Jack Wills creates Fabulously British goods for the university crowd. Drawing inspiration from Britain’s rich history and culture, juxtaposed with a heavy dose of the hedonistic university lifestyle, we create authentic and relevant clothing for today. This is our third year as a Varsity Match supporter and we are very proud to be a part of such a historic and Fabulously British sporting event www.jackwills.com

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EY is one of the world’s leading professional services organisations, with ambitious plans to grow significantly while pursuing our goal of building a better working world. We are seeking driven, ambitious graduates who want a stimulating and challenging start to their careers.

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is one of a handful of leading international law firms, with offices across the world. Our clients are mainly big commercial businesses whose names are well-known. The type of work we do divides into helping clients achieve what they want through doing deals, advising them on real and potential problems, and helping them sort out their disputes. Our practice is very diverse, and constantly changing to meet our clients’ evolving needs.

Clients look to the firm to be able to answer any legal or regulatory questions that confront them. Organisationally, the firm’s lawyers work in one of eight departments: corporate; finance; dispute resolution; real estate; intellectual property/IT; tax; employment, pensions and benefits; and antitrust, competition and trade. For more information, please visit www.freshfields.com.

Champagne Pol Roger has been producing exceptional champagne for over 160 years. To this day the house remains small, family-owned, fiercely independent and unrivalled in its reputation for quality. Indeed, it is this quality which brought about Sir Winston Churchill’s lifelong attachment to Pol Roger, who famously insisted "In defeat I need it, in victory I deserve it".

Maison Pol Roger owns 88 hectares of vineyards on prime sites in the Vallée d'Epernay and on the Côte des Blancs. Its cellars run for 7km and are on three levels, the deepest known as the ‘cave de prise de mousse' at 33m below street level. As the name suggests this is where the wine undergoes its secondary fermentation in bottle. The fact that this deep cellar is at 9o or less, rather than a normal cellar temperature of 11-12o, prolongs this fermentation and contributes to the quality and particular style of the wines and their famously fine bubbles. For more information, please visit www.polroger.co.uk/.

The story of Glenfarclas is as rich and colourful as the whisky which bears its name. It is the story of one family, the Grants, who since 1865 have been united in creating a range of outstanding Speyside Single Malts. The company remains to this day in family hands with 5th generation John Grant the current Chairman.

To produce Glenfarclas, literally ‘Glen of the Green Grassland', three essential ingredients are required: pure spring water, malted barley and yeast. The distillery nestles at the foot of the 814 metre high Ben Rinnes mountain which rears up dramatically behind the distillery and it is from here that the melting snows of winter seep down through the peat, deep into the granite below rising up as pure, crystal clear spring water, soft and slightly acidic, ideal for making whisky.

Glenfarclas is renowned for its unrivalled stocks of maturing Single Highland Malt Whisky in the traditional Speyside style, with a heavy Sherry influence. They produce a wide range of expressions from the mouth-watering freshness of the 10 Years Old, to whiskies dating back to 1953. One of the delights of Glenfarclas is exploring the subtle differences between the different expressions. For more information, please visit www.glenfarclas.co.uk.

Shepherd Neame is a Kent-based family brewery which operates more than 350 pubs, inns and hotels across London and the South East. Established in 1698, it is Britain's oldest brewer and the country’s 19th oldest company. It is based in the heart of hop country, in the medieval market town of Faversham.

The brewery’s famed Spitfire and Bishops Finger boast EU protection as ‘Kentish ales’. The company also brews some of the world’s most dynamic lagers under licence, including Asahi and Sam Adams Boston Lager. For more information, please visit www.shepherdneame.co.uk.