Engineering Design and Mathematics graduate destinations
From the moment our students start, they get careers information and advice - from employers, our careers team, and their tutors. So by the time they graduate, they will be equipped with the experience, contacts and skills to succeed in their chosen careers.
Great graduate career opportunities
- Engineering graduates go into jobs in a range of industry sectors and roles. These include automotive and aeronautical design, mechanical, electronic, production and process engineering.
- Mathematics and statistics graduates also enter a variety of careers - usually requiring numeracy skills. These include data and statistical analysis, financial, and marketing roles in the private or public sector.
Top graduate employers
Our employer partners include, Airbus, GE Aviation and Babcock. Our partners shape our courses through participation in our Industrial Advisory Board, give careers presentations and advice, and provide placements and work experience.
Graduates go into jobs with our employer partners and others leading employers including:
- Rolls Royce
- Ministry of Defence
- GE Aviation
- Renishaw Engineering
- HM Revenue and Customs
Recognised by industry
Many of our courses are accredited by the relevant professional bodies, so our students will leave with industry-recognised qualifications and study exemptions in many cases.
Industry ready graduates
Work experience is vital in today's crowded jobs market. Students will have the opportunity to get real world experience working on live briefs and projects. And while they're here, we provide one-to-one support to help them find experience that fits their career plans.
Placement students are more likely to go into high-level graduate jobs and have a higher average starting salary. As well as providing students with support in their search for a placement, we prepare students through tailored workshops. Previous students have secured a year-long placement at employers including: Airbus, BAE Systems, Boeing Defence UK, CERN, Office for National Statistics, Network Rail, QinetiQ, Renishaw, and Rolls Royce.
Volunteering can help develop valuable skills through opportunities like teaching IT skills, robotics or technical subjects in the community.
Exhibitions such as our annual Faculty of Environment and Technology Degree Show attract employers from across the region. This is the perfect opportunity to show employers work and network with potential employers.
Specialist careers support
Careers advice and coaching is available for each department. The Careers Service provide input into the curriculum and alongside degree programmes, giving up-to-date labour market and graduate destination information, as well as coaching for students in their professional development planning.
Students are emailed a fortnightly newsletter with news of top work-based learning opportunities, and can access the UWE Careers Toolkit which includes access to our services, a job search engine, resources, videos and employer information. Students can also come along to our twice daily careers drop-in or schedule a one-to-one with our dedicated team. We also arrange regular presentations and Q&As from leading sector employers. It doesn't end when students graduate.
Students are emailed a weekly newsletter with news of opportunities and have access to cloud-based career resources. They can also come along to our twice daily careers drop-in or schedule a one-to-one with our dedicated team. We also arrange regular presentations and Q&As from leading sector employers.
It doesn't end when students graduate. Alumni can access our full careers services for up to three years after graduation.
Some graduates opt for more in-depth further study in subjects related to their degree and some progress into teacher training.
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