All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by WSP employees based on 307 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
2.9/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.4/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Environmental Consultancy & Management Department: Environment - Ecology Job Title: Assitant Environmental Consultant

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Highways and Bridges Job Title: Geotechnical Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Rail Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Environmental Consultancy & Management Department: Ecology Job Title: Graduate

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Geoscientist Department: Geotechnical Job Title: Graduate Consultant

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure- rail Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Structures Job Title: Graduate Structural Engineer

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Environmental Consultancy & Management Department: Remediation Job Title: Graduate Remediation Consultant

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Mechanical Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Development Job Title: Civil Engineering

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Aviation Job Title: Pavement Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Building Structures Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Bridge Engineering Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Southampton Job Title: Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Remediation (Environment/Energy) Job Title: Graduate Remediation Engineer

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Industry: Energy and Utilities, Environmental Consultancy & Management Job Title: Environmental Consultant

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Application Advice:

Be interested/honest.

Assistant Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Be enthusiastic about building design, show an interest in the company and its most prestigious projects, read about some projects before an interview, work on improving technical ability to get fully involved in design.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Willingness to get involved in variety of work will help a lot in deciding on the route to take down the line. Training opportunities are available from different sources, but needs a proactive approach to best benefit from them. Work and training balance is good to master from the early start.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Answer each point of the job specification in order, in your cover letter.

Show that you know how to write well, particularly report writing.

Interview Advice:

Explain your experience well and how it relates to the job you've applied for.

Transport Planner, Transport Planning at WSP
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This is a great position to apply for with great opportunity. My role involves both technical skills, people skills and project management skills, making the job enjoyable and varied. WSP are very big on work life balance and I am well supported and surrounded by friendly colleagues who want me to succeed in my work.

Assistant Hydrologist, at WSP
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Have skills that are relevant to your job role. Be THE graduate, not a graduate.

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Be confident, research the company and more importantly the team that you will be joining. Bring in examples of projects you have done at University and be prepared to answer some simple technical questions.

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Know the basics, they'll teach you the rest. Be friendly and honest.

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Stick to basics of what you know.

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If you like looking for the problem within a system and coming up with a solution for the problem, then the Continuous Improvement Services Team will offer you everything you need.

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Be yourself, show your interviewer what you can do and explain what you like to do. Be ready to answer why you like Continuous Improvement.

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Take initiative, be motivated and be good to work with! You spend so much time with your colleagues, the dynamics need to work.

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Make sure you submit a cover letter specific to the role you are applying for, focusing on why you are suitable for the role. In the cover letter make sure you reflect on your skills stating how they can help you perform better in the job and what you can bring to the company. Do not forget to state what you are hoping to achieve from working at the company as well.

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Application Advice:

Research the job and the role before applying.

Interview Advice:

Understand building services is an industry that not everyone has heard of before.

Building Services Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Choose a role that you are passionate about and want to become an expert in.

Interview Advice:

Good technical knowledge is essential, relevant project experience.

Graduate Engineer, CFD at WSP
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Interview Advice:

The interview isn't an interrogation! The role of the consultant inevitably involves working with a wide range of people, if you are relaxed in the interview and easy to make conversation with this will put you in good stead.

Graduate Engineer, Energy and Industry at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. They want to see your interpersonal skills and how you fit into the company as opposed to your technical skills they assume you have acquired these at university.

Interview Advice:

Skills (technical and life),
Educational application,
Scenario based questions.

Highways Engineer / Assistant Project Manager, Transport at WSP
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Application Advice:

This role requires a broad view of engineering. You are involved from the concept stage through to construction and sometimes supervising on site. Although a lot of detailed knowledge is required to carry out the job it is just as critical to be able to see the big picture and understand the clients motives.

Interview Advice:

Know the company - It is a must that you make an effort to understand the brand and the values and know why you applied for the job here and not elsewhere.
Current topics and trends - How is the housing sector performing? Are there any recent studies or papers published? Is there a city wide masterplan? Are modular houses the future?
Be confident - If you're not confident then "Fake it until you make it" and pretend you're confident.
Be personable - What do you do outside of work? Have you been on a recent adventure? Do you enjoy networking and getting to know other people?

Graduate Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Really learn your technical skills prior to interview.

Interview Advice:

Understand the job role and the technical questions that may be asked.

Environmental Consultant, Envrionmental at WSP
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Application Advice:

Put yourself forward for the work you want to do.

Interview Advice:

Be able to hold a conversation.

Gradaute Geotechnical Engineer, Geotechnical Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a well structured CV and put a bit in about yourself. WSP are hiring a a rounded person - not just an academic.

Interview Advice:

Be honest about your experience and knowledge. Don't be surprised if the interviewer asks more about you than technical issues.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Focus on relevant experience. Consulting skills are as important as technical knowledge in this industry.

Interview Advice:

Focus on your experience. All areas of life can be applied to consultancy.

Acoustic Engineer, Acoustics at WSP
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Application Advice:

Develop a background knowledge of development and transportation planning as a role and how and where it fits into the design sector.

Interview Advice:

To display understanding of impacts of vehicles on the network, STAG, previous project experience and time/ work management skills.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development- Transport at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what you are looking for.

Interview Advice:

Very laid-back. Be honest about experience and skills.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Interviewers generally want to know if they get on with/can work with someone.

Assistant Air Quality Consultant, Air Quality / Cardiff at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest and be straightforward. Don't push yourself to the front but let your natural standing show.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, the company wants to see who you are.

Graduate, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest and try to focus on the core values of the company when applying relating them to yourself.

Interview Advice:

Use the STAR method and prepare for different situational questions by going over and practicing describing your best experiences related to the job you are applying to.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Management Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show interest, ask questions.

Interview Advice:

Do research on company projects and ask questions.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare a good cover letter, pointing out your skills, your education and your previous experience and at the same time showing your willingness to learn and progress.

Interview Advice:

Read something about the company, its history and the projects that it has already been involved. Think about projects that he/she would like to be involved in order to discuss those with the interviewer and the most important.. Feel confident!

Graduate Engineer, Bridge Enginnering at WSP
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to research what the role entails (the specifics) so they can identify whether they possess the skills needed.

Interview Advice:

Confidence.
Speaking clearly.
Prepare questions/answers to anticipated questions.
Research the department (industry) so you know what type of work they do so you have a better chance at answering questions which revolve around why the candidate wants the job. E.g. if your going for an interview as a transport planner, why would you want to be a TP, what about the role is interesting, what skills you have can help (prepare answers to all these).
Elaborate on the experience you have to help you meet the objectives listed in the job specification - this is why it is essential to prepare!

Graduate Engineer, Transport Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company, look at some project examples to see what they do.

Interview Advice:

Know about the company, have relevant examples for teamwork etc.

Assistant Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Link your skills and experiences to the role you are applying for and show enthusiasm for the specific role.

Interview Advice:

The interview was a general chat about working preferences and past experiences. I feel my communication in the interview is what got me the job as they are looking for strong communication skills.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare, work hard and be confident.

Interview Advice:

Relax, and just try and do your best. The interview is technical so it needs preparation.

Graduate structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Proactive, open minded and think outside the box.

Interview Advice:

How my studies could apply to the role? Difference between verification and validation? How I interact in a group?

Industry Systems Integrator, Rail at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and in team activities let everyone participate.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Get as much experience as you can through volunteering and attending courses.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know broad species ID.

Graduate Ecologist, Ecology at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and let your interest and enthusiasm shine through.

Graduate Engineer, Development- Water at WSP
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Application Advice:

Speak to employees via LinkedIn.
Follow WSP on their social media to see what projects they are involved with.
Be you!

Interview Advice:

Why WSP?

Example of team working?

Extra Curricular activities?

What did you study?

What was your dissertation about?

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Bear with the process, as sometimes it can take a little while to respond. Keep in contact with someone.

Interview Advice:

Know your basic power systems knowledge (lines, equipment and so on).

Assisstant Engineer, Power Networks at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be honest. I don't know what helped me in the early application process but when it came to the interview I found they respected the fact that I was honest and new what I wanted.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply!

Interview Advice:

Standard interview questions.

Assistant Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Know the industry.

Assistant Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

Take very opportunity you can.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, if you want the job say you want if, if your not sure admit it. There is no point wasting your and other peoples time if your not sure it's what you want.

Graduate Process Engineer, at WSP
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Application Advice:

Expect to spend the summer away staying in hotels doing long days in the outdoor environment, it's great fun but not for everyone! Try and get experience/volunteering so that when you are interviewed you know what the job role entails.

Interview Advice:

Ecologists tend to spend a lot of time with their colleagues on site/staying away going for meals in hotels so the interview will probably be to check that you are willing to learn and willing to fit into the team more than anything else.

Assistant Ecologist, Environment at WSP
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Application Advice:

Very few graduates will have experience in transport, therefore when applying try to draw out the impact of transport on something that you have studied. For example, if you have an economics background, discuss the role of transport in the economy.

Interview Advice:

Do your research about the company and projects they have delivered.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Online application was straight forward but the video interview was more challenging than the face to face interview. Be sure to plan and prepare.

Interview Advice:

Failing to plan is planning to fail! Prepare, research and be ready. Specially in todays market where there are many graduates and not many graduate jobs. Everyone will pull their best game face, it's up to you to show your potential employer what makes you stand out from the rest.

