Website links for students
Big Ambition provides information about digital careers.
Bitesize site has all the BBC’s education content, including information on engineering.
Bright Knowledge Engineering – a guide to Engineering careers, education and student life.
Bright Knowledge Science and Maths – a guide to Science and Maths careers, education and student life.
Engineering Council – information about qualifications and accredited courses in engineering.
ETrust provides STEM activities for UK youth.
European Space Education Resource Office provides information about engineering challenges in space.
FutureMorph – showing how science and maths related subjects can give you the skills and knowledge to get a job!
Girls-allowed/Training 2000 gives information about apprenticeships in engineering.
Go Cracker lots of information and news about STEM subjects, industry sectors, apprenticeships, universities and leading employers.
I Could – career inspiration and information.
My Day Engineering on twitter – find out what engineers do all day.
National STEM Centre – STEM careers resources database.
The Plotr School Zone – exists to help teachers and advisers unlock careers inspiration and help young people plot a path that’s right for them to careers they’ll love.
Prospects – careers information about engineering jobs.
Rolls-Royce Education – find out how Rolls-Royce supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in schools and use our resources – including their interactive ‘Journey Through A Jet Engine’, teacher resources and interactive games for primary and secondary students.
STEMettes – learn about STEM careers and find female role models in STEM.
The Make It campaign showcases the manufacturing sector – an exciting and rewarding career option.
The Royal Academy of Engineering provides some investigative projects to inspire you with project work.
Tomorrow’s Engineers – information and resources about the amazing careers available in engineering and the financial support available.
Why not Chem Eng? Find out what chemical engineers do and explore how to get a career.
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) – have a look at female talent in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) from classroom to boardroom and a wide range of resources and organisations to help you on your career path into STEM.
Women in Space – an inspiring and interactive resource showcasing the historic heroines and the modern marvels working in the space industry, and the female engineers who help propel the astronauts into space.
Women Rock Science – Blogs from women in STEM.
Women’s Engineering Society (WES) has great case studies of inspiring women in engineering.
Young Engineers shows the importance and excitement of engineering as a future career.
Video links for students
This mini documentary investigating career opportunities in engineering and where STEM subjects can take you. Get the scoop from successful engineers and scientists at BP, TRW, Baker Hughes, the Bloodhound Project and ARUP.
This Youtube video showing female engineers talking about their jobs at WSP.