Female undergraduate of the year
The TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year is an annual awards competition which aims to find the best undergraduates in the UK.
Rolls-Royce is very proud to sponsor the Female Undergraduate of the Year category for the fourth year running. Each year the competition has been fierce and our finalists have all had a huge range of experiences and have exciting careers ahead of them. We hope the Female Undergraduate of the Year 2016 will help to celebrate the success of the many impressive females in further education and that it will also inspire young females considering their next steps and future careers.
Our previous winners include Aleksandra Pedraszewska, Courtney Gill and Ella Jakubowska, and you can read all about their incredible experiences on our interns blog.
Are you the female undergraduate of the year?
We're searching the best universities in the UK to find the outstanding female undergraduate of the year. We're looking for a winning mix of personal skills, career motivation and an excellent academic record.
To enter you must:
- be female.
- have the right to work in the UK after graduation.
- be an undergraduate in your penultimate year (or second year if studying a 4 year degree).
- be expecting at least a 2.1.
- be available to accept a 2016 summer internship with Rolls-Royce.
- As part of the prize is a summer internship with Rolls Royce applicants will need to be available between 20 June - 26 August 2016.
Applications from any degree discipline are welcome, however Rolls-Royce encourage applicants from those studying supply chain, engineering, manufacturing and languages.
Closing date for entries is 28 January 2016.
Awards ceremony takes place on 22 April 2016 at Canary Wharf, London.
It’s not easy to win the Undergraduate of the Year Award and competition will be fierce. The process is demanding and only the truly outstanding and committed will make it to the last ten. For more information on the competition and how to apply, visit http://undergraduateoftheyear.com/female.
You can also find the award pages on Facebook and follow on Twitter