Can you imagine how technologies will shape our lives in the future? Have you ever wondered how scientists and engineers provide sustainable power, keep people moving safely around cities, and diagnose and treat illnesses? With Siemens Education, you’ll find out the answers and discover how the things you learn today can help you start an exciting career at the forefront of technology.
Using our new augmented reality app, you will discover how ingenious engineering is impacting individuals, society and the environment. Use the accompanying poster to bring technology to life and explore engineering in action. Download the app from the Android or Apple store.
There are lots of exciting, well paid jobs that use STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects - they are in high demand! There are a few things you need to consider a future career...
Lots of people work in STEM areas, but not many of them are pure scientists or pure mathematicians. When you are choosing to study at KS4/S4,5 or making decisions about college or university there are some things to keep in mind.
The Roller-Coaster Challenge school-based competition was created with our Congleton site 7 years ago. Since then our Manchester site has also started to run a version of the Challenge with local schools. Working under the guidance of a Siemens mentor, pupils are provided with kit and work in teams, drawing from their STEM skills - as well as non-traditional STEM related subjects like art and design – to build a model rollercoaster and demonstrate that STEM subjects can be used in everyday life and are exciting!
The teams compete for a number of prizes with their rollercoaster designs, including best Engineering, best Design and best Innovation. The challenge aims to inspire young people from all backgrounds to consider a STEM career by giving them experience of hands on practical activities.
Educating young people about the rewards and challenges of sustainable engineering and technology is a priority at Siemens. For this reason, Siemens supports The Greenpower Education Trust’s Greenpower Challenge Formula 24 Kit Car with funding and industry leading CAD software to all Greenpower teams.
Siemens is committed to engaging and inspiring young people about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and proudly sponsors the Big Bang Fair. The Big Bang Fair is largest annual science and engineering event for young people in the UK and is a brilliant opportunity for budding future engineers and scientists to learn, explore and experience STEM in action! Find out more about the event here.
Industry-leading mechanical design software, Siemens Solid Edge Student Edition is available at no cost (free) to students of all ages for use outside the classroom in support of their studies or extra-curricular activities such as the Greenpower Challenge.
To obtain Solid Edge Student Edition register here:
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