Always ask for feedback after the interviews, feedback is your bench marker for improvement.

Graduate Project Mananger, Project & Commercial Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

During the assessment centre, participate in the activities as much as possible.

Interview Advice:

Research the industry that you want to work in. Practice standard competency based interview questions.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

If you go to an assessment centre just be yourself. Too many people try too hard to impress. If they don't like you for the person that you are then you probably don't really want to work for them.

Interview Advice:

I didn't get asked any technical questions which was a bit unusual and I'd still prepare for this just in case (Bending moment diagrams etc). Again just be yourself and answer all questions honestly. The people who are interviewing you are intelligent so they'll instantly know if you're trying to pull the wool over their eyes.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Think clearly about what you would like to be getting out of the job and see if the offered role fits all the boxes.

Interview Advice:

Show your passion for the job.
Bring in examples of your work to date.
Ask questions, they have to try and sell you the job as well.
Show yourself off as a person, talk about things that you do and would do outside of work. Your already qualified , they are looking now for someone who will work well in their team .

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show ambition and be ready to take on a challenge, you will be supported in what you do at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff!

Assitant Environmental Consultant, Environment – Ecology at WSP
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have undertaken summer placements/work experience/previous professional job roles within an engineering environment. Make sure you know the company you're applying to and sell yourself!

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and confident during your interviews and assessment centres. Have a good idea of what role you would like within the company and make sure you are vocal during your face to face interview about which department of your chosen discipline you would like your first placement on the graduate scheme to be in.

Questions: Give an example of a time where you had a large workload and how did you manage it.
Give an example of a time where you have worked in a team and how did you contribute.
Tell me about yourself. (Tip: Start with your education at uni, career aspirations, why your chosen discipline.)

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Browse through the company's website to figure out their values, mission and what projects they're working on at the moment.

Interview Advice:

Your CV speaks for itself so in the interview the company wants to get to know you. Just be yourself!

Graduate Water Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be interesting and interested.

Interview Advice:

Fairly standard questions - why do you want to work in transport planning etc?

Transport Planner, Transport Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Go for it without hesitation.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Always research the company and the projects they are involved in.

Interview Advice:

Read up on recent planning legislation and environmental processes such as EA and ES. The environmental sector plays an important role in planning at WSP and having a solid understanding will help you settle more quickly.

Graduate Planner, at WSP
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Application Advice:

Rely on your knowledge and experience and if you don't have the answer, do your own research and don't hesitate to ask your colleagues with more experience.

Interview Advice:

Prepare a pack containing some of your most relevant courseworks/reports/papers/presentations and just review them before the interview.
Also, it doesn't hurt to be well informed about the company you're applying to.

Engineering Geologist, Building and Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make it clear you understand the company values and how they align with your own values.

Interview Advice:

Explain why you are passionate about the type of work.

Questions asked included:

'Where do you see yourself in 5 years?'

'What interests you about Engineering?'

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic. It's okay not to know everything as long as you are willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

The interview was quite informal.

Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

If your university has a careers centre, use it. They help you to prepare for competency based interviews, psychometric tests etc. Also, research WSP. their core values, mission etc. Be yourself and use the assessment day to interview WSP staff and find out if it's the type of company you want to work for.

Interview Advice:

Give an example when:

You were part of a team; Handled a project deadline; Used your initiative to better educate yourself etc., etc.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Know the job role and the company as best as you can before you apply.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a surprise telephone interview.

Graduate Landscape Architect or Graduate Environmental Consultant, Landscape Architecture at WSP
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Application Advice:

.....check everything!

Interview Advice:

(1) Don't waste too much time (if any) learning about facts and figures about the company, learn about the role and what it is that interests you. I wasn't asked once about why I was interested in the company specifically, but more about the subject I was studying and what types of engineering within that discipline interested me.

(2) Have questions to ask the people interviewing you - they enjoy engaging with you and your curiousity.

(3) Bring examples of your coursework, thesis etc. It shows them how you are currently progressing (if your being interviewed during term time).

Geotechnical Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest about what you expect and where you want to work.

Interview Advice:

Individual activity:
I was asked to design a superstructures foundations.

Know the regions geology, geography and history and be able to analyse the influence of these. Would any of the regions characteristics impede, alter of influence the ground investigation or design?
Advise the appropriate ground investigation and laboratory testing (why those techniques)? Different types of texting at different depths, depending on your chosen solution and how it will interact at different depths.
Chose the appropriate foundations and are there any draw backs to this choice? Mining in the area, historic flooding, groundwater, etc may all be influential and need to be evaluated (does the region historically encounter these, or what does the region encounter).

Group activity:
Current rail way crossing, without shutting the crossing there will need to be a new crossing formed which does not cross the tracks, allowing an undisrupted rail.

There was a river 100m running parallel.

1 hour was given to think of all the potential environmental, social, economic, design, rail, road, etc. implications and then present the solution.

Geotechnical Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show good team working ability and technical attention to detail even if not in areas directly related to infrastructure engineering.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

I would advise you to spend time tailoring every application to the company that you are applying to.

Interview Advice:

Do your research about the company you are applying to, also print off a list of typical interview questions and just practice answering them.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Keep patient and try for the new skills.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off by not hearing immediately about a vacancy which has matched your preferences, if you are told that you pass the assessment centre. HR and recruitment work hard to find a role for you!

Interview Advice:

Technical mainly - do not be put off if you don't know the exact answer, instead explain how you would solve the problem.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

You get out of the company what you put in.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to ensure they understand what the role entails. Ensure that you update your CV and cover letter so that it is specific to the job title.

Interview Advice:

Questions I was asked included:

What do you know about the company?/ Why WSP?

Why do I want to work in consultancy?

What experience do I have?

Tell us about your masters. Which subjects did you enjoy?

Graduate Consultant, Waste and Renewable at WSP
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Application Advice:

Just get through the next stage, you are not going to get the job based on your CV.

Interview Advice:

Relax.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Seek out someone from the company who works in the field you are interested in applying to. They will be happy to talk through the role with you.

Interview Advice:

Study the subject area you are applying for and familiarise yourself with some of the companies projects to give yourself talking points. Relax and talk confidently, those interviewing you are just people too. Come with questions.

Assistant Consultant, Environmental at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do a bit of technical revision before coming to one of interviews

Interview Advice:

Do a bit of technical revision before coming to one of interviews

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Smile, strong hand shake, be presentable and be yourself. If you don't know the answer, say so but say what you think is the answer.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Looking forward to learning.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and honest.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

HR have to sift through thousands of CV's and cover letters, so making yours stand out in any way is a must.

Interview Advice:

Know about the company and your role in particular, and why you want to work for WSP.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the sector you want to go into.

Interview Advice:

Know your CV inside out.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company and current projects in your team. Provide examples of extra curricular activities.

Interview Advice:

Questions asked:

Why I want to join the company, why I want to join the team, what relevant experience I have, general competency questions.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Open mind, keen to continuous learning, passion for alignment design engineering.

Interview Advice:

Show interest in lineal works design, show good software skills, show good team-working.

Assistant Track Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Voluntary/fieldwork experience and ability to scrub up smart and do reports in office.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Graduate, Ecology at WSP
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Application Advice:

It is key to be as well informed as possible before applying for any job. If possible reach to actual employees or the HR department to provide with more detailed information of the job role/graduate scheme. In the end it is a waste of time applying for something that you either do not desire or you are not qualified for.

Interview Advice:

1. Honesty is key it is easy to spot lies.
2. Be calm because there is nothing to loose.
3. Prepare questions for the interviewers.

Assistant Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. WSP is more than just good engineers - they also want people who will fit in well to the team and will have a good work life balance!

Interview Advice:

I didn't go through the interview process.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for the competency questions and ensure you have worked on your interpersonal skills beforehand.

Graduate Risk Analyst, Risk Management at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do not rely on one or even a few companies that you applied to. Apply to many because it doesn't matter where you start.

Interview Advice:

Know exactly why you're doing Engineering and why you want to get into bridges/buildings etc. Have a rough plan for the future about charterships and which route you will take (technical, managerial, structural). Know ins and outs of your CV and have good stories to back up each point on your cover letter and CV.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have at least a brief understanding of the role before applying, and if not, do some research.

Ensure your CV is up-to-date and informative. Include aspects from all areas of your life - pertinent qualifications and experience as well as other achievements/interests/hobbies/charity work etc.

Interview Advice:

Prepare beforehand - make sure you can demonstrate/have examples of how you can fulfil each of the requirements of the role.

Be yourself and be honest during the interview(s).

Environmental Consultant, Environmental Due Diligence at WSP
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Application Advice:

Get any experience you can before applying for any role within the environment. Whether it be voluntary work, a placement, internship or a temporary role. Before my temporary role as a research assistant at my postgraduate University, I was doing well in interviews but losing out due to my lack of experience. Once my temporary role was finished, I received two offers from two interviews (100% success rate). I chose WSP in the end and don't have any regrets.

Interview Advice:

- Be honest, don't try and blag an answer if you don't know it.

- Hone in on competencies, as much as the technical side of things.

- Learn the ins and outs of the company, any recent projects the company are working on (particularly within, or rel

Due Diligence, Envrionment at WSP
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Application Advice:

Provide any useful information about themselves that could make a difference. Every detail counts, so they should try to enrich their CV with any activities or actions they have got involved in.

