By choosing to start your career as a WSP graduate, you will be joining a family of 2200+ people in the Middle East, and over 700 technical experts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Graduate Guide

Graduate Guide

By joining our innovative programme, our graduates will discover:
• An inclusive working environment 
• Investment in career & personal development
• Mentoring from the industry’s best
• Real world experiences on iconic projects
• A global workforce with regional strength
• Opportunities to help drive economic and social development in KSA



Graduate Journey

Our industry leading programme offers KSA Nationals a strong foundation to begin their engineering journey. From working on some of the Kingdom’s most iconic projects to learning about the key sectors that will transform the Kingdom – the career development opportunities we provide are first-class and open up a world of opportunity.


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Maha Sanad

“Since joining WSP Middle East in 2021, it has been inspiring to join an organisation that provides a welcoming, inclusive environment for everyone to thrive within. The experience of WSP’s technical experts and the diversity of their backgrounds provides new joiners with a strong team atmosphere, opportunities to grow their skillsets, and a chance to absorb knowledge from industry role models whilst working on some of the Kingdom’s most iconic projects. As a young female Saudi, WSP is empowering me with the capabilities to shape the future by becoming a leader in this industry and delivering transformational projects for my country.”

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Saad Algahtani

I joined WSP Middle East in 2021 as a Civil Engineer. Being part of WSP's Graduate Programme has been a wonderful experience. The Programme provided me with the right resources and training opportunities that I needed at the start of my career. It also provided me with mentorship and exposure to several megaprojects in the Middle East. I am now working on a multi-million-riyal aviation project where the team is supporting me to acquire the technical and managerial skills that I need as I am looking forward to giving back to my country and contributing to the success of its development.


Fahdah AlBusaily

Fahdah Albusaily

Since I joined WSP Middle East in 2021 as a Graduate Architecture Consultant, I have had the privilege of working with a well-diversified and talented team in a very supportive work environment. I was also privileged to be part of WSP’s Graduate Programme, through which I had the chance to visit and work on several major projects in Saudi. The Programme did not only help me build great technical skills, but it also helped me expand my professional network and thus obtain technical support in various project disciplines. I am so proud that I am now working
with WSP on managing the master-planning and design of a multi-billion development scheme in Saudi.


Our programme in numbers

New Graduates Hired Annually
30+ 30+
Programme Alumni
100+ 100+
Graduates per intake
10-20 10-20

Cognitive Ability


Engineering role models for a diverse future

On International Women in Engineering Day 2021, WSP and AMAALA collaborated on a podcast episode to reflect on the progress being made to create more inclusive and diverse working environments for Saudi youth in engineering fields.



Weaving wellbeing into workplace cultures

For Global Wellness Day, WSP’s Chief People Officer and Director – Shared Services, Caroline Parsons joined AMAALA’s Wellness Manager and KSA Global Wellness Day Ambassador, Victoria Sharpe to share insights on improving workplace wellbeing.


Pioneering KSA’s Digital Blueprint

WSP’s Alia Abdulmalik, a Project Manager for WSP Middle East’s Project Management Services business collaborated with Misk Schools to envision how digital innovation and flexible placemaking can empower future generations of Saudis.