Empowering Women In Engineering – Where Innovation Knows No Gender
Are you a female student considering your future career and looking at the various options available to you?
Do you have a desire to challenge conventional stereotypes? Perhaps you have a passion for engineering, with the innovation, drive, creativity and problem-solving skills to make a difference.
In today’s rapidly evolving world, the contributions of women in engineering are becoming increasingly vital; by injecting fresh perspectives, unique skills, determination and passion into the workplace, women are reshaping the engineering landscape.
Here at Colchester Institute, we encourage you to break free from typical stereotypes and explore the vast potential that lies within the world of engineering, where you can be part of the generation closing the gender gap in this industry.
As a college, we are determined to help break down the stereotype that engineering is predominantly a career for men. A recent report on engineering in the UK identified that women comprised only 16.5% of all engineers in the international workforce and 14% in the UK.