What is STEM?
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
A STEM degree will lead to a challenging and fulfilling career. It offers global employment prospects and increases the likelihood of a good salary later in life.
- 72 per cent of all UK businesses rely on people with STEM skills.
- 58 per cent of all new jobs will be STEM related.
The government has identified STEM as a national priority, to increase students’ STEM skills in order to:
- provide employers with the skills they need in their workforce;
- help to maintain the UK’s global competitiveness;
- make the UK a world-leader in science-based research and development.
If you are thinking about your future, getting into STEM could be the best choice you could make.