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Future Female Engineers 2017

Analytical? Innovative? Logical? Forward thinking?
When Mar 06, 2017
Where ARUP HQ, London
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Due to the popularity of the 2016 Future female engineers, the event is back and applications are now open! This is an exclusive one-day networking aimed at women with a genuine interest in engineering. You will have the chance to:



•             Make exclusive contacts and receive expert knowledge

•             Take part in a Q&A panel with senior female engineers

•             Develop key skills and gain an insight into application techniques

•             Network with recent grads and leading industry experts


Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to secure internships and grad schemes for 2018!


Apply today to meet with ARUP, Laing O’Rourke, Mace, Skanska, Wates and BP

Even up to £50 paid towards your expenses to get there!

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