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Engineering careers – essential engineering

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If you’re thinking about a career in construction engineering there are plenty of ways to go about it, including academic, vocational and apprenticeship routes. Civil engineering lies at the heart of just about everything that we do – from accessing clean, running water to getting about on our road and rail systems.  It‘s a multi-billion pound industry which employs 1,500 ... Read More »

How to become a civil engineer…

Studying civil engineering can literally lead to very big things – here’s how you can enter an industry that allows your ideas to ‘go large’. BY THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS To become a Civil Engineer it is highly likely that you will have to study for a degree in the subject. If you’re wondering which A-levels to take, subjects ... Read More »

UK college voted the world’s best for civil engineering

Imperial College London has topped QS world rankings as the best for degrees in civil engineering. The new rankings are based on the opinions of academics and employers, rating universities worldwide in 30 different subjects. Amidst concerns that the UK’s education system is falling behind those of other countries, it would appear that Imperial College London is still flying the ... Read More »

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