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Why it’s time to get into marketing

posted 20th of May 2019

There were nearly one million marketing professionals registered in the UK at the end of 2018, and its popularity is built on adapting and resisting. If you haven’t considered a career in marketing before, here are some of the reasons why you should

Women in Rail

posted 27th of February 2019

"It’s great to be part of something that will leave a legacy and improve transportation links" - Michelle, Assistant Project Manager Rail team, Manchester

Women in Rail

posted 27th of February 2019

"WSP also has international opportunities and these can lead to working abroad in the future" - Alex, Apprentice Rail team, Manchester

Shubhanjali's Story- Actuaries

posted 5th of December 2018

In this blog, Shubhanjali Gupta, fellow actuary, talks about what she learnt from her fails and how they have made her a better actuary.

Maths Careers: What’s an Actuary? Abbie's Story

posted 30th of November 2018

Whether you are a savvy saver or a serious spender, keeping track of money is big business in the finance sector – and it’s actually more interesting than you’d think. No, really! Abbie Woodrow spoke about what it’s like to be an actuary (if you’ve never heard of it, we’ll let her explain!) and how she uses maths and problem-solving skills every day.

Ïmogen's Story- WSP Apprenticeships

posted 30th of November 2018

Ïmogen's biggest influence on her decision to go into Business Administration was her Mum. She may not have gone to University and studied at 18, but she taught her to be patient and only go for something when she's ready.

Katie's Story- WSP Apprenticeships

posted 30th of November 2018

WSP help to find a career path for each employee. Katie is currently studying her diploma then moving onto her Bachelor Honours in Civil Engineering at University. Her 5-7 year plan is to carry on working with WSP, gaining her degree then using their support to carry on to complete her masters and become a chartered engineer.

Kulraj's Story- WSP Apprenticeships

posted 30th of November 2018

Kulraj chose WSP as he felt it would be the best place to help develop his engineering knowledge with all the different disciplines and projects that WSP are working on. They have the Professional Growth Network, to help all Early Career Professionals to attain professional accreditation and build networks thoughout WSP. There are offices which are located all around the globe so there are opportunities to work on projects all over the world.

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