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The Programme

Graduate Programme

-- Choose your pathway --

As a Graduate Trainee Engineer, you’ll rotate within functions related to your chosen pathway and individual skillset, gaining experience of applied research in a fast-paced environment, and developing your technical knowledge and skills.

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Add in business skills to your technical knowledge

Whichever pathway you choose, you’ll be able to supplement your technical knowledge with key skills including:

  • Commercial and business awareness – understand the commercial context of research achievements and develop your financial awareness
  • Project Management – work on project delivery alongside an experienced Project Manager, and study for a Project Management qualification
  • Soft skills for the workplace, such as time management, IT competency, and emotional intelligence

Pay and reward

  • A good graduate starting salary of £26,715
  • 26 days paid annual leave, plus four customary days over Christmas, and eight statutory Bank Holidays
  • A tailored Personal Development Plan, developed in conjunction with your learning mentor
  • A Warwick Learning Account providing access to courses including sports, languages and more

Competetive salary and more....

Where could this lead?

Potential opportunities on completing the programme include:

  • A Project Engineer or Project Manager role at WMG (subject to vacancy availability and your performance on the programme)
  • Further study – e.g. Master's or PhD/EngD
  • A career in industry - e.g. in commercial research or in project management

Contact us

WMGRecruitment

Louise Oddy

Graduate Scheme Manager

+44 (0)24 76 575834

Apply today!