Welcome to the GE UK Hub

GE is transforming itself into the world's leading digital industrial company - bridging physical and analytical worlds, selling at scale in 175 countries with the best local leaders, and creating a better GE for employees and customers. GE has been operating in the UK since the 1930s. Read more »

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  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
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Undergrad intake: 320+
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Patrick Omeara

Edison Engineering Development Programme

"The Edison programme is a programme like no other"

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Sama Kanbour

Digital Technology Leadership Programme

"worked on localised needs in Qatar that scaled to 12 Oil & Gas services shops and addressed a massive unmet global demand within a few months!"

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GE Careers Blog. Supporting Life Science Innovation: An Interview...

Interview conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, MA (Cantab) What is the Innovation Village and why is it being set up by GE Healthcare? We are very interested in accessing innovation and technology, but we can't hope to do everything ourselves. One way for us to do this is to set up the Innovation Village, to provide space for entrepreneurs and innovators in South Wales. They may use desk space, for example, while they build a business plan and eventually they would be able to use lab space,...

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GE Careers Blog. How companies are changing old ways to attract...

Frequent promotions and raises. Supportive environments. Transparency. Flexible schedules. Who doesn't want those things at work? But until Millennials came along, employers weren't exactly heeding the call. Now many are - even traditional blue chips like General Electric. Millennials, according to various estimates, will make up a majority of the workforce after 2020 - a stat that's not lost on employers. At some companies the shift is even more dramatic. Consulting firm PwC estimates that...

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