Welcome to the Atkins Hub

With Atkins, you’ll be joining a team who help to create a world where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas from moving people across London faster on Crossrail through to solving the energy challenges of the future.

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Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

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Undergrad intake: 200+
Graduate intake: 300+
Established in 1938.
One of the world’s leading Engineering and Design Consultants.
18,000 employees worldwide.
Revenue of £1.71 billion.
The UK's largest engineering consultancy for the last 14 years (NCE Consultants File 2012).
We also rank first in the roads, rail, waste and defence sectors (NCE Consultants File 2012).

Work Placements & Graduate Opportunities

Philip Adenaiye


"Since joining Atkins, I have worked on various exciting and high profile projects including highway schemes."

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Will Sharpe


"Last year I was fortunate enough to travel abroad with Atkins."

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Why diversity matters for the railway of the future

At Atkins, we strongly believe that diversity is at the heart of achieving business success and shaping the future of transportation. We value the depth of ideas and breadth of experience that recruiting new team members from many different backgrounds brings to our creativity, decision-making, ability to build strong client relationships and delivery capability. At Atkins, when we talk about diversity, we really mean inclusion, and we work hard to be representative of the society in which...

Wellbeing: Building Inspiration

The case for people-centred architecture is gaining momentum Soaring 60 storeys above Dubai, a new skyscraper is rewriting the rules of high-rise architecture. Instead of having a conventional façade, the award-winning Viceroy Dubai Jumeirah Village tower will incorporate ‘sky gardens’ – lush green balconies with trees and plants – to create a healthy and attractive living environment. According to the building’s principal architect, the idea is not only...

Wilson Okaka


" I have been privileged to be involved in varied sizes of projects from different sectors. "

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