Important notice: The information on this page is not a definitive list of companies offering sponsorship. The companies listed here specifically mention sponsorship on their website. If a company you are interested in is not listed here, please check their website, or contact them directly to enquire about sponsorship opportunities.

Companies offer different types and levels of sponsorship, ranging from support throughout the duration of your course, to sponsorship for your final year after completing an industrial placement.

For full details of eligibility and when sponsorship is offered, visit the company website, or contact the company direct.

BAE Systems

BAE Systems may offer sponsorship after the successful completion of an industrial placement with the company. Placements are available to students in finance, engineering and business-related functions of the company.

For full details and how to apply, visit the industrial placements section of the company website:
www.baesystems.com/Graduates

Corus Group

Corus may offer sponsorship after the successful completion of a placement of three months or longer.

Corus offer placements in a number of disciplines, including engineering; metallurgy and process technology; research and development; finance; logistics; HR; commercial, and more.

For full details and to apply, visit the company website:
www.tatasteeleurope.com/en/careers/graduates_and_placements

Countryside Properties Plc

Countryside Properties offer sponsorship as part of their Training Academy. The sponsorship includes six weeks' paid work experience each summer and support during your studies.

For full details and information about eligible degree subjects, visit the company website:
www.countryside-properties-corporate.com/introduction-careers

National Grid

National Grid may offer sponsorship after the successful completion of a year in industry or an industrial with the company.

Placements are offered in a wide range of areas, including engineering; commere; finance; IT; human resources; supply chain management; communications, and safety, health and the environment.

For full details and to apply, visit the company website:
www.nationalgridcareers.com

Royal Air Force (RAF)

The RAF offers a range of sponsorship opportunities open to students from any degree and some for specific degree subjects, including medicine and dentistry.

Sponsored students are expected to join either the University Air Squadron or the university military support unit. Upon completion of their degree, students are expected to commit to join the RAF for a minimum period of service (length varies dependent upon role).

Applications should be made through the RAF senior careers liaison officer, contactable via the university careers office or at any Armed Forces Careers Office. Further information can be found online:
www.raf.mod.uk/sponsor

Royal Navy and Royal Marines

A range of sponsorship opportunities are available from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines for students from any degree, and some for specific degrees, including engineering, medicine and dentistry.

All of the sponsorship schemes require a certain period of service within the Royal Navy as part of their terms and conditions (length varies dependent upon role).

For full details and how to apply, visit the website:
www.royal-navy.mod.uk/careers/training-education/sponsorship.htm

The Army

The Army offers a range of sponsorship opportunities, including the Undergraduate Bursary Scheme for students on any degree course, and the Undergraduate Cadetship Scheme for medical and dentistry students.

Upon completion of their degree, students are expected to commit to join the Army for a minimum period of service (length varies dependent upon role).

For full details of these schemes and how to apply, visit the website or contact your local Army Careers Office:
www.army.mod.uk/join/join.aspx