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Nissan WISE Event

Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK


We wish to invite women studying Engineering disciplines to visit the Nissan Sunderland site where they can learn more about the graduate & placement career opportunities we offer, this is in association with the WISE Campaign.


Our STEM placements have been a great success in the past – they’ve produced some of our very best graduates. So, if you’re interested in finding out more please read below about the event we’re organising and book on today!


Date: 15th November

Time: Various times available

Location: Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK, Washington Road, Sunderland, SR5 3NS (please report to main gate security on arrival, it is your responsibility to travel to the plant)


Click HERE to confirm your time slot. Password to access is NISSAN2017. Please use your university email to confirm your attendance.


Places for this event are limited so if you are unable to confirm your attendance this means that slot is full. Please email and we will look to invite you to the next available opening.


The agenda will be:

  • Presentation given by HR explaining the Graduate & Placement Opportunities we have at Nissan, Sunderland in Engineering Disciplines
  • Presentation given by current Women in Engineering Roles at Nissan, Sunderland who came through the Graduate or Placement route – here you  can hear first-hand their experiences and stories
  • Tour of our Production Line – bespoke visit to one of the largest car plants in the UK. See directly how the Qashqui, Juke, Infiniti Q30 and Leaf are assembled using synchronised production


Please note it is your responsibility to make your own way to the production site.


Event Details

Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK
Washington Road


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