At Arup, we take your career and personal development seriously. From your first day, we’ll provide you with opportunities to expand your knowledge, test your skills and work with amazing people.
No matter where you begin your journey with Arup, you’ll find that your local region runs induction events to both help you understand this culture and its importance to our future, as well as give you opportunities to meet and network with your fellow graduates.
You'll also find there's a wide range of social activities taking place in many of our offices that give you the chance to get to know your new colleagues and perhaps pick up a new hobby!
As a firm, we believe that your development is shaped by a combination of factors including training, learning from colleagues and through your work. Right from day one, you’ll be handed challenging and important tasks.
As a graduate, you’ll have access to lots of learning opportunities – many provided by our in-house training team, known as Arup University. This will include formal training workshops, lunch-and-learn sessions and online learning.
Arup University also runs our annual ‘Design School’ programme. This scheme brings together graduates from across the world and a range of disciplines to help challenge and strengthen design skills.
Every year, around 500 people take part in sessions that are designed to inspire our people to work in new and inventive ways.
Development is not just about attending training. At Arup, you’ll have access to a global expertise network that contains some of the most talented people in their respective fields.
Our Skills Network contains experts who share best practices with each other based on specific industries and technologies.
You may start your career in London or Hong Kong, but where you start doesn’t have to be the end. At Arup, you’ll be supported if you want to explore opportunities in different countries and our staff regularly move around the globe. This could be for a short period, the length of a contract or longer if it's something you’re interested in.