Catch up on the latest headlines from the UKESF and the Electronics sector.
"The UKESF is doing a fantastic job of encouraging more young people to study Electronics and embark on a career in one of the world’s most important and dynamic industries."
In 2017, only 540 UK females started Electronic & Electrical Engineering (EEE) degrees, which represents 16% of the overall numbers of UK students studying EEE degrees (UCAS). In the engineering and […]
Last year the UKESF worked in partnership with the University of Southampton on a collaborative project featuring the Music Mixer circuit board, a hands-on activity that teaches core Electronics concepts […]
The UKESF is delighted to announce that RS Components has joined the Scholarship Scheme as a sponsor company. RS Components is a FTSE 250 distributor of Electronics components; electrical, automation […]
For the second year running the UKESF has supported three final-year female scholars in attending the annual Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Student Conference with all-expenses-paid places. The conference took place […]
The UKESF is happy to announce that four new Trustees have been appointed to the Steering Board, all of whom have been involved with or supported the work of the […]
On 23rd November the UKESF attended the annual TechWorks Awards & Gala Dinner (formerly NMI) at the InterContinental Hotel – The O2, London, announcing the Scholar of the Year Award […]