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Employees rate Bristol 10.2% higher than the overall average
I worked at Rolls-Royce as an intern (Less than a year)
Everyone is very friendly, there are lots of other interns so it's a very sociable internship.
Get to work on some interesting products and also get to see a lot of the technology that goes into their products (tours of factories etc)
Pace of work was up and down depending on project timescale
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Bristol, England) in September 2012.
Strong application, take time to learn company history, production areas, and spend more than one session writing the application. Do not copy online answers. Assessment day, make sure you know how an engine works, knowing anything about the company as it may come up. Be heard in the group interview, don't give up in the technical interview, they don't expect you to know the answers they expect you to make intelligent guesses.