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Only 18 places left for the 2nd Annual Next Generation Rail Conference

RRUKA in collaboration with the Young Railway Professionals (YRP) and Future Railway will host the second edition of the Next Generation Rail, which will take place at the Museum of Science of Industry (MOSI) in Manchester.


The conference has been created for early-career researchers and young professionals who would like to enhance their career in the rail industry.


This event is a unique opportunity to be part of the future vision for the railway and learn how innovation can drive your projects and your career…from seed to success.

Reasons to attend:

  • DISCOVER – You will have plenty of opportunities to
  • develop and learn new skills to support your career developement.
  • SHOWCASE – Next Generation Rail will provide an excellent forum for the exchange and sharing of knowledge and ideas.
  • NETWORK – Be part of the community of the future rail leaders and educators, and promote a foundation for collaboration


Tickets are as follows:

  • Site visit, Full conference, Dinner and accommodation – £195 (inc VAT)
  • Full conference, Dinner and accommodation – £185 (inc VAT)
  • Site visit, Full conference and Dinner (no accommodation) – £135 (inc VAT)
  • Dinner only (no accommodation) – £40 (inc VAT)


Hurry as there are only 18 places left.


Visit the 2nd Annual Next Generation Rail conference events page to register.


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