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At Jaguar Land Rover, we have an academy of lifelong learning to address the needs of an ever-evolving world. Today's curious young minds are tomorrow's engineers, designers, business leaders and innovators. Read more »

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Jaguar was born in 1935 and Land Rover in 1948.
Operating Land Rover in over 170 countries and Jaguar in 98.
32,000 people bring our products to life, 130,000 when you include our supply chain.
Every year 75% of our vehicles are sold abroad.
Two thirds of the vehicles we have released across the globe since 1948 are still going strong.
We invest £1.5 billion in research and development each year.
We aim to reach full vehicle verification exclusively through digital simulation by 2020.
Over 12,000 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.

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Claire Freeman

Aero-Acoustic CFD

"At Jaguar Land Rover I’ve enjoyed lots and lots of things: the challenge of my job, the responsibilities I’ve been given, the travel I’ve had the opportunity to do and especially the friends I’ve made."

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Lindsay Kerr

Graduate Engineer

"The training I've received from Jaguar Land Rover has been fantastic, from simply things like the graduate induction and seeing all the fantastic opportunities I can have within the company, to technical report writing courses..."

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Jaguar Land Rover reimagines the future of modern luxury by design

At the heart of its Reimagine plan will be the electrification of both Land Rover and Jaguar brands on separate architectures with two clear, unique personalities.

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3D printed protective visors for NHS staff on the coronavirus...

Jaguar Land Rover will be turning over its prototype build operations to start production of protective visors for key workers, utilising its CAD design expertise to answer the government call for more vital equipment to fight coronavirus.

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