How do MET graduates progress in the long run?

MET Prepares students for leadership positions within industry and commerce. The list below gives an indication of how the career of a typical MET graduate might progess.


Graduates within the last 5 years:

Diageo Plc: Rosie McTavish, Supply Innovation Manager

GKN Aerospace: James Stewart, Programme Manager

Procter & Gamble Baby Care: Rhea Flarry, Technology Leader

Save the Children: Louise Bloom, Logistics Officer


Graduates within the last 10 years:

The Economist: Lucy Melford, Global Marketing Services Director

Kettle Foods: Andrew Hesp, Strategic Analyst

Honeywell Turbo Technologies: Peter Hill, Operations Manager

McKinsey & Co: Daryl Spelman, Engagement Manager

Dyson Ltd: James Widdowson, Product Performance Manager


Graduates within the last 15 years:

Innocent Ltd: Jonathan Wright Co-founder

Ford Motor Company: Jonathan Buttress, Launch Leader, Taiwan

Procter and Gamble: Rosemary A Diaz, Purchasing Group Manager

Diageo UDV: Alison M Forrestal, Commercial Strategy Director

Unilever: Alexander W Gondris, Customer Logistics Director

Rolls-Royce: Eddy Higgs, Supply Chain Development Executive – Turbines

Vodafone Limited: Olly Kelly, Strategy Executive

Orange PCS Ltd: Ciaran Quinn, Head of Planning & Analysis

Fujitsu Services Ltd: Stuart Rye,Managing Consultant


Graduates within the last 20 years:

Arup: Graham Bolton, Director

Kelloggs Company Ltd: Richard Burkinshaw, IT Director

BP: Christopher Doran, Engineering Advisor

Mars Food Australia: Nick Hazell, R&D Director

The Boston Consulting Group: Thomas King, Vice President – Director

Philips Consumer Communications: Gordon Pope, General Manager


Graduates within the last 25 years:

Cambridge Design Partnership: Mike Cane, Founder

Lola Cars International Ltd: Julian Cooper, Chief Engineer

The Boston Beer Company: Martin Roper, President

AOL UK Ltd: David Wolffe, Chief Financial Officer


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