Women in Engineering
Our Women in Engineering initiative provides information and highlights opportunities for aspiring female engineers.
Financial support for studying engineering
There are a range of University funding opportunities and industry scholarships available for female students. You may be eligible for funding for some or all of your undergraduate study.
Student Women's Engineering Society (WESBath)
WESBath aims to support current female students within the Faculty of Engineering & Design and to encourage the next generation of future female engineers. They are affiliated to the Women's Engineering Society, a national organisation.
A career in engineering
Becoming an engineer may be the start of a varied, creative and challenging career.
Visit the following websites for further information on studying and working in engineering:
WISE - The WISE Campaign encourages women to pursue science, technology, engineering and maths or construction study and careers.
EngineerGirl - A website designed to bring attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents.
Headstart - Headstart courses offer Year 12 students STEM experience programmes at universities across the UK.
Tomorrow's Engineers - Tomorrow’s Engineers provides information and resources about careers in engineering. They also run a schools programme.
Career pilot - Your choices at 14, 16 and 18. Explore different job sectors and how you can study and work at the same time - even to university level.