If you are interested in a career in engineering or are even just curious, click on the links below for more information.
Explore your future with Future Morph
With science and maths under your belt you could become anything you want. Future Morph is being designed to help you explore the possibilities. In the 'Discover futures' section you will find some fascinating articles illustrating some of the many exciting careers that are within your area of interest.
Engineering news, views and careers with Scenta
On this site you can find information on careers in science, engineering and technology. Whether you're at school, university or already in work this site has information for all. The site includes a careers catalogue, a library of role models who can tell you how they got into engineering, explanations of the engineering sectors, the courses you can take in engineering and, once you have trained as an engineer, how you can register as a professional engineer.
Connexions careers website – Jobs4You
This site has a database with a variety of engineering jobs with everything from sound engineers to environmental engineering – a great place to explore the options open to you in engineering. Click here just to look at the engineering jobs section.
New outlooks in Science and Engineering with Noise
Another great science and engineering site that includes a list of the coolest careers in science and engineering, an ask the 'noise expert' a question as well as lots of other interesting science and engineering facts including an information centre with some very interesting titles like ‘Racing with sharks - What’s that got to do with engineering?'. Take a look for yourself here.
Engineering girl a website with girly attitude
An American site promoting engineering to girls, which includes information about women currently working in engineering, information on careers in engineering as well as some interesting facts that every girl should know.
Motorsport Gurus; the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA)
If you are determined to go into motor sport as an engineer then we recommend you have a look at the MIA’s career advice page and download the MIA Motorsport Industry Careers Guide.
O*NET OnLine is a great website for those seriously looking at engineering careers and considering what to do and how to get into engineering. It includes a search facility for careers in engineering and even a search facility for 'green' occupations too.