Careers

Our graduates are in demand in the work place

With a comprehensive range of courses, an excellent learning environment, close links with industry and dedicated staff, the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering can offer our students an unrivalled opportunity to progress in their chosen field and become well equipped for a career in Engineering.

The School organises career events and company visits to improve your future career opportunities. The University Careers Service is available to provide advice on your career options and finding graduate jobs, internships or postgraduate study. 

Where are they now?

Katherine Woolley
Katherine Woolley

Civil Engineering [MEng] Hons

Katherine is a Senior Tunnel Engineer, working for AECOM in Auckland, New Zealand.

Marc Easton
Marc Easton

Civil and Structural Engineering [MEng]

Marc is a Graduate Structural Engineer for consultancy firm Arup, based in London.

Louise Wynter

Management of Projects: Construction Project Management [MSc]

Louise is a Project Manager for Consero Management Consulting, London.

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