Interested in Technology? Fascinated to learn more about Electronics? You’ve come to the right place! Explore our resources designed to develop your understanding and interest in the subject.
The future depends on technology, and technology depends on Electronics. Electronic engineers are working at the cutting-edge, creating amazing solutions to tackle global problems.advances in Electronic technology have been rapid over the last few decades, and there is so much more to come. So many of us now have AI in our lives – in our homes, on our smartphones, augmented reality games.
Let’s be honest, technology is very cool. Pursuing Electronics will open up a world of possibility, as well as excellent job prospects and high starting salaries.
Find out more about the Electronics Industry with the UKESF Infographic.
Discover the UKESF’s resources to give you more insight into Electronics:
Girls into Electronics
Develop your interest in Electronics by attending a fascinating one-day course at a leading UK university
An Introduction to Electronics Engineering
This free, online short course explores key theoretical and practical concepts using interactive examples
Explore the relationships between music, science, technology and engineering with this interactive tool
Insight into Electronics
Get hands-on with a microcontroller, Electronics and programming with this free, self-paced course
Interactive classroom resources that help to teach core Electronics concepts in A-level Physics and Computer Science
Renesas Award for Female Students
This Award supports young women into their first year of university with valuable work experience and a bursary
This hands-on electronics project aims to encourage enthusiasm for Electronics and STEM subjects
Connect us with your School
Some of our resources have been produced for teachers, to help teach Electronics in an engaging and inspiring way. If you would like your school to have access to our classroom resources, please ask your teacher to get in touch with us at [email protected], or alternatively reach out to us and we will contact your school directly.
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