STEM

Female students using microscopes

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The ​​​​​​​​​​​​​U​niversity of Gloucestershire's commitm​ent to STEM​

​​The economic future for the UK economy is knowledge-based. To support that, the country needs more graduates and highly skilled people ​across the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

We compete, and more importantly our firms compete on a world stage using ideas, high levels of skills and new knowledge and new technological innovation.

The challenge for engineering also has a gender dimension. Figures show that plenty of young women study science and maths at A level but far too few of them progress to engineering disciplines at university. The University of Gloucestershire is committed to making our courses and programmes gender balanced.

Underpinning this commitment is our investment in running STEM-focused summer schools and outreach programmes for young people who may be considering their choices for higher education. Find out more at our Outreach and widening participation pages.​​​

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