Graduates & Young Professionals

Graduates & Young Professionals

A supportive and proactive environment for those starting out on their careers.

We do not apply a 'sit and watch' approach: from day one you can expect to be working on client projects under the supervision of experienced colleagues.

However, you will be surrounded by all the support you need to master your role and increase your technical knowledge of the international rail industry.

Female mentoring

Time will also be devoted to helping you acquire valuable client management techniques and important ‘soft’ skills – delivering presentations, project management, people management etc. – to build up your commercial strengths.

Drinks at seven

Plus, you will gain all the benefits you can expect from a career in a respected technical services organisation like Ricardo, whether taking advantage of opportunities to work on international assignments or just being part of a global community of young professional developing their knowledge together.

IMechE Railway Challenge Winners 2018

IMechE Railway Challenge Winners 2018

Our team of graduates and apprentices beat off all other entrants in the annual competition to design, build and test a miniature locomotive.  Read the story here. Read more

Structured graduate programmes

In Europe we run structured development programmes for recent engineering graduates looking to develop their careers within the rail sector.

Take a look at our Graduate schemes

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