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Students - get that that job in civil engineering!

Come along for some free fun and careers advice at NCE's How to Get a Job in Civil Engineering Live! event in Edinburgh over the weekend of 30 November to 1 December and be in with the chance of winning an all expenses paid trip to New York, Stockholm or Dublin!

We have room for some more students so there is still time to get your entries in to our simple competition to win a place at this unique event. Go to www.nce.co.uk/competitions to book your spot.

NCE and leading consultant WSP will be hosting you at the lively Globetrotter Inn and apart from entertainment, meals, drinks and competitions you will hear first hand from top employers in consultancy, contracting and client organisations about the sorts of jobs on offer for you when you qualify. There will be expert advice on interview techniques, likely interview questions and how to write a top quality CV. And you will also get the inside track on how to get your Institution of Civil Engineers qualification as quickly as possible.

You will also meet fellow students from universities around the country who will be your colleagues and your peers throughout your career so it is good chance to make some early contacts.

Above all you will have a great time and get a head start on everyone else in your career.

Enter at www.nce.co.uk/competitions NOW!

EXTRA PLACES AVAILABLE! ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 14 NOVEMBER!!

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