Female Undergraduate of the Year
Applications are now closed
Thank you to everybody who entered the competition and congratulations to those who were shortlisted and recently attended our assessment centre in Derby.
We were hugely impressed with the quality of all those shortlisted but a special congratulations goes out to our top ten candidates who will be attending the gala event in Canary Wharf, London on 25 April, 2014.The rewards are great: the winner will be awarded a ten week paid summer internship with Rolls-Royce, including one or two weeks at a European facility, plus a fantastic opportunity to shadow a senior female manager for a day and an Apple iPad.
You can find out a bit more information about our top ten finalists below, including why they decided to apply and how they have found the experience so far. We’ll also be announcing the winner after the gala event on 25 April, 2014 so watch this space.
You can also find more information at http://undergraduateoftheyear.com/female
About the award
Rolls-Royce is very proud to be sponsoring this award again as the volume and quality of applications we received for last year's award was incredible. Our 10 finalists had a huge range of experience and all have exciting careers ahead of them.
Ella Jakubowska, our overall winner last year, won a ten week paid summer internship in Customer Management with us as part of her prize and began her internship with us on 24 June 2013 - joining over 180 other interns at our induction day in Derby. To find out more about her experience as our Female Undergraduate of the Year, you can read her blog: www.femaleundergraduateoftheyear.wordpress.com
Ella thoroughly enjoyed her experience with Rolls-Royce and has been offered, and accepted, a place on our graduate customer management programme when she finishes her studies later this year. You can visit our internship pages to find out more information on how to become an intern at Rolls-Royce and the exciting opportunities we offer.
University of York
Courtney R. Gill
University of Cambridge
University College London
Cass Business School
Aston University, Birmingham
University of Manchester
University of Sheffield
University of Oxford
University of Strathclyde