Welcome to the Tata Steel Hub

If you’re looking for a career that’s truly world-class, Tata Steel offers graduate and placement opportunities on a different scale. It’s a chance to join a global network, and be part of an exceptional commercial organisation that thrives on innovation and challenge.  Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
Undergrad intake: 50+
Graduate intake: 100+
We employ over 80,000 people worldwide.
The Tata Group of Companies has business operations in seven defined sectors.
We have a crude steel production capacity of over 28 million tonnes.
We have operations in 26 countries and commercial offices in over 35 countries.
Tata Steel was established in 1907 and the first ingot of steel was made in India in 1912.
Corus joined the Tata Steel family in April 2007.
Over 4,300 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
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Muhammad Waqar Manzoor

Material Science

"As a science student, metals, especially steel, fascinated me very much. So, it was natural for me to apply to a large, reputable company such as Tata Steel."

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Lifen Deng

PhD in Material Science

"Tata Steel is one of the largest steel producers and with my background in metallurgy I saw joining the Research Centre as a solid foundation for my research career."

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Tata Steel recruits new talent for future steelmaking in the UK

Tata Steel has welcomed its latest crop of apprentices and graduates to help it build a robust and sustainable business in the UK.

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The future is electric, the future is steel

Over the next 30 years we believe the value of steel required for car production will increase as manufacturers shift towards using cutting-edge steels. As a manufacturer of premium quality steel products we will continue to develop new innovative steels for the car of the future.

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