Working in this sector could see you working anywhere from buildings in your local community to space aircraft in aerospace engineering and everything in between. The industry is the linchpin to nearly everything we see and do in the modern world, there is almost no structure or mechanism which hasn’t been developed through an engineer or manufacturer.
Areas of work that require qualified engineering and manufacturing graduates include music, space, pharmaceuticals, automation, robotics, nuclear and biotechnology.
Due to a sector-wide skills shortage demand for engineering and manufacturing graduates is high. There is an especially high requirement for more females within the sector and much thinking and strategy goes into how to recruit female STEM talent.
National Nuclear Laboratory
The National Nuclear Laboratory has brought together the UK’s nuclear research and development capability. Learn more about us here.
One Programme, Two Years, Three Secondments, Endless Opportunities. Nucleargraduates is on a mission to create a diverse pipeline of future talent for the nuclear industry.
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The European Space Agency is an intergovernmental organisation. To learn about our mission and graduate schemes, click here.
The ECITB works with employers and training providers to attract, develop and qualify the engineering construction workforce in a wide range of craft, technical and professional disciplines.
Arcadis is the leading global design and consultancy firm for natural and built assets. Learn more about our graduate roles here.