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NCE to hold seminar for graduate engineers

Published: Friday, 15 October 2010   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

Graduate engineers are being encouraged to attend a special new event to discuss the impact of spending cuts on their career path.

New Civil Engineer (NCE) is planning to hold its inaugural Infrastructure Show in the 'airport hub' of the Birmingham NEC next Wednesday (October 20th).

The initiative - which NCE claims is the first of its type in the industry - will allow both students and graduates to offer their views in a "hard-hitting debate".

"A panel of industry leaders, plus last year's top three NCE Graduate Award winners, will head up the seminar," noted the group.

"Anyone involved in graduate recruitment - and especially civils students and graduates interested in their own futures - are invited to this open debate to voice their own hopes and fears."

The event is set to get underway at 11:30 BST, just minutes before chancellor George Osborne divulges the details of his long-awaited comprehensive spending review.

Earlier this week, Daily Bruin columnist Avni Nijhawan claimed that a gap year could be a good option for graduates in the current jobs market.

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