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NCE's 2011 Graduate Awards down to six finalists

Six finalists in NCE’s 2011 Graduate Awards face a challenging half hour this week as they are interviewed by a judging panel of senior engineers from all 16 sponsors of this international competition.

On offer is not only the top Graduate of the Year award with its £1,250 prize, but also two runners’ up cheques for £600 and three highly commended places each worth £300.

The shortlisted graduates beat over 90 entries from five countries including India and Australia. They will receive their awards at the ICE next month.

The finalists are; Claire Gott from Southampton University and now with WSP Group; Jonathan Han from Liverpool University and Balfour Beatty; James Holloway from Edinburgh University and Arup; Paul McNulty from Queen’s University Belfast; Simon Rawlins, Newcastle University and Amey; plus Sakthy Selvakumaran from Cambridge University and Gifford.

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