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Graduate Recruitment

We have a history of success in producing high calibre graduates, whose well-rounded skills are highly valued by employers within not only the Engineering industries, but also in many other fields such as IT, Finance and Consultancy Services.

We are always keen to develop strategic partnerships with companies to assist our students in their development while they are here as well as to enable them to progress once they have left us. For example our BEng and MEng programmes can be taken as a sandwich programme involving an additional year spent in a company before the final year of the degree. The department also supports the Year in Industry scheme, which places students in relevant jobs for one year before the start of the degree programme.

Through partnering with us companies are able to gain the following benefits:

  • An opportunity to recruit final year engineering students. We can arrange a seminar or presentation session here for you to meet and talk directly to them
  • An opportunity to recruit our students for internship during summer or for a sandwich year. We now offer an exciting 2 year MSc degree where the second year is spent in industry in the UK or overseas, whilst students work on an industry focused research project

In return, we look for support either in the form of scholarships for new students or for prizes for our graduates.

Mala Mohindru, Employer Services and Events Officer for UCL Engineering, is available to help with all aspects of your relationship with the Engineering Faculty, from designing custom events to inform students about your field to connecting you with the best candidates for your vacancies. You can read about how we work with employers to help our students here:
Employer Services and Events Officer for UCL Engineering
Mala Mohindru
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