Your STEM based career in Scotland...
Building on a tradition of innovation, commercialisation and entrepreneurial dynamism, Scottish industry is a world leader in an impressive range of sectors.
Financial & business services
Education - world class academia
Gas & oil
Food & Drink
Creative & digital industries
ICT and electronic technologies
Known for architecture, culture and arts, Edinburgh is one of the fastest growing UK cities. Economy is based on financial services, scientific research, education & tourism; attracting established and emerging businesses, start-ups, entrepreneurs.
Glasgow has developed a thriving financial district, an excellent transport network, relatively low cost of living and a choice for creative, digital industries, science, innovation sectors and more recently, space systems.
Dundee, a vibrant city is responsible for much of the UK's digital entertainment industry and information industry.
Stirling with its stunning skyline dominated by the historic castle has career opportunities with leading employers.
A cosmopolitan city, with vibrant nightlife, sandy beaches and access to nearby hills and countryside. Scotland’s third largest city, known for oil and gas, Aberdonian food, fishing and farming industries. Businesses in Aberdeen’s science and business parks, provide a variety of opportunities.
Inverness is the UK's northernmost city. Traditional industries replaced by high-tech businesses, linked to investment in the Centre for Health Science attracting medical businesses.
University of St Andrews has established a reputation as one of the world’s leading research and teaching centres.
The University of Edinburgh one of world’s top universities. 80% of graduates leave with 1st or 2:1 award in their degree.
Heriot Watt University has a proud history of world-class teaching with courses in science, engineering, design, business.
The University of Dundee aims to transform lives, locally and globally, beginning with its students.
The University of Glasgow has been teaching for 560+ years, inspiring great minds from the economist Adam Smith and John Logie Baird, to Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
University of Stirling is an innovative university with a spirit for breaking new ground while creating change for the better.
University of Aberdeen est.1495, top 1% of world's universities
University of Strathclyde, 20,000 students from 100 nations.
Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, ranked as the safest university city in Scotland (Complete University Guide 2016).
Glasgow Caledonian University Programme subject areas; engineering, health, life sciences, computing, environment.
Abertay University 92% of graduates work within six months at Apple, Google, BBC, Rockstar, Microsoft, Barclays, Coca Cola...
Queen Margaret University has recognised expertise in: Health and Rehabilitation, Creativity and Culture, Sustainable Business
Edinburgh Napier University combines academic and work approach.
University of the West of Scotland offers cutting-edge courses, practical knowledge, and intelligent teaching.
Highlighted STEM Organisation
SmartSTEMs, a registered charity that positions its inspiring programmes and events as the glue between Tertiary Education, Industry and Schools. It provides equity of opportunity to young people into STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) with particular focus on the gender gap. A scalable and replicable model delivered through intertwined initiatives of hub events and outreach.