lives of consumers around the world and facing new challenges every day.

Please visit www.pgcareers.com for the latest news and in-depth information about careers available at P&G or contact James Elliott for more direct questions.


Rolls Royce


Rolls-Royce is a global company, providing integrated power solutions for customers in the aerospace, marine and energy markets. We do this thanks to minds like yours: the kind that can see the logical and the innovative, can analyse and inspire – and that love to think as well as get hands-on.

Join one of our graduate or internship programmes, and you could be involved in any of our latest ground-breaking innovations and global initiatives. To date, we’ve enabled land-speed records, designed the world’s most eco-friendly ships and powered nuclear submarines – our marine products are on 30,000 vessels. We’re the world leader in power for the offshore and gas industry – and as you read this, 400,000 people are flying in an aircraft powered by a Rolls-Royce engine.

By playing your part in our pursuit of better power for a changing world, you’ll be adding your talent to our knowledge and technology – so that together, we can develop the best solutions for customers and the environment. Think the next generation of technology – products the market will demand 10 or 20 years from now.

International opportunities

We’re a global organisation in every sense, with customers in 120 nations, 40% of our workforce outside the UK – and operations in 50 countries. Our graduate and undergraduate programmes take place worldwide, each destination offering its own selection of programmes. They’re designed to develop your skills and expertise to the very highest levels, working in an international environment for a company renowned worldwide for excellence, reliability and integrity.

In Europe you could join us in Finland, Germany, Norway, Poland, Sweden and UK. While in Asia-Pacific, you’ll find opportunities in China, India and Singapore. In North America, we’re in locations across Canada and the US. Wherever in the world you join us, this is your chance to work with some of the world’s finest professional and technical minds and play your part in the future of technology, innovation and responsible, low-impact power systems. So think global. Then think that bit beyond.

Structured Graduate Development Programmes

Our graduate development programmes give you immersive, hands-on experience through a structured number of rotations that vary in length. You’ll learn how the different parts of the business interact, gain an in-depth understanding and knowledge of your chosen area, working on live projects and get on and off-the-job training – preparing you for a future as an expert in your field, or broadening your skill base to develop your leadership experience.

Your career will take off from the moment you join us, with opportunities to improve your skills and abilities with every challenge you face. As each day passes, you’ll develop new skills and forge new relationships that will determine your career path – and ultimately, shape your future. Eventually, you’ll be ready to take on exciting opportunities all over the world in areas matching your skills and talent.

Choose to join us in Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Commercial, Customer Management, Purchasing, Planning and Control, Operations Management, Finance, Human Resources or Project Management. You’ll learn from some of the most respected, highly qualified people in the industry and be supported by individual mentors and development consultants.

You’ll also have access to an active support network of line managers, professional mentors, career coaches and our HR function – all on hand to help you get the most from your experiences and guide you towards the decisions that are right for you.

Please visit www.rolls-royce.com for more company and careers information.




Schlumberger is the leading oilfield services provider, trusted to deliver superior results and improved exploration and production performance for oil and gas companies around the world. Knowledge, technical innovation, and teamwork are at the center of who we are. Worldwide, our engineers, scientists, and specialists supply technology, project management, and information solutions to an industry that is vital to the global economy.

The company employs more than 105,000 people of over 140 nationalities working in more than 80 countries. Our belief that no culture has a monopoly on creativity has given us access to the best people no matter where they were born.

We offer three distinct career paths, and countless ways to learn more, do more, and experience more than you ever thought possible. We give you the training, the support, and the opportunities to make an impact. The rest is up to you: Field Engineering: It will test you physically as well as mentally. Research, Engineering, Manufacturing and Sustaining: It’s your chance to share ideas, win patents, and make a real impact. Petrotechnical: It’s where your expertise in petroleum and reservoir engineering, geophysics or similar can help shape the future of energy. We are interested in scientists and engineers of all disciplines.

Have a look on www.slb.com/careers for more information.




We are a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with around 101,000 employees in more than 90 countries and territories. Our innovative approach ensures we are ready to help tackle the challenges of the new energy future.

