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BEng (Hons) Civil and Infrastructure Engineering - Opportunities for Employers

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We're inviting employers to partner with us on our new BEng (Hons) Civil and Infrastructure Engineering Degree Apprenticeship course.

Degree Apprenticeships at Warwick combine the best aspects of higher education and vocational training. They offer either alternative entry pathways into your organisation for new talent, or they are an effective way to upskill and retain your current staff.

We are working with employers to develop Civil Engineers who are able to provide technical and management input to design solutions for complex civil engineering problems in the "built" environment, including buildings, airports, railways, roads, tunnels, bridges and dams.

The course has been designed to meet the Degree Apprenticeship Standard "Civil Engineer", to enable companies to draw down funding from the Apprenticeship Levy, and to lead to the award of a BEng degree for participating apprentices, as well as allowing them to register as an Incorporated Engineer. Our unique programme demonstrates a mix of civil and general engineering input, designed to meet the needs of industry and address the widening skills gap in the sector. By partnering with us, you'll be rewarded with graduates ready to help your business thrive.

To see how a Degree Apprenticeship with Warwick could benefit your business, fill out our enquiry form and we'll be in touch.

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