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An undergraduate engineering degree can literally open up a whole world of opportunity.
Considering a change of career, engineering offers you opportunities in a wide range
of industry sectors.
If you already have or you’re planning to earn yourself a degree in a science or
an engineering related subject, the world of engineering and manufacturing offers
a host of career opportunities in many different disciplines and sectors. And the
potential to continue your development after your degree through to Chartered status
brings with it huge professional advantages with the variety and rewards to match
those in many other professional sectors.
But it’s a competitive world; it pays to do your homework and to start your “application”
early. Which degree course should you do? If you have a degree, what else are employers
looking for? What type of engineer are you? Research, design, production, industrial,
manufacturing, electronics, environmental...the list goes on. And what sector do
you want to work in? Automotive, aerospace, defence, process, food, electronics,
FMCG, nuclear....the choice is almost endless.
Explore the Engineering Careers site, its packed full of case studies and technology
updates to complement your studies and help you make the right decisions about your
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