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NATS named as a top undergraduate employer

Posted 2 March 2020 · Add Comment

The UKís leading resource for students seeking work experience, RateMyPlacement, has ranked NATS in the top 50 undergraduate employers.



Above:
Vicky Newhouse, NATS’ Early Careers Manager.
Courtesy NATS


Announced at the National Undergraduate Employability Awards 2020, the Top Undergraduate Employers list recognises employers who offer the best professional work experience for students.

Entry criteria is based upon student feedback covering everything from placements and internships to short-term work experience. Students answered 15 questions on their roles, company culture and social aspects of their jobs before NATS was ranked as #49.

Vicky Newhouse, NATS’ Early Careers Manager, said: “This is a brilliant achievement which recognises the incredible opportunities for undergraduates that we have at NATS.

“At NATS we offer the opportunity to work on stretching, challenging and unique projects, and we welcome the thought innovation that students can bring to an organisation like ours.  I am glad that students are recognising the huge range of options and possibilities within NATS.”

From Supply Chain and Human Resources to Airspace Design and Engineering, NATS offers a range of exciting short and long-term placements for students to put theory into practice.

RateMyPlacement is a platform for students to get peer-to-peer feedback on what it’s really like to do a placement or internship with more than 2500 companies in the UK.

Oliver Sidwell, RMP co-founder, said: "RateMyPlacement would like to congratulate NATS for ranking as a Top 100 Undergraduate Employer for 2020-21. The Top 100 are a who’s who of the best employers in the undergraduate market, based on thousands of insightful student-written reviews – welcome back."

The prestigious Top Undergraduate Employer table is now in its eleventh year and will be announced to undergraduates from September 2020 in line with the start of the academic year.


NATS’ Early Careers opportunities are explained online at:
www.nats.aero/careers   

 

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