We shape a better world
Arup is a global firm of designers, engineers, planners and business consultants providing a range of professional services to clients around the world. With over 12,000 staff in more than 30 countries, we make international team-working part of everyday life. Our people have one core focus: to work together to shape a better world.
We are hosting the Future Female Engineers event as Arup brings together professionals from diverse disciplines and with complementary skills on a uniquely global scale. We have a healthy mix of people with very different perspectives and from many cultures, working together, learning from each other and generously sharing knowledge and ideas.
Our people exert a significant influence on the built environment and are the creative force behind many of the world’s most innovative and sustainable designs. Examples of these include: Sydney Opera House, Beijing National Stadium and Water Cube, Millennium Bridge, the Swiss Re Headquarters and the City of Manchester Stadium.
Explore the Extraordinary
Arup recruits over 200 graduates in the UK every year and has vacancies in acoustics, architecture, bridges, building design, communications and systems, energy, environment, fire, finance, geotechnics and tunnelling, highways, intelligent transport systems, lighting, management consultancy, materials, quantity surveying, rail, risk management, site development, town planning, transaction advice, transport planning and water.
Talented people like you join Arup for the opportunity we provide to work on some of the world’s most exciting projects, to develop a specialism of your own or simply to find your niche. The chance to work with some of the world’s leading experts, the range of professional opportunities, and the support and freedom for innovation means that we remain a magnet for many of the world’s most skilled engineers and designers.
Applications for our 2020 intake are now open. We offer a competitive salary as part of our overall graduate package. You’ll find deadlines for each specific role included in the job description. We process applications as soon as we get them, so early application is advised. Assessment sessions will begin in December.
How to apply
All applications must be made online, visit https://arup.earcu.com/ukgrads and select your degree discipline to bring up relevant vacancies. You’ll find a link to apply at the bottom of each job description. Good luck!