Interview Advice:

Always be polite, natural and pleasant. Smile and try to show how much you want this role.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do research into the job and try to find out as much as possible, when applying I definitely only took notice of the aspects I was interested in and overlooked some key aspects of the job which aren't really my skillset but nethertheless interesting to learn.

Interview Advice:

Massive cliché: be honest, open and yourself. If you have a genuine interest in the job this will come across.

Also when thinking of questions to ask, think how you would answer them as a couple of questions I asked in the interview got turned back, to what I would do and think. Likewise if you ask a question try to engage in a discussion in the answer, don't just ask and sit back.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try and keep your Personal Development Plan folder from University updated. It really helps in both your application and showcasing your previous work in the interview. With it in front of you it's not such a daunting interview and you can illustrate the points you are making with real-life examples.

Interview Advice:

I was asked to expand on a number of points I made in my CV. If you say you are a team leader, hard working and "think outside the box" ensure you have real life examples of these characteristics to back yourself up. Whether it be in industry or in Uni, ensure you have a good example which shows off the chosen characteristic.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to learn a lot when first starting.

Graduate, Aviation at WSP
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Application Advice:

I applied outside of the graduate programme but I think the main point is to get your CV perfect. It is the first impression you make so make sure that your font is professional and it details all of your experience. Don't just list your experience tell them about it, especially as a graduate your list is very short. Also include any training courses you went on.

Interview Advice:

Bring examples of your work, don't just tell them about it.
Make sure that you back up EVERYTHING you say and claim to have done or have.

Graduate Consultant, Archaeology and Heritage at WSP
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Interview Advice:

I went to an assessment day in London. This consisted of a group task where we had to work through lots and lots of information and decide on a location and potential design solution for a bus station - the time goes fast so be prepared to work fast. There was also an interview (two interviewers) and they were very friendly and just went through my CV. Just be yourself, read about some of the company's projects beforehand, and be prepared to talk about what you are specifically interested in. If you are right for the company it should work out.

Assistant Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply early to obtain desired location. Be confident, dress smartly and act professionally.

Interview Advice:

Behavioural questions asked. Also group exercises such as feasibility options of a project with a short presentation of findings in the assessment centre. In this, aim to get the best from your group! Don't be solely focused on yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare the application, spend some time thinking what you want, what you like about this company and what you can offer to the company.

Interview Advice:

Prepare the interview, remember everything you have learnt during the university years, any experience that could be useful for the role you are applying for and think about typical HR questions that they probably ask you. And finally, trust yourself, what you think and know, and try to be relaxed.

Assistant Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

No two days are the same. Be open minded and flexible.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and ask questions about the role and the company.

Graduate, at WSP
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Application Advice:

If you don't have much work experience don't worry too much. Having work experience is ideal, as long as you have something that sets you apart from the rest e.g. lots of volunteer work and experience travelling/language skills they will be interested.
Make sure everything on your application is formal, clear and concise.

Interview Advice:

Be smiley, make eye contact and be personable. They want someone who is easy to get along with and can create a good relationship with colleagues and clients.

Graduate Engineering Geologist, Geotechnical at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare for interview. Ensure they have an idea of what they would like to do in their career. Show ability to work within a team and communicate effectively.

Interview Advice:

Prepare technically, ensure you are prepared to work in a group under time stresses and prepare a final presentation to give to a panel.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure/Water at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you always link your qualifications and experiences to how you think they will help you with the role you are applying for.

Research the company and speak to someone who works for them. This will help you get a better idea of the company ethos and culture.

Interview Advice:

Show genuine enthusiasm for the role.

Think about where you would like to see yourself within the company in 10 years time.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you do your research and know exactly what you want to do. I would recommend going to your universities career support and get your CV and cover letter checked out. That really helped me when I was applying for this role.

Interview Advice:

Prepare answers before hand and make sure you practice. Generic competency based questions can be found online.
Make sure you arrive on time for your interview and are dressed well.
Know your CV and cover letter inside out.
When answering questions, try using different scenarios rather than the same scenario to answer different questions.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Process has changed quite significantly since I have joined the company, so just fairly standard advice; be honest, make the most of experience gained from internships etc. and do your research on the company.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try to gain some relevant experience before applying to make your CV stand out from the crowd.

Interview Advice:

Express and demonstrate your enthusiasm and interest in the sector you are applying in when being interviewed. Also, make sure you practice lots of verbal and numerical reasoning tests online before you attend the assessment day.

Graduate Transportation Planner, Transportation Planner at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and keen, make sure you budget.

Interview Advice:

The interview was as much a judge of personality as it was of ability. Be friendly, relaxed and just happy to have a bit of a chat.

Graduate Engineer, Acoustics at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to get involved in the group activities - WSP | PB is much more focussed on who you are rather than testing your engineering knowledge on the day. Be yourself and don't be scared to tell them exactly what you want to do.

Assistant Engineer, Water at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure to research projects that the company have undertaken and drop these into your answers. This demonstrates a genuine interest in the company and also that you are aware of what the current demands are for engineering consultancy work.

Interview Advice:

I was asked some quite 'big-picture' questions about the state of the national transport infrastructure and the problems facing transport in the 21st century. There is no, one right answer! Just take a minute to think, and explain your reasoning. They want to see that you can justify your answers and they also want to understand your thought process.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

If you are passionate and motivated about your career path then this is absolutely the right place to be. You will be shown support in every positive step you make and your achievements and progression will be recognised.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you convey your passion and enthusiasm about your field. Demonstrate strength of your technical knowledge and show your interviewer that you have a goal (i.e. Management roles, chartership etc.. ) and that you are motivated to work hard and have a clear plan to achieve your goal.

Assistant Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

CPD is vital to progressing through your professional qualification, so make sure you attend seminars and training wherever possible and keep a record of what you have learned.

Interview Advice:

Do some research about the company and the discipline you are hoping to work in. Look over your dissertation and university modules to refresh your knowledge. Be positive and enthusiastic.

Graduate Highways Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!
Think about what motivates you and where you would like to be in 3 and 5 years time!
Try and find out about the particular office you are applying for and what type of projects they undertake.

Interview Advice:

The standard interview questions!
Make sure you are prepared.

Graduate Civil & Structural Engineer, at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be familiar with standards, DMRB, Eurocodes, positive attitude.

Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Honesty with experience.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, trying too hard will only make you nervous. Softer skills like management and people skills go a longer way than how technical you are.

Graduate Engineer, Building services at WSP
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Application Advice:

To be enthusiastic and willing to learn.
Present correctly with simple examples your skills.
Always have in your mind your position that you applying for and provide relevant skills and personal information that you think makes you different compare to other applicants.

Interview Advice:

Be positive and enthusiastic during the interview process.
Learn about the company and your position.
Always be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges/ Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm.

Interview Advice:

Know about the technical documents/ standards that you will be designing to.

Graduate Engineer, Civil Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare a good cover letter with the reasons you why you want to join WSP|PB.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructures at WSP
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Application Advice:

- Research company and projects
- Connect with people on linkedin

Interview Advice:

Why WSP?
Hobbies etc...
Usual qs, nothing technical

Graduate Transpor Engineer, Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Know about the company, know why you want to work in the sector, why you would be an asset to the company.

Interview Advice:

Do your research beforehand, have specific examples of team work, leadership etc.

Assistant Engineer, Transport at WSP
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Application Advice:

Express a particular interest in the geo environment trying to highlight this within your cover letter.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, have a life outside of work and try and talk about this within your interview.

Graduate Environmental Engineer, Ground Risk and Remediation at WSP
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Application Advice:

Play to technical strengths. Explain areas that would be interested in working.

Interview Advice:

Have good knowledge of civil engineering principles.
Be technically strong, a question could be on a bending moment diagram of a portal frame, for example.
Be aware of national civil engineering projects.

Assistant Engineer, Bridge Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be relaxed and open minded, knowledge and new ideas are always appreciated and they will be recognized in this organization.

Interview Advice:

When I was interviewed, I was talking about things I had learnt at college.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be friendly / a team player.

Graduate Engineer, VT at WSP
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Application Advice:

Draw on any experience you have not just professional experience.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Interview Advice:

The interviewer will likely be nervous too so just relax.

Graduate Engineer, Energy Solutions (District Heating) at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be prepared, enthusiastic and friendly.

Interview Advice:

I was asked to talk about my past experience and elaborate on projects or work that I considered important. It looks good to have some material printed (previous work/project) to show and talk about.
I was presented some of the current projects, some that I later worked on. It looks good to engage and discuss when presented with the current projects and technical challenges.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Civils, Bridges and Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

You will learn a lot.

Interview Advice:

Be calm.

Transport Planning, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be interested in the projects that the business are doing or have done.

Assistant Engineer, Development Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic.

Engineer, Transport and Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm about what you do.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Buidling Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Enthusiasm and a solid appreciation for the basic core skills.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for a small test of skills. Be prepared to talk about your subject and experience with confidence.

Graduate Engineer, Geotechnical Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do some research into the role prior to accepting a position. Try and meet with your potential colleagues prior to accepting a role to ensure there are no personality clashes.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, don't try to be pretentious or arrogant.

