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Together, our people make up one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms. We’re dedicated to the communities where we live and work in the UK and propelled by international brainpower. Staying curious is what drives us. Looking at challenges from fresh angles helps us deliver future-ready...

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Typically recruits

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

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Around 7,000 UK staff.
We are in 40 countries in 5 continents.
Approximately 36,000 staff worldwide.
We typically have around 200 graduate vacancies per year.

Placements / Internships

Graduate opportunities (11)

WSP’s new branding: Who we are and where we are going

The recent and rapid evolution here at WSP made it important to step back and examine the brand that binds us together.   Questioning the status quo is something that comes naturally to all of us, as engineering is about asking questions, looking at problems from different angles, and finding solutions that often break paradigms. WSP’s new logo speaks to the complexity and intelligence of engineering, while remaining open to the endless possibilities driving the work of our 36,000...

Added: 10th May 2017

My first year as a graduate: from London skyscrapers to climbing wa...

I have just finished my first year as a graduate structural engineer in the London Chancery Lane office, and I can’t imagine a better start to my career. I’ve been up skyscrapers, deep down in foundations, up climbing walls in Wales, swam at beaches in Portugal, sang in karaoke bars, and lost an egg and spoon race.  Firstly, the best thing about my job is the incredible projects that I get to work on. One of the many projects we are currently responsible for includes one of...

Added: 21st September 2016

From historic Bath to London South Bank’s latest iconic tower

When I started my career in structural engineering I couldn’t wait to get stuck in and work on projects that I could design and see become reality. Having completed my Masters of Engineering in Civil and Architectural Engineering at the University of Bath, I joined WSP as a graduate structural engineer two years ago. Since then I have already been involved in so many different projects. I have carried the design of buildings from high rise residential towers to a football stand,...

Added: 27th September 2016

Arren Yates

Graduate Engineer, Development Infrastructure

"I graduated from the University of Southampton with a Masters in Civil Engineering in June 2012 and started working for WSP the following September. I joined the Development Infrastructure team in Basingstoke as a Graduate Engineer. Development Infrastructure encompasses everything from earthworks to highway design and drainage. I enjoy the vari..."

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The Do's and Don’ts of applying for our graduate programme

Each year we receive over 5,000 applications to our graduate roles, and we review all of the applications we receive. Having read every single application, our team has come across the good, the bad and the ugly of graduate applications!  What should you do? Do tailor your CV – make sure you research the business and the role you are applying for. Tailor your CV to the role and business highlighting the skills, experiences and interests you have that are relevant. If you are...

Added: 13th September 2016