- Application deadline: Applications for the graduate programme starting in 2010 opens in October 2009.
- Starting salaries: £24k
- Regions: Nationwide
- Industries: Architecture, Manifacture, Consultancy
- Website: http://www.arup.com/
- Email: [email protected]
- Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7636 1531
- Address: London Offices:
13 Fitzroy Street
What is Arup?
Arup is a global firm of designers, engineers, planners and business consultants that provides a wide range of services for its worldwide clientele in both the public and the private sectors. Their presence in the design of some of the world's most famous landmarks, such as the Sydney Opera House and the Millenium Bridge marks them out as an exciting and creative worldwide brand. The company prides itself on its innovation and value, providing the best quality services for its clients. Their ethos is of quality, honesty and prosperity.
Arup has over 10,000 staff in 37 countries worldwide, focusing on buildings, infrastructure and consulting. Graduate opportunities provide a chance to join the ranks of a well respected global company, both in the UK and abroad.
What roles are available at Arup?
Engineering, Consulting, Architecture
Application process for Arup.
Online applications only.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Arup.
Refer to http://www.arup.com/europe/feature.cfm?pageid=4900 from October 2009 for more info.
Future prospects and training at Arup.
Joining Arup as a graduate offers good prospects to develop personal skills as well as being the beginning of an exciting career in a global company that could place a successful applicant in a position to work on some of the most audacious architecture and building projects across the world.
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