Highlights of the year 2022/23

It’s our ambition to inform and inspire young people and to grow the number and diversity of tomorrow’s engineers. In 2022/23, the final year of a 5-year strategy period, we once again focussed our attention on 3 key pillars of activity to help us achieve this:

  • Increasing reach and inspiration
  • Developing and sharing insight
  • Growing collective impact

Our year 2022/23 in numbers



Some outcomes

The evaluations of our work with young people are tailored according to each activity, but some questions are asked across them as shown below. It’s important to take into account the intensity of each activity (for example, Robotics and The Competition are very intensive, Energy Quest is lighter touch), and also the different groups of students we are working with when looking at these findings. 


Evaluation outcomes


Stakeholders evaluation


Thank you for your support

EngineeringUK is a registered charity, and our main source of income comes from the registration fees of professionally registered engineers and technicians, which also fund the Engineering Council in its role as the profession’s regulatory body.

Thank you to the Professional Engineering Institutions, not only for this valuable financial contribution but also for the time their staff give to supporting our work. Thanks too to our Corporate Members and sponsors of individual programmes, including The Big Bang and Energy Quest whose additional support enables us to expand our activities even further.

Graphic showing income and expenditure


Download our Highlights 2022/23 report
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