Graduate Public Health Engineer, Public Health/ Building services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply early, reinforce your commitment to achieving professional qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Prepare questions to ask your interviewer, understand the process for relevant professional qualifications.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Highlight key projects that you've been involved with and fully explain your input and relationship with your team.

Interview Advice:

It's not about knowing all the answers but showing a willingness and enthusiasm to learn and engage.

Engineer, Energy & Industry at WSP
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Application Advice:

Not too much about grades and work - they seem to like interesting people who do things outside of work.

Interview Advice:

Wasn't asked any technical questions, just questions where I had to give examples of solving a problem, overcoming disappointment, moment of pride.
Interviewers were very friendly.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Explore passions outside of Engineering to ensure you are a rounded and interesting individual.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineer at WSP
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Application Advice:

Read around the subject - environmentalist etc.
Look at memberships to relevant institutes.
Get some work experience whilst you study not just after.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions (not about salary).
Try to come across as friendly as it is important to fit into the team.

Graduate Consultant, Sustainability & Environmental Management at WSP
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Application Advice:

Understand what consultancy means and prepare - investigate current legislation and guidance, and have a good idea of what you want to do and what you want to specialise in.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and ask questions - if you are asked to interview, it generally means you are qualified for the job on paper - they want to know how you work with others and whether you will fit into the team.

Consultant, Ground Risk and Remediation at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest, keen and enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

See above.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, research the company.

Graduate Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Work experience is great, but if not possible show your passion for working in the engineering industry.

Interview Advice:

Apart from the standard advice like dressing appropriately and speaking clearly etc, I think that having a understanding of the CDM or whole life cycle of a job is really impressive to interviewers. Understanding that you can reduce maintenance or risks on site at the design stage can put you ahead of other applicants. A good technical knowledge is okay, but straight out of university everyone is usually at the same level technically.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Keep it simple showing exactly what you have done. Make sure you are a member of an institution.

Interview Advice:

Bring a few project ideas in and try and think outside the box if given a picture with a problem.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

#NAME?

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

While your technical abilities are important do let them see you as an individual - be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed - they are going to give you full training in which ever department you are applying for, there are always people to help you if you have a query.

Graduate, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Address each point on the application individually so it can be seen how you meet the standards required. Use a good covering letter.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly in interview and honest when you don't know how to do something. They don't expect you to know everything just to be able to ask for help when it is needed.

Graduate Environmental Consultant, Environment at WSP
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Application Advice:

Very interesting work and good working environment.

Interview Advice:

Have good technical knowledge and show that you're an interesting person who is good to work with.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

If you're applying for a role in transport, make sure your CV and cover letter focus on that and avoid extensive mention of irrelevant, focus on the position facts.

Interview Advice:

Have a think of the general direction of transport management and the challenges and opportunities that will be faced in the near future. You might be asked about that.

Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

Having previous experience is a big benefit. It is good to have already thought about your own career goals (e.g. Chartership) as development is always self driven.

Interview Advice:

Nothing too difficult. Why do you want to work in this department? Previous projects etc.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Project Management at WSP
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Application Advice:

I was hired from an assessment day, I would advise trying to get invited to one from your uni's careers fair.
Easier to get a job if you aren't bothered about working in London. Less competitive outside of London.

Interview Advice:

Was asked portal frame design question, determining shear force and bending moment.

Assistant Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make it clear that you are trainable and a quick learner, companies will almost always intend to train you in what they want so you need to show you can absorb and implement this information.

Interview Advice:

Be personable as well as intelligent.

Assistant Engineer, Power Networks – Transmission at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest.
A good degree is important but the skills you bring from extra-curricular activities is what makes you stand out. Bring out that passion. Running clubs at university is a huge plus.
Having placement experience can be very important - it made a huge difference for me.

Interview Advice:

It is a fairly informal interview where personality and passion for engineering is what they look for. Try to get into a discussion relating to your project work and what you enjoy.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try and get your personality across as far as possible in you covering letter. The application is not all about the academic side of your degrees. You need to make sure you stand out to the recruiters, rather than the engineers.

Interview Advice:

Try and be as relaxed as possible and smile. Most interviewers are aware of a Graduates relative inexperience in interview situations and allow for this. Allow your personality through to show that you will fit into their team and work hard for them.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself on your application and show your interests. Being good at your degree is important but having interests and activities that show you are a well rounded individual are equally as important.

Interview Advice:

At my assessment day there were individual interviews and group case studies. Make sure you speak up in your group and just show your thought process, it isn't about being right.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm for your subject: companies know that you're not the finished article, they're looking for someone who shows promise that they can train up. If you're displaying a real passion and intention to have a long career and learn as much as you possibly can, that can only be a plus for them!

Interview Advice:

Questions I was asked ranged from technical ones to personal ones (e.g. what's your favourite TV show). They're analysing your personality as well as your ability to try and gauge what it would be like to have you in their team.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate lots of skills and experience, particularly technical knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Knowledge of health and safety practice, lone working etc. Be willing to work in a team of different specialisms, e.g ecology, architecture, planning.

Landscape Architect, Landscape Architecture/Environment at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be scientific about everything, display good scientific practices, show that you have technical capability of working with numbers, and can plan your work. You don't necessarily need a background in Air Quality, just show that you can handle running models, display good logical thinking skills.

Interview Advice:

Describe a time when you had to design a scientific approach to something.

Graduate Air Quality Scientist, Air Quality / Cardiff at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try to highlight your previous experience which is related to the position you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Read about the company so you can know a little bit about its history and try to be natural.

Graduate Bridge Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

No real advice for application, I was lucky enough to complete work placements prior to starting full time employment and so there was no formal application.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Graduate Engineer, Godalming at WSP
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Application Advice:

Negotiate starting salary! The company will already know whether they want you from the interview, and I know lots of graduates who did - and were successful.

Interview Advice:

Research the job thoroughly. If a certain type of report/equipment/software etc. is mentioned in the job description - look it up and be ready when they ask you "what do you know about xyz".

Graduate Consultant, at WSP
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Application Advice:

Take your application and interview seriously, be friendly and polite, and if you can, try to show your confidence. My position requires a lot of teamwork, try to identify when you have worked as part of a team (sports, university modules, competitions, committees) . Simple things also matter, make sure your CV and cover letter are written correctly, checked, and re-checked. Make sure you sound professional.

Interview Advice:

First of all, when you go to interview, think about whether the employer could send you to a meeting with a new client. Look smart and sound professional.

Teamwork was emphasised at the interview where nine of us were split into teams to create a business strategy to tackle a changing environment in the future. At work it is not about what 'I' do, its more about what 'we' achieve, so make sure you are a team player. If you are asked a question you don't know the answer to, stay calm and be honest. Explain that you have no experience in that area, but try to show how you would approach it and learn the skills. Don't try to pretend you know!

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try and show a passion for what you are applying for and why you are interested in engineering. Also show what other interests and hobbies you have, as these are also important.

Interview Advice:

Again try and show what it is that interests you about the role. Understand the basic principles of structures or whichever discipline you are applying for.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm and passion for your field.

Interview Advice:

Look into projects that the company have worked on to be able to talk about them and show you know what the company does. Prepare examples of how you could apply your skills to the job.

Assistant GIS Specialist, Geographical Information Systems at WSP
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself, so that the interviews and assessors can get a real picture of what it would be like to have you around the office. Don't worry about being too technical focused in your application.

Interview Advice:

A few technical questions which don't take too long. Maybe brush up on the projects you took part in within your studies, such as final year group projects, dissertations etc.

Graduate Engineer, Structures London at WSP
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Application Advice:

- Know the industry. it sounds simple but knowing about the company you are applying to and the industry sectors they work in is helpful.
- Also you need to show a total willingness to learn and adopt. This attitude is well received in the organisation.

Interview Advice:

- Technical specific questions can be problematic for graduates, given the lack of knowledge or experience. If faced with this the best option is to identify that you don't know something and reassure them that you are keen to learn.
- Come armed with qu

Consultant, Environmental Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

The application process involved submitting a CV so make sure that you include information about group projects, relevant work experience and examples of team work and leadership etc.

Interview Advice:

During the assessment centre we were required to do psychometric tests (verbal and numerical) as well as a group discussion and presentation. The actual interview consisted of a competency based part and also some technical questions. I would advise that candidates complete lots of practice psychometric tests.

Graduate Engineer, Power Networks at WSP
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Application Advice:

Tell me something unique about yourself which makes you stand out. Promote your achievements. Have an example of an experience which relates to engineering and/or the job role.

Interview Advice:

Prepare your answers in advance to standard interview questions you can find online. Use the STAR technique.
Dress for the job you are applying for - in this case a suit.
Be confident - a firm handshake and introduction makes for a strong first impression.

Assistant Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Read more about the background of the company.

Interview Advice:

Why the role suits the particular candidate.

Graduate Trainne, Rail Management System at WSP
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Application Advice:

Any projects that you have done at university should be described, especially your final year project. Outline key modules that would be applicable to the job role.

Interview Advice:

Assessment centre lasted for about 5 hours. Group exercise was to discuss the issues with the UK's future energy scenario and present our findings. During the individual interview stage, questions were focused on university projects, modules, solving problems and there were about 3 technical questions too.

Graduate Engineer, Power Networks at WSP
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Application Advice:

Focus your CV on how your skills relate to the job role.

