Here at BAE Systems despite the current restrictions we are really keen to stay connected and engage with young people to help answer their questions about careers and provide an insight into our world of early careers apprentice, undergraduate and graduate programmes.


We wanted to share with you a couple of events we are proud to be part of in the next week and also provide you with a first glimpse of our brand new webpage “Inside the ideas Factory,” developed to help illustrate the future world of work. Check out the three opportunities below and please share on.


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National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support young people leaving education.


This year, from 1st – 6th March, we are really pleased to be part of this fantastic event and will be offering students the chance to come and learn more about what we do and who we are at BAE Systems. At this Virtual Careers Fair you are able to schedule students to visit us where they can try out our exciting STEM activities and learn more about our cutting edge programmes and technology here at BAE Systems.


If you’d like to come along to this event and find out more, please visit and


Generation Tempest & Factory of the Future

Two ground breaking projects we are working on at BAE Systems is Generation Tempest and Factory of the Future. Both projects will feature in our virtual careers space during National Careers Week. You can visit our Generation Tempest webpage, where we’ve recently launched our ‘Inside the Ideas Factory’ campaign. Voiced by members of our current apprentice population, these animations help to bring to life what could be possible with a career in STEM, and help show that if you join a BAE Systems early careers scheme, you won’t just be building your future, you’ll be building the future.




Find a future in STEM
BAE Systems are pleased to be at the upcoming virtual careers fair, STEM Ambassadors: Illuminating Careers. Join us and 25 other national employers to explore careers in a wide range of STEM Industries from engineering to healthcare, and finance to research.

An interactive event taking place from 1 - 5 March, young people can chat live to STEM Ambassadors from BAE Systems to ask questions and gain insight into careers in Engineering, Technology and more.

Free to attend and ideal for students aged 11-19, the fair can be accessed online at any time. STEM Ambassador Q&A sessions run in a secure environment from 10-11am and 2-3pm each day.


Students can sign up here

Register for the Careers in Nursing Virtual Taster Day here. 



To mark International Women's Day 2021, the Royal Air Force (RAF) in partnership with Amazing Apprenticeships, will be running an exclusive free webinar for students in Years 10-13, to explore the incredible apprenticeship and career opportunities available for them.

Join them on 8th March at 2 - 3.30pm to hear from Ambassadors and recruitment staff within different areas of the RAF. The webinar will include an engaging mix of presentations, interactive workshops and valuable Q&A opportunities with a panel of RAF Ambassadors.

The RAF offers a wide variety of apprenticeships, which have great benefits and long-term career opportunities. With diverse and challenging careers available in everything from Communications and Intelligence to Technical and Engineering, the RAF remains one of the largest providers of apprenticeships in the UK.

To register click this link. 


Dentistry Event Poster 20.02.21

STEM & Medical Sciences Work Experience
Ages 12-18 | 'Live Online' or In-Person at UCL

Architecture | Computer Science | Dentistry | Engineering | Investment Banking | Medicine | Psychology | Veterinary Medicine

Supercharge your students' potential today. Hands-on, immersive career experiences now available in 8 STEM-related industries.

Register now for a unique opportunity to work alongside experienced engineers, doctors, psychologists, vets and others this term. Students can choose to attend 'Live Online' before Easter or in-person later in April. Our in-person events have strict COVID measures in place.

Register Now (Ages 15-18)


Register Now (Ages 12-14)





Applications for work experience with Lancashire Teaching Hospitals are accepted January, February, May and September. 

STEM-Related Work
Experience for Ages 12 to 18


Architecture | Computer Science | Dentistry | Engineering | Investment Banking | Medicine | Psychology | Veterinary Medicine


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How do you get into Medical School?

We've produced a really useful guide for your students interested in studying medicine at university. It's completely free so feel free to link to it below or forward onto your students considering medicine who are aged 14-17.

It covers all the questions we usually get asked by students surrounding the application process to med school from personal statements to interviews, UKCAT examinations, work experience and A-level questions. 

Here's the link:

We hope it can be useful to your students considering careers in medicine and that it can be added to your school resources list. We also welcome any questions from your budding medics anytime!

Best Regards 

Jasmine Little

The PremedProjects Team