Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology opens its doors to first undergraduates

Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology opens its doors to first undergraduates

The first cohort of Dyson Undergraduates studying Engineering started at the Dyson technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire on Thursday 14th September. Over 850 students applied for 25 places on the course and due to the exceptionally high calibre of candidates, 33 Undergraduate Engineers were accepted onto the four-year engineering degree.

Encouragingly Dyson reported that 27% of the undergraduate engineers starting this year will be female, significantly more than the UK average of 16%. Earning a salary throughout the course and the prospect of a graduate role with Dyson on completion of their degree means the students should come away from higher education debt-free.

Applications for 2018 entry is now open, you can apply via Dyson’s website.

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