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Alloyed (formerly OxMet Technologies) delivers next generation performance for metal components through its unique stack of technologies.
From the development and production of superior and customised alloys for traditional and additive manufacturing, unprecedented AM process optimisation and process control, through to the production of metal parts, Alloyed offers industry leading technologies, expertise, and experience.
Nucleargraduates offer a ground-breaking graduate programme that is sponsored by organisations across the nuclear industry such as Rolls-Royce, and Sellafield Ltd. It’s a two-year programme, starting after you leave university, where you get to work at three separate leading organisations out of a diverse range from within the industry.
Subject to the requirements of your initial sponsoring organisation, you get to choose where you go on your secondments and what training you receive – each participant’s programme is entirely bespoke to them. They seek extraordinary individuals with strong communication skills and problem solving ability, who can adapt to any situation, for a lifetime of opportunity.
Zotefoams plc is a pioneer in cellular materials with a legacy of innovation that stretches back to 1921. Zotefoams is the world’s largest manufacturer of lightweight cross-linked polyolefin block foams and additionally sells and licenses high-performance products and microcellular materials technology.
Their products are used extensively across a range of markets worldwide including automotive, aerospace, packaging, industrial parts, marine, building and construction, military, medical and sports and leisure.
Based in Croydon, UK, Zotefoams is a rapidly growing business with opportunities for Materials Engineers throughout its technical, commercial and operations functions.
BP’s motivation is developing and producing energy resources that benefit people all over the world. They are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is achievable, and demanding more of the resources we use in an effort to create a more sustainable future.
BP take on graduates and interns at every stage of the energy life cycle. For graduates, our 2-3 year ‘Challenge’ and integrated supply and trading (IST) programmes will give you the skills and experience you need to succeed – whatever field you’re in. For penultimate-year undergraduates and postgraduates, the paid internships last for a full 12 months or for 11 weeks over the summer months – giving you a chance to gain valuable insights into how BP works as a business.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with an average of 86,000 employees in more than 70 countries.
They have operated in the UK since 1897. Their business has been built on a foundation of innovative technology and skilled employees. By providing energy to sustain people’s lives over 125 years, Shell has become one of the world’s leading companies. They have done so by evolving to meet the needs of our customers. Shell run a variety of student and graduate programmes.