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STEM subjects and careers

If you are interested in science, technology, engineering and/or maths, or are wondering whether to study any of these subjects at GCSE or higher levels, these websites offer relevant advice about careers that may be open to you with a STEM qualification. They also have useful information for educators and employers.

Please let us know if you have any other relevant websites that we can feature on this page by visiting our Contact us page and sending details to our Education Team by choosing 'Schools access'. Thank you!


We have every reason to believe that these websites are great sources of information and inspiration, but please be aware that we cannot offer any guarantees about the content and safety of any third-party websites you may visit by following links from the BLOODHOUND website.

STEM Learning

STEM Learning is the largest provider of education and careers support in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). It works with schools, colleges and others working with young people across the UK.

Supported by a unique partnership of Government, charitable trusts and employers, STEM Learning is dedicated to raising young people’s engagement and achievement in STEM subjects and careers.

Visit STEM Learning at www.stem.org.uk

Tomorrow's Engineers

The Tomorrow's Engineers programme, led by the engineering community including EngineeeringUK and Royal Academy of Engineering, provides a platform for employers to work effectively with schools to inspire more young people to consider a careers in engineering.

Tomorrow's Engineers careers resources provide clear, consistent information for young people aged between 9 - 16, their teachers and parents.

Visit Tomorrow's Engineers at www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk

Future Morph

Future Morph was created to show that studying science, technology, engineering or maths beyond the age of 16 isn’t just a one track road to becoming a scientist or engineer – the skills and knowledge you gain are valuable in almost any career and will make you very employable.

Future Morph was launched in November 2008 by the Science Council as part of the ‘Careers from Science’ initiative. Members include the Society of Biology, Royal Society of Chemistry, Institute of Physics, Association for Science Education, British Computer Society and the British Psychological Society.

Visit Future Morph at www.futuremorph.org


Careersbox is the national careers film library, providing a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.

Visit Careersbox at www.careersbox.co.uk