Alongside gaining theoretical knowledge, students will spend 60% of their time developing and applying practical skills needed in their future careers, such as PCB layout, Computer Aided Design and Prototyping. They’ll do this through working alongside Dyson’s highly skilled, expert engineers on real live projects, three days per week. Students will be given real responsibilities from day one and will play a vital role in the development of future technologies.
During the programme, students may also be given the opportunity to work in Dyson’s software hub in Bristol or their design and technology centres in Malaysia and Singapore. In addition to providing a CV-enhancing education and work experience, The Dyson Institute also offers a Summer Series programme for students. Within the programme, Dyson Institute students pursue a group project and attend workshops designed to enhance their transferable personal and professional skills, such as presentation skills and project management