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Compensation and condonement policy

Compensation and condonement policy

Published: 05/12/2018

The Engineering Council has agreed wording for rules on compensation and condonement in consideration of the accreditation of undergraduate and postgraduate engineering degrees. …

Engineering degrees in top 20% for average earnings

Engineering degrees in top 20% for average earnings

Published: 03/12/2018

Engineering is in the top 20% of degree subjects in terms of raw average earnings for individuals at the age of 29 …

Six of the top 12 graduate jobs are in engineering

Six of the top 12 graduate jobs are in engineering

Published: 17/09/2018

Six of the top 12 best-paid graduate jobs (ranked by the degree subject they studied) were in engineering …

Accreditation of engineering courses

Accreditation of engineering courses

Published: 08/05/2018

Undertaking an Engineering Council accredited degree has appeal for many students, as it puts them on a straightforward path to professional registration …

Shaping the future of engineering

Shaping the future of engineering

Published: 08/05/2018

The Engineering Council takes an active interest in developments in national education and skills policies …

Future funding planned for engineering education

Future funding planned for engineering education

Published: 08/05/2018

The Office for Students’ (OfS) Business Plan 2018-19 includes an expectation of continued financial support for STEM …

More students taking STEM subjects

More students taking STEM subjects

Published: 18/08/2017

The number of students sitting A-levels in science, technology, engineering and maths-related (STEM) subjects rose in 2017, with 41% of A-level entries overall in STEM subjects, up from 40% in 2016. …

Report finds STEM graduates have higher employment rates and salaries than general graduate population

Report finds STEM graduates have higher employment rates and salaries than general graduate population

Published: 23/05/2017

The Graduate labour market statistics 2016 report shows that graduates who studied STEM subjects, on average had higher employment rates, greater high-skilled employment rates, lower unemployment rates and higher median salaries than the graduate population as a whole …

International essay contest for young professionals

International essay contest for young professionals

Published: 25/04/2017

The Peter Drucker Challenge is an essay contest for students and young professionals which coincides with an annual international conference …

Institution paper summarises initiatives impacting engineering education and skills

Institution paper summarises initiatives impacting engineering education and skills

Published: 11/04/2017

A new report summarises the key features of recent government initiatives which will impact engineering the education and skills systems in England …