Dyson has long been a byword for engineering excellence and innovation. Their pioneering products can be found in millions of homes, businesses and social spaces across the world and Dyson engineers are actively working on new ground-breaking technologies that will transform everyday life. So it’s no surprise that their academic strengths lie in the subjects of design, technology and engineering.
A real strength of the programme is the ability for students to tailor their education to their career aspirations. In years three and four of the programme, students can choose from a number of pathways to specialise in, including mechanical engineering, electronics, software, electromechanical engineering.
This highly specialised education combined with real-world work experience could help students stand out amongst their peers in the highly competitive job market.