Dyson Institute of Technology
Inventor and entrepreneur Sir James Dyson is to open his own technology institute to train engineers needed by UK companies if they are to remain competitive. The £15m institute, which opens with an intake of 25 students in autumn 2017, will be based at the Dyson campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire,
Successful applicants will learn about engineering through hands-on experience and work alongside a team of Dyson technology experts. You will earn a competitive salary over the four-year programme and also be eligible for their staff bonus scheme and staff discounts. Your tuition fees will be paid by Dyson so you will come away from your engineering degree debt-free.
You’ll be given time out of your engineering job to work towards a Bachelor of Engineering Degree. Teaching will be predominantly delivered on the Dyson campus, by professors from the University of Warwick and Dyson’s world-leading engineers. In your first two years, you’ll study general engineering modules. Assessment will be through exams and live Dyson projects. Across years three and four, you will have the option to specialise in either Mechanical Engineering, Electronics or a combination of Mechanical Engineering and Electronics.
Dyson is a high-pressure environment – we’re looking for engineers with dedication and huge potential. You will need at least 665 HL / AAB A-Level (340 UCAS points old tariff system) including Maths and at least one other Science, Technology or Engineering-related subject at 6/A grade or higher.
For more information, go to: https://www.dysoninstitute.com/