Interview Advice:

Attended an assessment centre. Be prepared for presentations, group discussion, tests and interviews. Try to be relaxed.

Graduate Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest in your CV and application, they will read every word and reference them.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, this may be a cliché but it is the truth. WSP|PB as a company is all about its people, yes, they will care that you have the relevant experience and qualifications, but they will want your personality to shine through more.

Graduate Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company and projects.
Relate your university modules and projects to the role and the skills they developed which prepare you for the role.

Interview Advice:

Why WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff?
Why the Highways team?
Competency examples.

Graduate Engineer, Highways Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, do not lie, they can tell, be natural, say what you feel because this is very important for you and for the future company.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges and Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Now is the time to apply: there are jobs available. Focus on maths and analysis, do practice papers for maths tests. Degree subject not essential, focus on the soft skills.

Interview Advice:

Relax. Questions are not meant to trick you, they are meant to make you think. Be willing to have a conversation, rather than be under pressure to find an answer that may not exist.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development – South Central at WSP
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Application Advice:

Advice for a graduate landscape architect applying to this or any job is to make sure your portfolio and CV is the best you can make it. Make sure you really research what type of company you want to work for and scrutinise the type of work they do.

Interview Advice:

Landscape architecture interviews tend to be just a bit of a chat in my experience. Research the company and always have some questions to ask at the end of the interview. Make sure you really find out where you'd be expected to work, can you be based in one office all the time (rather than travel between offices), will you be on you own in the office sometimes, will you be able to work at home if other members of the team do; which projects can you be involved with and can you work on a range of projects. If they offer something like 'you can work at home one day a week' get it in writing and make them stick to it.

Graduate Landscape Architect, Landscape Architecture at WSP
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Application Advice:

Your CV says a lot. I didn't have an online application process, but was selected on my CV and academic achievements to date. I was invited to a workshop/assessment day; I found it quite relaxing and that helped, and allowed me to contribute and cooperate with other candidates.

My advice would be to try to relax on assessment days, forget that senior employees are there and don't be shy in groups. There's no wrong answers!

Interview Advice:

My interview was more of a informal chat, although I was being assessed. I spoke about my time at university. Things I enjoyed and didn't enjoy, projects I've worked on, showing a different set of skills (e.g. teamwork, analytical, computational methods, etc). I only had one project that had similar subject matter (building services), but it didn't matter because interviews are all about how you are as a character.

Act as you normally would, and try to find projects, subjects that you are interested in and passionate about. Try to relate it to the industry you are applying for.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

The company like people who are interesting, have hobbies and skills. If you have taken part in course/task that is related to the job mention it in your CV.

Interview Advice:

The interview process had a large focus on me as a person, asking questions about what I do, aspects of my CV (i.e. playing sports, the type of person I am). Be willing to talk about yourself but always make the reply work or skills orientated.

Graduate Accountant, Management Accounts at WSP
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Application Advice:

Willingness to learn and a positive attitude.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be clear and concise and tailor your CV & application to the skills required.

Interview Advice:

Know your industry and show your interest by gaining experience whilst at uni - draw upon this when answering interview questions.

Graduate Project Manager, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be willing to work hard and ask questions as well as having an interest in the subject area.

Interview Advice:

Be engaging and passionate for the field.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Focus on WHY you want to work here.
Have a good idea of the project work that is carried out within the company, especially the office that you are applying to.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for bending moment diagrams as you will be asked about this.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

If you are located in UK and you are an electrical engineer you will not make a mistake applying for this role.

Interview Advice:

Ask what will your job be in detail and on what projects the company is working on at the moment.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Simple application process when I joined.

Interview Advice:

CV and cover letter, then straight to Assessment day, which consisted of a couple of individual exercises including writing an email, a group exercise on design and a few ice breakers etc. and a one to one interview. Interview was just the usual kind of questions.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what the role is about by talking to people involved in the industry. Do some proper research before applying to see if it sounds interesting. Do not rely only on web-based searches and information.

Interview Advice:

When you really want something you do not need much advice. Although, a big part of a successful interview is due to how informed a candidate is about the company and the role. I would recommend preparing for the typical interview questions but focus mostly on being motivated and showing the interviewer that you will a great asset for the company.

Graduate Enginner, Transport Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Ensure you know your CV through and through. I was asked about elements of my covering letter during the interview (for example if you mention a WSP project then make sure you research it prior to the interview) which could catch people out if they insert a generic project name into their covering letter.

Interview Advice:

There is likely to be a team exercise as part of the interview day - make sure you don't shy away and make your voice heard. It can be intimidating in a room with other candidates who may sound more confident than you feel but concentrate on your own performance.

Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Applied using CV - ensure you proof read your CV a few times and get someone else to proof read it to ensure no mistakes/typing errors have been made. Make sure CV is concise and easy to read.

Interview Advice:

45 minute interview conducted, team work project given as part of interview. Thus; useful to review university materials and courses done in preparation for this.

Graduate Engineer, Development – Water Sector at WSP
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Application Advice:

In your application I would advise that you highlight project work that you have carried out in university that can be applicable to your job role. Make sure the company know what software you have experience in as well. Make sure and highlight how important the companies culture is and how that relates to your own, e.g. H&S.

Interview Advice:

Again, I feel it is important that you can give examples of where you feel you have gained experience in certain aspects of the job you are applying for e.g. work experience, University projects, software that may be used in the role etc. It may also be beneficial to look up the core values of the company and how you can relate to these. If the company has a training agreement in place for chartership institutions, make sure and let them know that you want to work towards professional qualification.

Graduate Engineer, Development Infrastructure – Water at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show your knowledge and skills. Give the best of you always.

Interview Advice:

Show a positive attitude and do not be shy.

Graduate Engineer, Geotechnical Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the company and what hey do and be relaxed and open minded at the interview.

Graduate Engineer – Rail and Transit, Rail/York (and North West) at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare for your interview well.

Graduate Environmental Consultant, Environmental Assessment and Management at WSP
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Application Advice:

Give details of all your experience not just within air quality but within the wider environmental sector as it is all related and having understanding of the wider discipline makes it easier to grow your network and get involved in more complex projects.

Research the company prior to the interview so you can illustrate your ability to source information and the evidence of being prepared sits well in an interview.

Even if the job may not be what you think you want to do, go to an interview and gain the experience. The interview process was actually really fun and relatively informal considering it was a job interview.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself as the character of the potential employee goes a long way in deciding the right person for the role.

Be sure to ask about progression as you need to be comfortable that you understand what the company has in store for you at least for the next 6 months. Also shows that you are forward thinking and career driven which you need to be in a big company as you will get lost if you expect people to do things for you.

The interview will likely be with one of your future line managers and another senior member of staff so get a good idea of whether you could work well with them and make sure you make eye contact and interact with both interviewers. AND REMEMBER THEIR NAMES!

Graduate Environmental Air Quality Consultant, Air Quality at WSP
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Application Advice:

Ensure you stress a desire to become a chartered professional on your application.

Interview Advice:

Be confident at the assessment day and don't be afraid to question and go against actions of your group.

Project Manager, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest, concise and clear.

Interview Advice:

Tips - Research the company, get to know what we value.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Really good company to start your professional career with, getting very good knowledge for a new starter.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company and role you are applying for thoroughly. Prepare examples of related experience and relevant projects.

Interview Advice:

Bring evidence of your work. Be prepared to talk about your experience and how it relates to the role you are being interviewed for.

Graduate Engineer, Geotechnical Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company, what we do and get across why you want to work for WSP.

Interview Advice:

Be confident
Express yourself and explain your strengths

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Was asked to analyse bending moments on a portal frame, and which areas of a cable stayed bridge were in compression or tension.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges/Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Approach people in person and on LinkedIn. Use your contacts.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and ask lots of questions.

Fire Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Ask what skills they would be willing to teach and train you in.

Interview Advice:

Ask what opportunities are available for progressing up through the company.

Graduate Engineer, Development Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

To have a basic knowledge of the industry they are entering and the department that they would like to join.

Graduate Engineer, Project Management and Controls – Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself as best you can without lying - you will more than likely be found out at some stage.

Interview Advice:

Show knowledge of the company, it's size, locations, disciplines etc.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Smile and be nice during the interview.

Transport Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and humble!!

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Should definitely apply and if they join they should then make sure they take ownership of their own development no matter how well organised our corporate graduate scheme is.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed, be yourself, be open to teamwork and discussion, respect the other candidates, smile!

Assistant Engineer, Power Networks at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest and precise.

Interview Advice:

Why did you choose civil engineering - state the reason why, could be passionate etc.

Assistant Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Don't be scared to apply if you have the relevant degree because you start learning new things and increasing your responsibility with time.

Graduate engineer, Highways design at WSP
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Application Advice:

You will need to prove you can manage a team and that you have extra skills, done a successful project in the past, know how to talk about yourself in the best way.

Graduate Engineer-Assistant Project Manager, Project Management/Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company extensively.

Interview Advice:

Show enthusiasm for the subject for which you're applying. This is nearly as important as having the experience in the subject, as you learn a lot of the skills on the job.

