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British Engines Application Advice Sessions

Student Central, City Campus Library

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Thinking of applying for a graduate role or placement with British Engines?  Come along and get some one-to one advice on completing your application from British Engines staff and find out more about British Engines and their roles.

British Engines is a leading engineering group working across the globe. Our seven businesses design and manufacture technology leading products for a wide range of industries including the oil and gas, chemical, marine, construction and agriculture sectors.

British Engines was founded in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1922, building on the region's rich engineering heritage and local skills base. The group now employs over 1,500 people.  

We are currently recruiting for Engineering and Marketing Positions both for our 2017 Graduate Scheme and also our 2017 Summer Placement Programme.

Details of opportunities can be found here.

To book a 15 minute one-to-one slot with British Engines complete the form below and we will contact you to confirm a time between 12 and 2pm.

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Student Central, City Campus Library


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