NCE Graduate Awards 2014
Atkins graduate Sophie McPhillips is New Civil Engineer’s Graduate of they Year 2014.
Read on for more on the awards.
NCE Graduate Awards news
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This year’s Graduate Awards winners are already showing exceptional levels of leadership and ability, using their passion for civil engineering to inspire young people and to create a sustainable future for all.
Graduates from Atkins have taken the top two positions in the NCE Graduate of the Year Awards 2014.
NCE’s Graduate Awards celebrate individuals whose flair for civil engineering goes beyond the nine-to-five, and past winners have used the prize as a springboard for their careers, as Ruby Kitching finds out.
Entries are now being accepted for this year’s NCE Graduate Awards. The winner receives £1,500, plus the opportunity to work alongside the ICE President and meet the construction minister.
A record prize pot, supported by a record number of sponsors, was on offer at last week’s NCE Graduate Awards, where six finalists shared in the praise and rewards.
Meeting the Construction Minister, sitting on government committees, working with an ICE President and sharing a £4,000 prize pot are all up for grabs as David Hayward highlights the launch of NCE’s 2013 Graduate Awards.
Images from the 2012 Graduate Awards lunch, held in December at the ICE in London.
It was all about praising and rewarding graduates last week as the finalists in NCE’s annual Graduate Awards shared a record £4,000 prize pot at the presentation lunch. David Hayward profiles the winners
Compete alongside the best of your peers, says David Hayward, for the chance of winning gold, silver or bronze in NCE’s Graduate Awards.
Enter NCE’s Graduate Awards to win career changing opportunities, says David Hayward as he profiles our current graduate superstar.
NCE’s Graduate Awards are sponsored by some of the construction industry’s leading companies:
- Balfour Beatty
- The Institution of Civil Engineers
- Laing O'Rourke
- Mott MacDonald
- Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Thames Tideway Tunnel
- Transport for London
To enter the 2014 NCE Graduate Awards you must have completed an ICE accredited civil engineering – or related – degree in 2013.
Visit graduates.nce.co.uk for full details.