Network Rail increases engineering places for graduates by 50%

Network Rail is to increase the number of engineering places on its 2016 graduate scheme by more than 50%.

Thu, 29 Oct 2015

Network Rail is to increase the number of engineering places on its 2016 graduate scheme by more than 50%. 

In a statement, the firm today revealed there are 150 places available on its 2016 graduate programme, with 80 places across mechanical, electrical and civil engineering. The other the graduate roles are split between general...

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