Graduate Transport Planner, Transport Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Experience is key. Search our summer placements, internships, paid/unpaid work etc. The more related to engineering the better.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed. Display an enthusiasm & passion for engineering, and a willingness to learn. They want to see that you're not only smart, but able to hold a conversation & engaging.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

It's not all about technical knowledge you already have. WSP continually recruit - even after grad scheme deadlines

Interview Advice:

Look at the core values/ business mergers etc.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Talk about the fact of company being merged with Parson Binkerhoff.

Graduate, Water / Drainage at WSP
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Application Advice:

Get as many software skills as you can in there.

Interview Advice:

Come across as hard working and know your H&S. Make sure you can back up you aplication with some good examples. don't over complicate

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply as soon as possible

Graduate Engineer, Development Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

I did not apply directly to WSP for a Graduate position, I therefore have no specific advice.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure Highways at WSP
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Application Advice:

Prepare a nice CV and Cover letter

Interview Advice:

In the assessment centre you will find different group activities, they will put you on a real situation and they will check your way of thinking, solving problems, how you interact with the group...
The face to face interview will be a review of your CV, so be honest and of course be yourself.

Graduate, Infrastructures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply!

Interview Advice:

Ensure you know what is on your CV and don't stress over any technical questions.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself. It s not a technical interview, they will just check that you fit into the company personality wise.

Transport modeller, Transport modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

- Keep up to do with the company website
- Know the role you are applying for (use linkedin!)

Interview Advice:

Why WSP?
Examples of team working...
General qs, nothing technical.

Graduate Engineer, Transport at WSP
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Application Advice:

As long as you are passionate about what you do, WSP will recognise you as a good candidate.

Interview Advice:

The interview was very laid back and informal. Don't worry and just be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Get involved as early as possible during your time at university, apply for summer placements or year in industry places.

Interview Advice:

Enjoy them if you can, be honest and focus on the positives.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Showing that you are willing and able to learn. The type of graduates they look to bring in need to be adaptable and dependable, but also able to learn on the job.

Interview Advice:

Confidence. Shying away during the interview, be it a group or individual interview, you need to be seen and heard and show that you are confident.

Graduate Consultant, Environmental Planning – Birmingham at WSP
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Application Advice:

Go to Meet the Industry evenings held in universities. Get as much information as you can regarding the company before you apply and prepare well for answering the question "why WSP?".

Interview Advice:

Make sure you possess basic engineering knowledge like bending moment diagrams. Be confident, ask questions.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Just go for it :)

Interview Advice:

Do not lie, they can see it, be natural.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company, highlight relevant experience/ skills

Interview Advice:

Be professional, prepare answers to common questions e.g. why do you want to work for this company?

Graduate Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Overall a very good company to work for.

Graduate, Infrastructure/Edinburgh at WSP
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Interview Advice:

They look for people. Once you have the CV requirements, it is just about showing that it would be great to work with you.

Graduate engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Go for it!

Interview Advice:

Do not be nervous. BE spontaneous and do the best you can!

Pavement Engineer, Aviation at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the application. Talk about things that interest you. Don't worry about talking technical or trying to sound overly professional.

Interview Advice:

n/a

Fire Engineer, Fire and Life Safety at WSP
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Interview Advice:

"What's your biggest weakness?"

Graduate Engineer, Development/Water Team at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show thoroughness of research and a high standard of presentation for reports.

Interview Advice:

Gain an understanding of the construction industry and major developers, and there views on economic outlook for how the sector will be looking in the years to come. Enough to be able to discuss it.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show that you have experience working with protected species through volunteering or training courses, for example, I attended a two day FSC course on British Amphibians, covering the legislation and survey methods. GIS experience is also beneficial.

Interview Advice:

Enthusiasm definitely helps, along with swotting up on the legislation for protected species and habitats. They will probably give you a few plants to ID in the interview too, but don't panic if you don't get them. Also, we use a lot of GIS, so a knowledge of this would help.

Ecologist, Environmental Planning at WSP
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Application Advice:

Email relevant director directly. Avoid HR application.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know about WSP, the sorts of projects you'll be involved with and what the role requires.

Assistant Environnmental Consultant, Environmental, London at WSP
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Application Advice:

Take your time! Don't feel tempted to say 'oh, that will do'. Research the role, company and company values and the people interviewing you (LinkedIn, journals etc.) and put together an application you are really proud of.

Interview Advice:

Research the people interviewing you (LinkedIn, journals etc.) - asking questions shows you have done your research. When they ask "do you have any questions for us?", don't say "no".

Graduate Consultant, Geotechnical at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try and have a good understanding of the area of engineering you want to go into.
Show some background knowledge of the industry.
Concentrate on relating your education/experiences with potential real life applications

Telecoms Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and passionate.

Interview Advice:

Relax and be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know your CV inside out - if you mention that you like a particular project that the company has worked on then be prepared to be asked questions about it. Also my interviewer was impressed at the non-engineering related aspect of my CV so don't be too "dry" in the application.

Interview Advice:

On the interview day you are asked to participate in a group activity - make sure you participate fully and don't be intimidated by the other candidates.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Do not sell your academic triumphs too hard. They are looking for people with enthusiasm and commitment to their career above academic achievements (unlike some companies).

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and try to relax - it is more of a personality assessment with competencies than a bunch of seniors assessing your technical worth to the company.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself, cliché I know, but if you try and act completely false the people interviewing you will notice. Be as confident and relaxed as possible and the people assessing you will see just how much you have to offer.

Interview Advice:

definite emphasis on personality based questions. So things like name a time you have had to deal with a difficult group situation and what you did to solve any issues etc

Graduate Engineer, Structural Engineer at WSP
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Application Advice:

Don't be a robot, talk about other interests outside of Engineering as well.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Don't be scared to think outside of the box. Remember they want you as person, not just an engineer.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Experience is key. Make sure you have work experience or internships to back up and support your application

Interview Advice:

Be friendly, and able to keep a conversation going.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Enthusiasm, willingness to learn, work experience seemed very valuable.

Interview Advice:

Name a time you solved a problem/overcame a challenge/had to influence someone/proud of your achievements.
For group projects at recruitment days- its not about speaking more than the others, its about making your input valuable.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Transport Modelling is not something that many people think of or are expected to know in much detail. Therefore show enthusiasm for learning new things and ideas.
A good base in maths also helps but it is always something you can improve on in the job.
Being good with computers also helps, some of the programs involve coding which you will have to learn so if you have any idea of the basic principles (spacing etc) then this will also help.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, make sure to ask questions about modelling as a topic and show that you are interested in learning more about it.
Ask about Micro and strategic modelling to show that you have looked into modelling. There are many books and resources online (Webtag being the main one) have a look at these before the interview and get some questions from them.

Graduate Transport Modeller, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Application Advice:

I would advise you to get some work experience to help boost your application. Gaining experience could range from working in an office based engineering consultancy or in the manufacture/supply chain such as a local metalwork cladding supplier or even a sub-contractor who is constructing the cladding Works on site. Experience is valuable!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and relax.

Graduate Engineer, Facade Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

I would encourage that person to gain as much experience before applying for a job. I achieved first degree honours at university but never gained any experience, something I regret!
This meant that I was faced with a steep learning curve, something that could have been eased if I has just sacrificed some of my summer time prior to graduating!

Interview Advice:

Research the company! More importantly be yourself, enter the interview with the mind set that it is a two way decision:
Not only should the company be choosing if you are right for the role, you should be asking if the company is right for you! So ask questions.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself
Speak up and discuss your ideas, try and think outside the box

Graduate Engineer, Water Team/Hertford at WSP
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Application Advice:

Try and engage with the company at careers fairs rather than just applying online. This I believe gave me a real advantage when applying.

Interview Advice:

Standard tips of being well presented and punctual. Tested on technical engineering knowledge as well as career aspirations and other general interview questions

Graduate Engineer, Civil, Structures and Ground Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be open minded
Think creatively
Talk about sustainability and other similar buzzwords
Don't go into detail about technical experience
Do talk about work experiences, even if they seem irrelevant

Interview Advice:

Why you got into engineering

Grad Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Application Advice:

Practical minded

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show willingness to learn and adapt.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Whatever your background, you are likely to be able to find somewhere to fit within WSP.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company, find what sector you want to be in - its not just MEP or structures, there's vertical transport, power systems, every engineering sector possible! Try and find someone from the company you can speak to in advance - linked in is a good place to start. Have good answers to the 'usual' questions you get asked in interviews. Make sure you know your strengths and weaknesses and future aspirations.
Make sure you are aware its design based. You dont go to site and fix things - there's a lot of reports involved in each project and you need to be able to think outside the box.

Interview Advice:

I came on through a placment so my interview was not the norm, but I was fully prepared in case it was.

Power Systems Graduate, Power Systems Plus at WSP
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Application Advice:

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Interview Advice:

Research the company and our key values

Graduate, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Work hard, expect long hard days.

Interview Advice:

Confidence, sell yourself.

Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Show an interest in modelling as well as wider transport knowledge, e.g different road users, different types of model.

An interest in coding & any experience is useful.

Being able to use a spreadsheet to a high level including IF statements, VLOOKUPs etc.

Interview Advice:

Talk with passion & interest about the role. Research the company and learn about the fundamentals of transport modelling.

Graduate Transport Modellerr, Transportation at WSP
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Application Advice:

Never give up.

Interview Advice:

Search for previous WSP projects.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be confident and do not be scared to ask questions.

