Apprenticeships at Brighton

Maria Diakoumi

Encouraging women to become Civil Engineers

Women bring different perspectives to workplaces and teams, and as in so many sectors, we need both men and women.

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Built Environment Degree Apprenticeships

Noel Painting, who leads on the built environment programmes, introduces the Chartered Surveyor and Construction Site Manager Degree Apprenticeships. Find out more about the Chartered Surveyor Degree Apprenticeship.

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Civil Engineering Degree Apprenticeship

Course Leader Maria Diakoumi introduces the Civil Engineer Degree Apprenticeship. Find out more about the Civil Engineer Degree Apprenticeship.

Alishba Emmanuel

Catching up with Chartered Town Planning apprentice, Alishba Emmanuel

“I was slightly nervous about starting something concurrently whilst working in a new role, but it’s been brilliant. The support from the university and the workplace has been more than I could ask for.” Alishba Emmanuel is an Apprentice Planning Officer working for Uttersfield District Council in Essex while studying with the University of Brighton…

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quote from apprentice Tom with his image "When I’m studying at university, I’m learning things that directly relate to what I’m doing at work. When we learned about hydraulics there were direct links to the rivers and ditches I’ve been dealing with in my job"

Catching up with Civil Engineering apprentice, Tom King

“When I’m studying at university I’m learning things that directly relate to what I’m doing at work.” The Apprenticeship team caught up with Tom King who works for West Sussex County Council as a Senior Highway Steward. Tom is currently in his fourth year of the five-year apprenticeship programme after completing his Higher National Certificate…

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University of Brighton Apprentice featured on Royal Town Planning Institutes ‘Meet a Planner’ website

Alishba Emanuel, a University of Brighton Town Planning apprentice, talked to the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) about why she decided to join the programme and how this has helped her with career progression.   Read about Alishba, and many other planner’s journeys on the Institute’s website. Find out more about our Chartered Town Planning Masters Degree Apprenticeship.

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