Friday 29 September sees the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) exhibiting at Cambridge Network’s latest recruitment event, providing potential MSc and PhD candidates with an interest in an engineering career the opportunity to learn more about studying for an engineering degree while working on a real project in an industry environment.
NSIRC will be showcasing a full range of opportunities available at its Granta Park base, including information for MSc courses in Structural Integrity, Oil and Gas Engineering, and Engineering Leadership and Management, as well as the extensive range of fully funded PhD scholarships in Engineering and Structural Integrity.
An additional benefit of this event from Cambridge Network, is the inclusion of CV and Interview workshops that will be available to the benefit of all attendees throughout the afternoon. A truly excellent opportunity to make certain that your CV and interview techniques are to the highest standards.
The event is free so make sure you sign-up below to attend.
NSIRC is a state-of-the-art postgraduate engineering facility established and managed by structural integrity specialist TWI. NSIRC unites academia and industry, working closely with lead academic partner Brunel University London and more than 20 other respected universities, as well as founder sponsors BP and the Lloyd's Register Foundation. The collaborating partners provide academic excellence to address the need for fundamental research, as well as high-quality, industry-relevant training for the next generation of structural integrity engineers.
Cambridge Network is a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK. They bring people together - from business and academia - to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration and partnership for shared success.
It was founded in 1998 by an influential group comprising the then Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, now Lord Broers, with businessmen and entrepreneurs Hermann Hauser, David Cleevely, Nigel Brown, Fred Hallsworth, and Anthony Ross then head of 3i Cambridge.