Our aim is to produce talented and well-rounded graduates who are ready for careers in charge of our built environment.
Our programmes are shaped by industry and partner feedback, which ensures that our graduates are well prepared for the ever-changing global jobs market.
We have an impressive number of strategic partnerships within the sector that aim to bridge the gap between academia and industry, with colleagues from industry contributing guest lectures to our teaching programmes and providing real-world teamworking and on-site experiences to our students.
Our programmes are accredited or in the process of seeking accreditation by the relevant professional bodies in the UK, which facilitates progression towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status after a period of relevant graduate-level employment. Details of accreditations of individual programmes can be found in our prospectus. The School is also a corporate affiliate member of the Association of Project Management.
Our graduates secure a range of roles in a diverse set of organisations, including Arup, Atkins, Balfour Beatty, Kier Group, Morgan Sindall, Oxfam, Transport for London, WaterAid and WSP, to name a few.
We have a growing skills gap across the globe in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), and Loughborough’s master's programme provides an exciting opportunity towards closing that gap and ensuring we are ready for the demands and challenges that the future will bring.
Head of Profession for Intelligent Transport, WSP