EngineeringUK is a not-for-profit organisation, which works in partnership with the engineering community to inspire tomorrow’s engineers and increase the number and diversity of young people choosing academic and vocational pathways into engineering.
This briefing provides an overview of female underrepresentation in engineering,both those coming through the education and training pipeline into the profession
and those working as engineers. It includes findings from our Engineering Brand Monitor, a national survey of young people and the public more generally into their
knowledge, perceptions and understanding of the profession, to provide some insight into this gender imbalance.
Action plan to harness the power of engineering to build a sustainable society and an inclusive economy that works for everyone. As part of delivering this goal we will work to foster talent and diversity so that the UK has a world-leading and truly inclusive engineering workforce.
EWB's purpose is to harness the potential of engineering to create an equitable reality for the planet and its people.Collaborating with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and their communities to improve their quality of life through technology and education.
The Women's Engineering Society is a charitable company, founded in 1919 to support women in engineering. Over 100 years later, we still operate as a Membership Society, promoting the education of women in engineering and advancing the education of the public concerning the study and practice of engineering among women.