UK based Aerospace and Artificial Intelligence (AAI) research company based in Cardiff, working to push the boundaries in low-cost rocket propulsion systems. They offer expert technical guidance as well as an extremely generous financial contribution to bring our ideas to life.
Granter provide R&D Tax claim expertise in a wide range of engineering industries - from Aerospace and Automotive to Agriculture and Construction. They also work to limit their environmental footprint in all aspects of their business operations, and help industries optimise their processes.
Granter are providing us with Gold sponsorship of our National teams, including the Satellite Design Competition, UK Rocket, UK Rover, and Mach-22 teams.
Total Carbide is the leading European manufacturer of sintered Tungsten Carbide wear parts. Their global customer base covering over 40 different industries has made them develop a unique approach to ensure their products and services will exceed specification based on constant evaluation.
Airbus Defence and Space is a division of Airbus responsible for defence and aerospace products and services. It is the world's second largest space company and one of the top ten defence companies in the world. They have been offering expert technical guidance as well as an extremely valuable networking contribution to bring our ideas to life.
Grass Roots is the Engineering & Technology Youth Empowerment team at RS Components. They want to develop the future Engineering workforce by supporting everyone from first-year students through to aspiring entrepreneurs. They create valuable opportunities, activities & experiences for students and young people all around the world, aiming to bridge the gap between university & the workplace.
The CSA is a democratic body that involves students at every level of its decision making – and every year we hold elections when you vote to elect the Student Executive Committees at Cranfield and Shrivenham campuses to represent you and campaign on issues that affect you.
Cranfield University has remained consistently in the top 50 in QS World University Rankings for the last 7 years in the fields of Mechanical, Aeronautics and Manufacturing Engineering, being the 4th UK University after Oxford, Cambridge, and Imperial College London. Last year Cranfield received the sixth Queen’s Anniversary Prize, which is the highest award in the UK for higher educational institutions.