TARGETjobs, in collaboration with some of the best-known names in graduate recruitment – Ernst & Young, E.ON, Laing O’Rourke, Mayer Brown, EDF Energy, Mars, Nestle, Gazprom, Marks & Spencer, Barclays, Rolls-Royce and Enterprise Rent-A-Car – has launched the 2013
The rewards are great: winners’ prizes include internships and all-expenses paid trips to New York, Florida, Brazil, Borneo and continental Europe and the final 10 students in each Award will be invited to the Undergraduate of the Year Awards in Canary Wharf London on 19 April, 2013 where the winners will be announced.
There are 12 Awards up for grabs to identify the top undergraduates in Law, Arts and Humanities, Engineering, Construction Engineering and Design, IT and Computer Science, Maths and Economics, Management, Low Carbon plus three special Awards open to students from any discipline, one for undergraduates who have just finished their first year of study; one for those with leadership potential and one for those demonstrating ‘commercial excellence’.
In addition, there is a new Award this year for female undergraduates from all disciplines, sponsored by Rolls-Royce, who are keen to show that a top engineering company has very many opportunities for ambitious women.
There are more details about the Awards and how to enter at:
There are six awards. The first four are for technical/engineering undergraduates and the last two are for ANY DISCIPLINE:
1. The IT and Computer Science Undergraduate of the Year Award, sponsored by Marks & Spencer
Aimed at penultimate year students studying computer science, IT, electronics, electrical engineering, physics and related disciplines
2. The Construction Engineering and Design Undergraduate of the Year Award, sponsored by Laing O’Rourke
Aimed at penultimate year students studying civil, mechanical, electrical, or any related engineering degree
3. The Engineering Undergraduate of the Year Award, sponsored by E.ON
Aimed at pre-final year students studying mechanical and electrical engineering only
4. The Low Carbon Undergraduate of the Year Award, sponsored by EDF Energy
Aimed at pre-final year students studying engineering and physical sciences
5. The First Year of the Year Award, sponsored by Ernst and Young
Aimed at second year students studying any degree
6. The Undergraduate of the Year Award for Commercial Excellence, sponsored by Nestle
Aimed at penultimate year students studying any degree