Today, EngineeringUK proudly celebrates International Women in Engineering Day #INWED21 and the amazing work that women engineers around the world are doing #WomenInEngineering.
Kaede Sugano and Kell Johnston have been awarded the top prizes in The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition
New analysis from EngineeringUK has shown 14.5% of those working in engineering are female.
Big Bang Digital includes ‘Ask the expert’ featuring leading scientists Dame Professor Sarah Gilbert, Dr Harpeet Sood and Sir Jeremy Farrar.
10 remarkable projects from young people aged 13 to 18 have been shortlisted to compete for a major national title as part of this year’s finals of The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition.
EngineeringUK is part of the Kickstart Scheme, which provides 6-month paid job opportunities for young people to gain experience of working in some of Britain’s most exciting companies and organisations, funded by the Government.
A joint report by EngineeringUK and 7 engineering and careers organisations calls on government to invest £40 million in improving access to careers provision for students in schools and colleges in England.
From understanding what diversity really means to reaching underrepresented groups, gain insights on the importance of diversity and how to improve it.
EngineeringUK has worked in partnership with The Careers & Enterprise Company to develop a new online resource for employers.