4. What careers can STEM subjects lead to?
STEM is increasingly becoming more than a buzz topic in education and employers are increasingly recognising the tangible skills that students with a background in STEM subjects have.
Choosing a STEM subject at college and then university opens up many doors for different career paths, ranging from healthcare to aeronautics, from the creative to the mechanical and everything in between.
Studying on a STEM course with us could help you to plan ahead and prepare for future STEM studies by starting to help you to develop important skills connected to the way you think, the way you work and, perhaps most importantly, the way you work with others.
You’ll learn to be self-motivated and to think for yourself, to actively problem solve, to work in an organised manner and to succeed and thrive in a pressurised environment. Leading on from these independent skills you’ll also learn how to negotiate and work as part of a team, how to get the best out of others and how to really listen to ideas and take things on board.
This careful preparation equips and upskills you for a future career in some of the most exciting fields in today’s world, including but not by any means limited to AI, Medicine, Engineering, Environmental Science, Software and hardware development, Biotech and Architecture.