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Into consultancy: Experiences at Mott MacDonald Seminar

Origin: 
Engineering
Time:
16:00
Date:
18 February 2013
Venue:
Social Sciences Building (Bg 58), Room 1007 (L/R C) We are having drinks at the Staff Club after the seminar - feel free to come along and meet other staff and students working in the coastal field. Previously, students have found this an excellent opportunity to meet potential employers and explore possible dissertation projects. These seminars are intended for students and staff, recent graduates and invited professionals. If you have any queries, please contact Sally Brown at sb20@soton.ac.uk, x24796. Sally will be away on 18th February – please contact Susan Hanson if any queries on the day (S.E.Hanson@soton.ac.uk, x24796).

For more information regarding this seminar, please telephone Sally Brown on x24796 or email sb20@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Coastal Seminar Series These seminars are intended for students and staff, recent graduates and invited professionals

Stephanie and Matt joined the company in 2011 and 2012 respectively after completing the University’s MSc in Engineering in the Coastal Environment. Stephanie has worked on a variety of different projects including strategy studies for Hartlepool and North Norfolk and shoreline management planning in India. Matt has been involved in projects such as a subsea cable feasibility study in South Wales and a coastal defence concept design in Scotland. Both will share their experiences of making a transition from student life to consultancy, projects they have worked on and their goals of becoming chartered.

Speaker information

Stephanie Hampshire, Mott MacDonald. Coastal Engineers

Matt Wearmouth, Coastal Engineer. Mott MacDonald

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