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Now open for entries – NCE's Graduate of the Year Awards 2014

If you, or someone you know, graduated with a civil engineering - or related - degree in 2013, now is your chance to share in a record £4,000 prize pot -plus a room full of praise from senior industry professionals -by entering New Civil Engineer’s Graduate Awards 2014.

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Simply complete the FREE online entry form, highlighting why you should be chosen as one of our six winners in these highly respected industry awards. Enter now, well in advance of the 9 September 2014 deadline.

NCE, and our sponsors, believe there has never been a more important time to recognise and reward graduates - our industry’s future leaders.

“With massive challenges around global population growth, urbanisation and climate change, engineers are going to be essential in ensuring a happy, healthy and wealthy society,” Mark Hansford, editor, NCE and chair of the 2014 Awards judging panel

NCE’s Graduate Awards are a fantastic way to showcase the best of graduate talent that is emerging to play that vital role. The judging panel of senior directors from our sponsoring companies will read every entry, looking for all round ability. Enthusiasm and pride in becoming a civil engineer is as important as academic and engineering skills.

Why enter?

  • Meet the construction minister
  • Sit on government committees
  • Work with the ICE President
  • Share £4,000 prize money
  • Achieve the accolade of NCE Graduate of the Year!

Employers will also be praised; so if anyone in your company is eligible tell them of this unique opportunity for prizes, praise and - just maybe - a valuable step up that career ladder.

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