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SCHOOL & COLLEGE

LEAVERS

HIGHER AND DEGREE

APPRENTICESHIPS UNDERGRADUATES POST-GRADUATES

SUMMER AND

INDUSTRIAL

PLACEMENTS

GRADUATES

Those interested in a career in:

Civil Engineering

Building Services Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Information Technology

Estimating

Quantity Surveying

Procurement

Planning

Construction Management

Manufacturing

Full-time salary with benefits and

full university fees (plus achievement

award on completion of relevant

professional qualification)

5 years

13 development modules

HNC Level 4 or up to BSc degree

Summer Placements are for six

weeks with weekly sessions and live

project work. Industrial Placements

last for up to a year

These are Placement programmes

which will give you great learning

opportunities, training and project

experience

2.5 years

8 development modules

You will work your way towards full

chartership status with the institution

aligned to your function i.e. civil

engineers will achieve IEng with the ICE

For Summer Placement, you will receive a

salary for the six to ten week programme.

For Industrial Placement, you will receive a

salary for the duration of your placement

Competitive salary with car and

benefits (plus achievement award on

completion of relevant professional

qualification)

96 UCAS points

or above (course dependant)

Application opens:

November - March

Start date: September

Application opens: September

Start date (Summer Placement): July

Start date (Industrial Placement):

September

Application opens: September until

all roles are filled

Start date: September

Undergraduate on target for a

2:1 or higher

2:1 or higher

degree course, full UK mobility

Applicants must be studying an

accredited degree course in:

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Structural Engineering

Building Services Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

Architecture & Design

Quantity Surveying

Supply Chain Management

Construction Management

Other STEM-related degrees

will also be considered

Accredited course degree in:

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Structural Engineering

Building Services Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

Architecture & Design

Quantity Surveying

Supply Chain Management

Construction Management

Alternative degree courses will also

be considered such as Mathematics,

Economics and Business

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