in Defence

Morgan recruits its highest number of female graduates

Posted 14 March 2017 · Add Comment

At a time when UK industry is reportedly losing 50,000 talented young girls a year from science, technology and engineering jobs, one materials manufacturer is reversing the trend after recruiting a record number of females onto its Graduate Leadership Programme.

Morgan Advanced Materials, which specialises in the development and application of advanced material technologies, has announced more than 50% of its latest graduate intake is comprised of women from all over Europe.

This is a significant increase on the company’s previous graduate recruitment campaign of which 20% of recruits were female.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

NATS signs cooperation agreement with HungaroControl

The UK-based air traffic services provider, NATS, has signed an agreement with its Hungarian counterpart, HungaroControl, with the view to collaborating on digital tower projects around the world.

Babcock supporting small businesses with Innovation Zone

Babcock International is offering start–ups and small businesses the unique opportunity to showcase their latest innovations in the Babcock Innovation Zone at the Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) conference and exhibition in

Defence Secretary announces £3.7m Ajax threat detection deal

The Defence Secretary has announced a £3.7 million deal to equip the Army’s next generation armoured vehicle with the latest in automated threat warning systems.

Jacksons Fencing secures defence assets at Portsmouth Naval Base

Jacksons Fencing has installed high security solutions at Portsmouth Naval Base, including Princess Royal Jetty, the shared border with the historic HMS Warrior 1980, an iconic harrier jump jet display and the base’s main entrance at

Aeroco to double the size of its new facility

Due to growth in customer demand, aircraft cabin and component maintenance specialist, Aeroco Group International, has announced further investment plans that will double the size of its brand-new state of the art facility.

UKspace welcomes the Space Industry Bill passing into law

UKspace welcomes the passing into law of the Space Industry Bill which not only puts in place the enabling legislation to allow space flight from UK soil, it also modernises the existing UK space law keeping pace with technology trends and

Aviation Africa SK18418
See us at
SMI FAVWSBT1402060618SMI HelicopterTBT1402240518Aviation Africa BT18418FIL18 BT111017220718SMI FAVSABT2411120418