Shell makes a major contribution to the UK, not just through providing products and services to our customers, but also through employment, tax revenues and investment which boost the economy. We employ around 8,600 people directly in the UK.

Shell is a key provider of the energy that millions of people use for heating and powering the UK. Our Upstream business has been a leading player in the North Sea for over 30 years. In the UK sector of the North Sea, Shell has interests in more than 50 fields, operates more than 30 platform installations, 30 subsea installations, one FPSO vessel, three onshore gas plants and a marine terminal. Shell produces almost 15% of UK oil and gas on behalf of Shell and its co-venturers.

A career with Shell is more than just a day job. It’s an opportunity to join a company who tackle real world problems. Joining Shell means getting more out of your working life than you thought possible. For more information and career options please visit our careers site.




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.


Cambridge Consultants


ABOUT US: For 50 years, Cambridge Consultants has led the way in innovative product development. Our multi-disciplinary teams of Engineers and Scientists help our clients from every sector create world-changing products, and solve seemingly impossible problems. If you’re someone who craves that kind of variety and loves that kind of challenge, you’ll be in good company with us. Benefits include relocation assistance, pension plan, a free canteen, generous holiday allowance, comprehensive health care and travel insurance. And we share profits equitably across the company to reward achievement.

LOCATION: Cambridge, UK.

VACANCIES: We have a number of graduate vacancies for Mathematicians, Mechanical Engineers, Software Engineers, Product Designers, Physicists, Electronics Engineers, Analysts and Technology Consultants.

INTERNSHIPS OR WORK EXPERIENCE: We offer paid summer vacation internships. Interns gain invaluable hands-on experience by working alongside our staff on real projects. It’s also a chance to show us what you can do – internships can lead to a bursary award and the offer of a full-time job once you’ve completed your studies.

RECRUITMENT CRITERIA: We accept applications from undergraduates and postgraduates. You will have an excellent academic record with A Levels in relevant scientific or technical subjects and a good degree (minimum 2:1) in Engineering, Science or Mathematics.


jaguar Land Rover


Jaguar Land Rover is the ultimate destination for anyone wanting a career in the automotive industry, or simply for anyone wishing to work for a progressive and globally regarded organisation. We have a rich and enviable heritage, and because of our renown for engineering excellence and innovative design, a certain and exciting future.

Ever since Jaguar was born in 1935 and Land Rover in 1948, our two brands have defined and redefined what is possible. From the fade-free brakes that enabled the Jaguar C-types and D-types to triumph five times at Le Mans in the 1950s, to the radical combination of strength and comfort in the form of the first Range Rover in 1970, to the daring low carbon Evoque that we’ll release in 2011, we’ve made our name building vehicles others could only dream of. Our brands are admired, and our products desired, throughout the world.

In fact, we export nearly three-quarters of all vehicles we produce to over 170 countries around the globe. This is due to many factors, not least of which is our commitment to research and development. We invest more in research and development than anyone else in the UK automotive industry, and are ranked in the top ten across all sectors in the UK.

We are also equally committed to the 15,000 people who bring our products to life, a number that swells to over 70,000 when you include all the people in supply chain who work with our businesses. That’s why we not only offer an environment of constant stimulation, but we provide a culture of continual development and progression. One in which you can grow as much as a person as you can as a professional. All the while enjoying a rewards package that is second to none.

Become part of the Jaguar Land Rover team and you’ll find we are as dedicated to your needs as we are to our customers’. Not only do we provide a competitive salary and generous holiday entitlement, but we offer flexible working arrangements, various well-being initiatives and numerous facilities that include gyms, sports halls and crèches.

We will also support your ongoing development through extensive training and development programmes, assistance to help you achieve recognised vocational qualifications and continual exposure to challenging but exciting opportunities within the business. People join, and stay with us, for all sorts of reasons. Our famous brands. Our engineering excellence. Our reputation for nurturing the most exciting, fulfilling and diverse careers in the automotive industry. So no matter who you are, where you’re from or what your background, if you want a career helping to develop the next generation of award-winning vehicles, Jaguar Land Rover is the destination.

Please visit www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com for more careers information.


The Phoenix Partnership


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.