Agnes, Joanna and Isla
Be inspired by the experiences of Agnes, Joanna and Isla.
In this video, they share details about their journey to become Electronics Engineers.
Junior Front-End Design Engineer, Blu Wireless
I never felt being a woman has disadvantaged me or held me back to become a Telecommunication Engineer. I am respected for my education, my contribution at work, and the value I add to the company as a junior engineer just as much as my male counterparts.
We’re living in exciting times, with electronics at the heart of our dynamic and globalised society. Progress in this field is so steep that I believe by the time I graduate, careers which do not even exist today will become available to us.
Graduate Engineer, ARM
I currently work at ARM as a Graduate Engineer, working in the CPU Design and Verification team in Cambridge.
I would say that I chose Engineering because I have an interest in Electronics and love to see how things work
I think the reason I ultimately did a joint degree was because I wanted to understand the “full picture” of technology, so to do Electronics or computer science on its own I would have felt like I was missing out on something.
Physical Design Engineer
As a keen engineer, I have always enjoyed building things, and problem solving. I also enjoy computer science & programming and so I guess I chose to study Electronic Engineering because I wanted to learn how computers, chips, mobile phones really work from a practical perspective.