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The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education will be hosting an Open Day on Tuesday 2 June, 9:30am – 4:30pm at the University of Birmingham.

The Open Day is an opportunity to learn more about the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education’s railway engineering courses and to discover the centre’s state-of-the-art learning environment, which give students with a passion for engineering the chance to flourish. Students can attend talks about the many taught and research opportunities available and have questions answered by University lecturers and students.

Railway engineering courses at the University will provide students with an excellent opportunity to develop their knowledge in a specialist area of their choice, to enhance employability and to stand out from the rest in the eyes of potential employers.

Professor Felix Schmid, Director of Education for BCRRE said:


There has never been a better time to be in the railway industry. A railway engineering degree will give competitive edge in launching your career in this diverse industry! At BCRRE, we are excited by the transformational power of railways. We believe that rail has a vital role in creating the world of tomorrow and are developing the people to lead it.