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Further Development


On completion of the graduate curriculum, high-performers can continue their professional development by applying to join our ‘Young Guns’ leadership programme. To achieve this pace of growth you will need to be mobile, talented and incredibly hard working.


After completion of the programme, engineering graduates have the added option of furthering their academic qualifications by enrolling in one of our sponsored masters degrees. 

Master of Studies, Construction Engineering, Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology, University of Cambridge
Drawing on the latest research, the programme will explore the future of construction, examining innovative delivery techniques and management models. Topics of study will include design for construction, advanced construction technology, sector specialisation, sustainability and leadership. 

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Master of Science, Systems Engineering and Innovation, Laing O’Rourke Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation, Imperial College London
Designed to support world-class engineering in the building services sector, the course explores the challenges likely to confront traditional mechanical and electrical processes in the coming decade as new systems are developed. Topics of study will include systems’ safety, reliability and resilience, low-carbon technologies, innovation and entrepreneurship. 

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The entry standards for both courses are exceptionally high - and you will be competing against outstanding candidates from across the world. To be successful you will possess superior academic aptitude, backed by a strong track-record of professional achievement.