We’re a global family of more than 54,000 changemakers, 7,000 in the UK, all with the imagination to see things not as they are, but as they could be.

The WSP Changemakers are at the heart of our transformative thinking and are setting a new agenda for a smarter, greener future that includes us all.

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Graduate Guide

Want to know about who we are and what we do? Then read our graduate brochure - a handy guide to our Graduate Development Programme and what you can expect if you join us as a WSP Changemaker.

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Graduate Journey

Take a look at our interactive roadmap to discover what your graduate journey could look like with us and all the opportunities available as a WSP Changemaker

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Graduate FAQs

How do you apply for a position at WSP? What degree disciplines do we recruit? Where will you be based? 

We understand you'll have more questions to ask, so take a look at our most frequently asked questions.

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Rosie Atkins

I joined WSP in 2018 and I’m now an Energy Engineer. I wanted to work in energy because it’s so critical; everybody needs it for keeping homes, hospitals, workplaces - everything - alive. I’ve been fortunate to work on big picture, ground-breaking projects, including within the rapidly growing hydrogen sector which will support our journey to net zero, and deliver cleaner energy. It’s rewarding to play my small part in decarbonising the energy sector and working towards a lower carbon future. We need to stand up for cleaner energy, today.

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Suzanna Massingue

I joined WSP in 2017 and I’m now a Senior Consultant within future mobility. My role allows me to understand what it takes to design better places for people, and how transport can be more sustainable, convenient and inclusive. I particularly enjoy the human-centric focus of my work looking at the individual and their needs. I have to think ‘outside of the box’ and develop more innovative ways of addressing major transport challenges, including decarbonisation which is critical in working towards net zero. It’s great to play my part in tackling the major transport challenges of today, and tomorrow.

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Jack Heslop

I joined WSP in 2016 and I’m now a Civil Engineer in the water team. We tackle some of the biggest challenges facing coastal communities today. I’ve been involved in a diverse range of national and international projects; from designing wetland habitats to defending communities from flooding and extreme weather. I believe the scale of these challenges mean we have to think differently and that’s something I can do within my role at WSP, where my ideas, new ways of thinking and enthusiasm are rewarded.

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In 2020, we supplied 14,000 pieces of PPE to frontline health workers, committed to halving the carbon footprint of our designs and advice by 2030, and donated over £135,000 to range of charities and community projects.

These achievements, and many others, would not be possible without the compassion and resilience of our people.

Take a look at some highlights from our UK Annual Sustainability Report

All you need to know about our Graduate Assessment Centres

You’ve taken the time to research us, apply online, completed your online behavioural assessment and now it’s time to meet us. We realise this can feel like a big step into the unknown, which is why we’ve provided you with some advice, tips and notes around what to expect.

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Tips for Applying to WSP

Each year we receive over 7,000 applications to our graduate roles and we review all of the applications we receive. As our 2022 campaign launches this Autumn, we wanted to share some of our top tips for making an application for the WSP Graduate Development Programme.

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Nature Positive?

We teamed up with independent think-tank Bright Blue to publish a new analysis of public attitudes towards the UK's natural environment. The 'Nature Positive?' report analyses the public's views on the value of nature, how we access and engage with it, and the responsibility and actions of different stakeholders for its protection and enhancement.

View the full report and analysis