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Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Michigan, manufactures or distributes vehicles across six continents.

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Ford is one of the world's largest motor manufacturers.
We have operations capacity to produce over two million engines.
A Ford vehicle is sold every 72 seconds. In total, we have sold 436,317 vehicles in the UK.
Ford has 65 plants worldwide.

Placements / Internships (8)

Graduate Opportunities (4)

Rea Manesi

IT Graduate

"My main responsibilities right now are around project management, however, I do have the chance to be involved in application development tasks."

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Ford to test vehicles in most extreme conditions

Multi-million pound 'Weather Factory' to open in Germany. Ford will soon be able to test its vehicles in the most extreme conditions in its new multi-million pound testing facility. The ‘Weather Factory’ will enable engineers to test forthcoming vehicles in the most demanding conditions from around the world: altitudes higher than the tallest Alpine peak, vehicle and wind speed of up to 155mph, snow, glaring sunlight and rain. It will be the first facility of its kind to simulate...

Emer Collopy

IT Graduate

"It's hard to describe a "typical day" since every day is so different."

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Ford to Invest £181m in Bridgend Engine Plant

The investment will see the plant produce a range of all-new, technologically-advanced petrol engines. Ford is to invest £181 million at its Bridgend engine plant in South Wales to produce a range of all-new, technologically-advanced petrol engines. The Welsh government is providing £14.7 million, with production planned to start in late 2018. The new engines were designed and developed by teams at the Ford Dunton Technical Centre in Essex, as well as Ford’s Technical...

Autonomous Ford uses LIDAR technology to see in the dark

Ford's Fusion Hybrid has demonstrated the capability of autonomous cars to perform beyond the limits of human drivers Ford has begun the testing of its Fusion Hybrid autonomous research vehicles at night, in complete darkness, as part of LiDAR sensor development – demonstrating the capability to perform beyond the limits of human drivers. The testing, which has taken place at Ford Arizona Proving Ground, shows how the company’s use of LiDAR technology and 3D maps work in...