Great Expectations: Top Manufacturing and Engineering Talent 2030: Creating the Pipeline

Great Expectations: Top Manufacturing and Engineering Talent 2030: Creating the Pipeline

Authors: Dr David Docherty and Liz Walkley
Published: October 2011

The manufacturing and engineering student intake of 2030 are being born in 2011 and 2012, and the management teams waiting to recruit, train and develop them will start their own degrees in these years.

This report sets out the findings of the CIHE Task Force on Manufacturing and Engineering Talent, focusing on core challenges necessary to lay the foundations for highly-successful, richly-innovative, globally competitive businesses by 2030.

The research includes an exclusive survey of female undergraduates to reveal how female enrolment in engineering can be increased and specially commissioned case studies on engaging with business on course content.

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This report provides a summary of the exclusive research conducted for the CIHE (now NCUB) Task Force on Manufacturing and Engineering Talent, surveying 600 second and third year female undergraduates with strong numeracy skills to understand their views of manufacturing and engineering.

icon Survey Summary - Great Expectations: Top Manufacturing and Engineering Talent 2030; Creating the Pipeline

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