Interview Advice:

Be confident.
Talk about university and what you have been doing.
Relax.

Graduate Structural Engineerr, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Research the company and the projects for your chosen discipline. Understand the basics for your discipline.

Interview Advice:

Try and be confident with your answers. If you don't know something it's better to say so other than waffle.
Be passionate!

Graduate Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Brilliant company, put alot of effort into your application.

Interview Advice:

Recap on your bending moments and shear force diagrams.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

You have to be able to commit to the role, if you can you will get a lot out of it. If you have a social life at weekends or in the evenings, be prepared to cancel plans at the last minute. Your career will be with you longer than the memory of a night out.

Interview Advice:

I was asked to prepare a presentation on the development constraints in relation to contaminated land. It's worth taking time to do this properly, and learn your slides without the need for using prompts.

Graduate Geo-Environmental Consultant, Land Restoration and Ground Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Did not attend a formal interview.

Graduate Engineer, Fire at WSP
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Application Advice:

Talk to people within the office that you are applying for (not just London). The atmosphere is very different from one office to the next, and it is important to know/appreciate what you are signing up for.
If possible, proactively organise a placement/work experience. If you can spare a week or two the company will genereally be very accomodating and helpful, and it will significantly help your application. Try getting in touch with people directly at the office, not just the HR department. This is basically how I got the job, it helps both parties as you get to know each other before the dreaded first day.

Interview Advice:

The old cliché 'relax and be yourself' is as good as I can do. If you get the job by acting up you'll get found out anyway so just be yourself.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Dont work too far away from where you will be living! You dont want to spend all your free time before/after work communting.

Interview Advice:

Have plenty of examples of previous work you have done or jobs you have been involved in - in order to highlight your experience and knowledge.

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

Be honest! If there is a particular field in engineering that you would like to work in, then let them know. We are a huge company and are always looking for new forward-thinking graduates. Also, things that will make you stand out from other applicants are your extra-curricular activities. If you've spent your Thursday nights volunteering at a soup kitchen, then let them know. It looks better than having a big hole in your application regarding your personal life.

Interview Advice:

Do your best to relax before the interview. Take time to research WSP and their progress, and their major projects and also projects related to your field of expertise.

Make sure to prepare a list of questions you have for us. It's a two-way interview and WSP don't want to hire somebody who may not be comfortable at the company. Asking questions during the interview is the best way to find out if we're a good fit for you.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Definitely apply!

Interview Advice:

Relax, everyone is very very friendly.

Assistant, Acoustic Consultant, Birmingham at WSP
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Application Advice:

Highlight your key positives and how this will benefit the company.

Interview Advice:

Be sociable and friendly, personality is just as important as educational qualifications.

Graduate Remediation Consultant, Remediation at WSP
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Application Advice:

Apply, it is a fantastic company if you make it that. Don't expect anything to be given to you on a plate, your learning is yours and what you make of it. Financially better companies out there but a good start for a career.

Interview Advice:

Standard assessment day, if you have prior experience of them then do not worry. No exams or technical interviews. It is about you and how you work with others.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Application Advice:

Check back later in the year, as the company is expanding rapidly and is likely to have more positions available after the initial assessment centre etc. phase.

Interview Advice:

Know what you want to do and how the position will help you get there.

Civil Engineering, Development at WSP
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Application Advice:

WSP Global employs graduates who are interested in the company and keen to learn.

Interview Advice:

The graduate recruitment day always includes a group exercise. Work as a team, stay calm and _read the brief._

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at WSP
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Application Advice:

Clear idea on the sector you would like to work. Think about what you would like to improve personal and professional skills and/or gain new expereience.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and self confident.

Pavement Engineer, Aviation at WSP
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Application Advice:

It is important to acknowledge that there is more to the job you're potentially going into than the knowledge gained at university. Being technically skilled will not get you a job nor will it prepare you for the reality of working on the high-profile projects WSP works on. Being a good all round engineer is important, showing skills at communication with other members of the company in diverse departments, and showing a willingness to learn the new practical aspects of engineering.

Interview Advice:

If you've said something on your CV/covering letter then it's fair game to ask you questions about it. Make sure if something is on your CV that you can talk about it. Also be prepared to be flexible on the location in which you want to work.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Application Advice:

Go for it, I did not even know I enjoyed doing bridge engineering until I gave it a go!

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Bridge Engineering at WSP
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Application Advice:

Know exactly what area / work interest you want and where you want to go.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't lie. Everyone has areas of inexperience and weakness, they are looking for people they can mold to a role into the company.

Engineer, Southampton at WSP
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Application Advice:

This is ideal for a self starter and someone who wants to get into the thick of it from day one.

Interview Advice:

Specific technical skills and abilities can be taught once employed. What WSP are looking for is someone keen and willing to learn as well as who they can work with. Explain your interests and how you want to progress and there's enough niches to find a department/office where you'll work well.

Graduate Remediation Engineer, Remediation (Environment/Energy) at WSP
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Interview Advice:

Interviews were not very technical so it is mostly about presenting yourself as someone who your interviewer would want to work with. Be prepared to talk about your work experience and answer a few "standard" interview questions e.g. "Talk about a situation when you dealt with a difficult customer" and "What role do usually take on within a team" as well as some more unusual questions e.g "Please draw a bicycle."

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

Prestigious Projects

Worst:

Work intensity fluctuates depending on projects/clients/time of year etc.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

Big on Health & Safety, International opportunities available, diverse range of projects to work on locally and nationally.

Development at WSP
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Best:

Good colleagues, fun office.

Worst:

Have periods with lots of work then periods with hardly any - inconsistent.

Transport Planner, Transport Planning at WSP
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Best:

Good emphasis on work life balance. Great people and friendly atmosphere in the office.

Worst:

Quite a large company. Easy to lose sight of people and only see the budgets and the numbers.

Assistant Hydrologist, at WSP
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Best:

Lots of different projects.

Worst:

Deadlines can be tight.

Graduate Engineer, Tunnel Ventilation at WSP
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Best:

Well established with a very good reputation amongst major clients.

Worst:

No framework for promotions, lack of consistency across business units in terms of career progression. Promotions purely based on years spent not achievements or hard work.

Assistant Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Great office culture , great work

Worst:

lots to do, not enough time!

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

Like-minded people, great dynamic environment, global

Graduate Consultant, Rail at WSP
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Best:

lots of varied work

Worst:

Slightly under payed in my opinion

Assistant Engineer, Energy Solutions (District Heating) at WSP
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Best:

Working for a global organisation means more opportunities in terms of getting involved in a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects and improving your skills.

Worst:

Due to a large amount of people working at the company there is no much chance of high levels of responsibility early in the career, and less chance for promotion. The benefits package including salary could also be better.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Large amount of training avalible

Worst:

Lots of personal safety paperwork.

Building Services Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Best:

Prestigious projects
Good pay
Technical support from my team

Worst:

Expectation of long hours, though not as bad as some other companies, we are a small team and sometimes longer hours than I am comfortable with are expected

Geotechnical Engineer, Geotechnical at WSP
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Best:

Huge support group of graduates, line managers, etc.
Dedicated social committee for each office.
Consistently wins prestigious projects.
Fantastic engineering consultancy reputation.
Growing rapidly.

Worst:

Currently acquiring multiple companies, integration process takes time.

Graduate Engineer, CFD at WSP
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Best:

Friendly informal atmosphere with approachable management that trusts its employees.

Worst:

large company so some processes can be cumbersome.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Best:

People

Worst:

Work life balance and ensuring you contribute

Highways Engineer / Assistant Project Manager, Transport at WSP
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Best:

The company has a very positive policy of empowering people to make decisions. As such I am aware of and occasionally take part in informing strategic decisions such as a Birmingham growth strategy.

Worst:

It is a large company and it can be difficult to try and know everyone. There is no obvious push to try and break these barriers down with something like a large breakout room.

Graduate Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Best:

Working atmosphere

Worst:

Lack of innovation

Gradaute Geotechnical Engineer, Geotechnical Engineering at WSP
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Best:

The work we win.

Worst:

Very corporate directive

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Best:

I like the atmosphere, the networking events, the type of work and the opportunities it gives toward reach the chartership status

Worst:

Variable work load: sometimes is super busy, sometimes is too calm

Graduate Rail Planning and Operations Consultant, Rail at WSP
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Best:

Prestigious
International

Worst:

Can't think of anything bad

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

The People/Employees

Worst:

Schedule of work

Assistant Air Quality Consultant, Air Quality / Cardiff at WSP
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Best:

Great development opportunities on high profile projects

Worst:

Lack of clarity regarding pay rises and promotions

Graduate Engineer, Rail Management Services at WSP
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Best:

Major projects are won due to company resources and prestige.

Worst:

Large company, perhaps more difficult to rise to a leadership position quickly.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Best:

Interesting projects, job security, flexible hours and supportive line manager.

Worst:

No international relocation.

Graduate Engineer, Bridge Enginnering at WSP
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Best:

Opportunities to work on a variety of projects

Worst:

Multipliers (strict budgets on projects)

Graduate Engineer, Transport Planning at WSP
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Best:

Respected name, wide client base and variety of project work

Worst:

Career progression could be better

Assistant Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

Great helpdesks and support network for all issues be they technical, financial, hr etc. Competitive pay, chance to drive your own career and highly diverse nature of work available

Worst:

Nothing

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Best:

The people and the projects.

