Apprenticeships: a 5-point plan
Read our latest report, Fit for the future: a 5-point plan to grow and sustain engineering and technology apprenticeships, led by Lord Knight and Lord Willetts.Read the report
Driving change so more young people choose engineering and technology careers
Our vision is that the UK has the diverse workforce needed for engineering and technology to thrive and to drive economic prosperity, improve sustainability and achieve net zero.
Bringing together resources to support practitioners to get the most out of their engagement.
Working together to inspire a diverse engineering workforce.
The Big Bang
Showcasing surprising possibilities and connecting young people to inspiring role models in STEM.
Neon brings together the UK's best engineering experiences and inspiring careers resources
We base everything we do on research and evidence
For more than 20 years, we've published a comprehensive report on the state of engineering in the UK – providing a detailed examination of engineering’s economic contribution and the composition of its workforce.
New review published on STEM clubs increasing aspirations for engineering and tech careers
EngineeringUK has published a new report which brings together the available evidence on STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) clubs and their ability to increase students’ aspirations for engineering and technology careers.
Why we must make apprenticeships fit for the future
In our most recent column for The Engineer, EngineeringUK Chief Executive Dr Hilary Leevers explains the necessity of growing the number of available apprenticeships in engineering, manufacturing, and technology
EngineeringUK responds to DfE apprenticeships data
In response to the Department for Education (DfE) releasing new full year (2022/3) apprenticeships data for England on 30 November 2023, EngineeringUK has run an analysis on the data related to the engineering and technology sector.