Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are hugely important areas of study. People with STEM qualifications are in high demand from employers. By achieving good grades at GCSE and A Level in STEM subjects you will put yourself in a strong position in the jobs market.
Studying STEM subjects leads to a huge variety of exciting careers. If you are unsure about which path you should take to your ideal career make sure you try our Career Navigator tool.
The Career Navigator was designed with employers to introduce you to the huge range of job roles available in the science-based industries.
There are routes into work through Apprenticeships, Higher Apprenticeships and for graduates, and there are opportunities for career progression through acquiring new skills and Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
To find out more about the range of careers in the science industries and about Traineeships, Apprenticeships and placements, download our Futures in Science guide.
If you are thinking about applying for an Apprenticeship or job, we have some handy guides to help your application to shine.
Cover Letter Guide
If you are a parent, guardian or teacher and would like more information about how to encourage your child / pupil into a career in science, download our parents guide to science.
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