UAS Challenge


Become a sponsor or partner

Get involved with the Institution's UAS Challenge.

This is a remarkable opportunity for industry leaders to join hands with us to support and uphold the future of young aspiring graduates by enabling them to gain real-industry experience, practical employability skills and enhanced business and people skills, all within a set time-frame. 

As a partner you can provide one of the many services we use for the competition, ranging from media to catering.

Why be a sponsor or partner?

  • Meet young engineering graduates who are top of the class - ideal candidates for prospective recruitment
  • Mentor throughout a 9-month period
  • Deliver profiled and relevant brand exposure
  • Showcase your own services
  • Share PR and promotional testimonials and stories
  • Support and give back to the engineering community by raising the profile of aerospace and innovation
  • Drive your STEM engagement via our STEM outreach programme

UAS Challenge benefits

  • 500,000 IMechE social media followers
  • 120,000+ IMechE members
  • 300 attendees - focused and engaged enthusiasts, professionals and participants at the event
  • 4350 student competitors - connect and recruit from a pool of highly skilled graduates
  • 50+ industry leaders and subject experts
  • 5 days - host the winning team at your corporate offices

At the Final

You will:

  • Be on the judging panel for business case presentations
  • Be invited to a networking event with competition participants and officials
  • Have the opportunity to present a winning category at the awards ceremony
  • Be provided with an exhibition space and the opportunity to share marketing materials
  • Engage with local schools via our STEM outreach programme
All of our sponsorship packages are fully customisable. To discuss, please contact

Get in touch

Contact with Daniel Anglin to find out how we can connect your organisation with the engineering talent of the future.

Join the conversation

UAS Facebook UAS Twitter Google Photos Flickr

Challenge Sponsors and Partners

Working in collaboration with