Worst:

It can be stressful, and time consuming,

Graduate structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Best:

big, many sectors, good career opportunities, ok salaries, good people

Worst:

salaries could be higher (even though they are ok), better benefits

Industry Systems Integrator, Rail at WSP
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Best:

Team Work, atmosphere of the office, projects where I'm involved, graduate program, social activities....

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructures at WSP
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Best:

The opportunities available.

Worst:

I found the company structure very daunting and confusing when I joined as I have only every worked in small teams at wildlife charities. Also the computer systems and health & safety hoops you have to jump through to do the simplest tasks.

Graduate Ecologist, Ecology at WSP
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Best:

good opportunities, recognised as a global competitor, status of the company

Worst:

can sometimes feel a bit lost in a big company

Graduate Engineer, Development- Water at WSP
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Best:

Renown projects

Worst:

Lack of support for junior staff

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Best:

The people, the work, and the flexibility

Worst:

Sometimes lack of work or type of work if there is limited availability

Assisstant Engineer, Power Networks at WSP
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Best:

They are in so many industries they will almost certainly have a role for you

Worst:

Because its so big you are more of just a number, not quite so personal.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Best:

Good reputation

Worst:

Man dominated industry

Transport Planning, Development at WSP
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Best:

The people- great working environment, lots of opportunities to work on a variety of projects and develop a wide range of technical skills

Worst:

Office politics!

Assistant Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Best:

The people

Worst:

Organization - short term planning as to where they want you to work. E.g. may tell you on Friday they want you in London on Monday

Graduate Process Engineer, at WSP
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Best:

The friendly atmosphere, even those higher up are very friendly and approachable and welcome and recognise your thoughts. Your health and wellbeing is definitely considered.

Worst:

Very little communication regarding how much you should be paid and their expectations for each role.

Assistant Ecologist, Environment at WSP
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Best:

Supportive graduate development programme.

Worst:

Not always the best at sharing the most interesting projects around all of the offices.

Transport Planner, Development at WSP
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Best:

good graduate starting salary, with a good benefits package. great office location in central Manchester. High profile projects currently being worked on. A large amount of responsibility from the start which makes you feel part of a project.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Best:

Great colleagues

Worst:

Can be a bit disorganised.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

The size of the company and the existing reputation means we gain inst resting and innovative work.

Worst:

Very corporate, sometimes they enforce policies that don't really make any sense to my team

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Its values; I feel supported and enjoy being at work, plus the work is generally high profile and exciting to work on.

Worst:

Not sure

Assitant Environmental Consultant, Environment – Ecology at WSP
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Best:

Really friendly colleagues and supportive atmosphere within the office, great office location (London), lots of support towards professional chartership, great work/life balance, big prestigious projects available to get involved in.

Worst:

Training is initially fairly limited dependent on which department you are placed in, organising rotations can be time consuming and challenging, work load comes in peaks and troughs (common in the consulting industry).

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Worst:

A lot of merging in recent years so it's becoming a really big brand and some kinks in the new organization are still in the process of being solved.

Graduate Water Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Support from senior colleagues.

Worst:

Planning sector is not recognised.

Graduate Planner, at WSP
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Best:

Competent people, easy communication, integrity of the company, interesting opportunities

Engineering Geologist, Building and Structures at WSP
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Best:

The training schemes provided and assistance with professional accreditation.

Worst:

It may be hard to 'move up' quickly as the company is so large.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineering at WSP
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Best:

The people

Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

The opportunity to work abroad, on large and small scale projects, the assistance in becoming chartered and obtaining other qualifications. Vast opportunity for promotions. Can also change discipline providing you are suited to the role.

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at WSP
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Best:

The huge range of opportunities

Worst:

Landscape architects have to adhere to engineers drawings more often than in a purely landscape company.

Graduate Landscape Architect or Graduate Environmental Consultant, Landscape Architecture at WSP
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Worst:

(1) The salary isnt as competitive as some of the rivals.

(2) Even with an MSc, salary is still the same as graduates without a postgraduate qualification (in London anyway!!).

Geotechnical Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Best:

Good ethics.
Generally work to the standards they sell to the client.

Worst:

Graduate development is controlled by which office you work in.

Geotechnical Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Benefits package and training support

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Best:

The people.

Worst:

The people.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Best:

good working environment

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

Training opportunities and support systems.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and Bridges at WSP
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Best:

The salary

Worst:

The location of the office

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

They are a great support to me as a graduate, encouraging me to push myself as a consultant. They have good values and communication across all levels of employees.

Worst:

I have not yet experience anything negative.

Graduate Consultant, Waste and Renewable at WSP
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Best:

Friendly

Worst:

Line manager communication about future career

Graduate Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

The management structure is very visible, supportive and friendly.

Worst:

Following several major mergers over the last few years the company has some overlapping teams and can feel slightly disjointed however this has improved dramatically recently.

Assistant Consultant, Environmental at WSP
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Best:

Iconic projects

Worst:

Money

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structures at WSP
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Best:

Training scheme, they actually put effort into training you up.

Worst:

Seniors aren't as approachable....or they don't take your views and opinions seriously.

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure at WSP
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Best:

It is supposed that there are plenty of career opportunities

Worst:

It is a big company and, in my office, I feel that we are not really appreciated sometimes

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Best:

Being such a large company, there are always networking opportunities and a lot of internal knowledge sharing activities (webinars, seminars etc.). The involvement of WSP in new and innovative engineering projects provides greater opportunities for staff also.

Worst:

The process of career progression (promotions etc.) lacks clarity, as does the organizational layout of the company's staff.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

Graduates are given early responsibilities

Worst:

cant think of one

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Best:

International opportunities. Good culture.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Best:

Opportunity to work in big and challenging Projects such as HS2

Worst:

Overtime when it is required

Assistant Track Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Best:

this survey

Worst:

didn't I just write this?

Graduate, Ecology at WSP
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Best:

Being involved in a large company makes things easy when employees are not happy and need a career change. It is quite easy to move into different projects, teams, departments, offices even countries. Small companies do not provide that kind of flexibility.

Worst:

Big salary gap between low and high ranking employees.

Assistant Engineer, Transport Modelling at WSP
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Best:

its reputation - means we get a lot of really exciting work, and opportunities internationally as well.

Worst:

Its size means you're a tiny cog in a huge machine.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

The team
The projects
The progression
The experience I gain

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Risk Analyst, Risk Management at WSP
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Best:

The freedom to be completely in control of your own time and pace at which you want to work at.

Worst:

You are often forgotten about in a company as large as WSP. There are work droughts and you are left stressing about what you will fill in on the timesheet for some days.

Graduate Engineer, Bridges at WSP
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Best:

The people and working environment

Worst:

I'm a small fish in a very big pond

Environmental Consultant, Environmental Due Diligence at WSP
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Best:

- Wide range of disciplines and expertise form which to consult when in need or to offer to clients.

- Friendly and supportive.

- Relatively young working environment.

- Well known and respected within the industry.

- Senior members (directors

Worst:

- Pay compared to competitors (including the lack of a London weighting compared to London based engineers who do get it).

Due Diligence, Envrionment at WSP
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Best:

Large company so opportunity to meet many different people and experiences different offices. Also a large social scene.

Worst:

As the company I so large its easy to feel undervalued, getting the working done is often more important that the individual.

Graduate Transport Planner, Development Planning at WSP
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Best:

Great working environment with opportunities to work on big/iconic projects.

Worst:

Often feel like a very small fish in a very big pond making it difficult to envision a future or direction for your career.

Graduate Engineer, Building Structures at WSP
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Best:

it is a company that will take the time to teach you and send people on courses to learn

Worst:

can become stressful when project deadlines are close

Graduate, Aviation at WSP
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Best:

The flexibility and the support they provide professionally and personally.

Worst:

The focus on money and utilisation can be a little draining.

Graduate Consultant, Archaeology and Heritage at WSP
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Best:

The variety of projects. It's a well known company in the industry.

Worst:

It's a big company and you can sometimes feel like just a number, particularly when decisions are made based on groups of people (e.g. all graduates), rather than looking at individual input.

Assistant Engineer, Development at WSP
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Best:

Great brand reputation. Can draw in experience and knowledge from other parts of the business.

Worst:

IT issues

Graduate Engineer, Highways at WSP
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Best:

Training, flexibility and working environment.

Worst:

None.

Assistant Engineer, Highways & Bridges at WSP
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Best:

Global presence

Worst:

Very large - easy to feel lost

Graduate, at WSP
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Best:

Having the opportunity to work abroad and have clear career progression

Graduate Engineering Geologist, Geotechnical at WSP
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Best:

Graduate scheme is quite good and seems to be constantly evolving. Have learn a variety of skills and knowledge on this which helps me work toward my ICE chartership

Worst:

Too heavily resourced at times and salary increases and benefits appear to be better in other similar companies

Assistant Engineer, Development Infrastructure/Water at WSP
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Best:

Prayer/multi-faith room.

The work/life balance.

Company culture.

Diversity of projects.

Company support for my professional development.

Employee diversity.

Worst:

Erm...struggling to think of one.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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Best:

A lot of support is available if you are stuck

Worst:

None so far

Graduate Engineer, Rail at WSP
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