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Engineering Education Scheme (England)
The Engineering Education Scheme (England) links teams of four Year 12 students and their teacher with local companies to work on real scientific, engineering and technological problems.

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During their six-month project phase, students are encouraged to show industrial enterprise, creativity and innovation whilst gaining extensive experience of problem-solving, team-working and project management. All key life skills are developed within the context of the world of work.
Personal development education realised through work related learning is at the core of this high quality educational enrichment scheme.

The EESE can bring multiple benefits to companies from cost effective project solutions (many EESE teams have saved companies tens and even hundreds of thousands of pounds) to high quality professional development of the organisation’s engineers and scientists. The Scheme improves industrial and higher education links and can provide early access to high ability, potential graduate recruits.

  • Annually between 1300-1400 students participate in the Scheme (30% women)
  • 89% of students go on to read engineering or associated science/IT/technical degrees
  • 98% of teachers considered the scheme relevant to education’s needs
  • 97% of participating engineers considered the scheme to be relevant to their company’s needs

For more information go to www.thescheme.org.uk

This site is administered by Go4SET. Go4SET is an activity of the Engineering Development Trust (EDT). Registered charity number 1002459