A real job.
Immersed in technology.

Immersed in technology.

At the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology, you’re an engineer from day one. Tough projects. Real responsibilities. You’ll learn about engineering through hands-on experience and work alongside a team of Dyson technology experts three days of the week.

 

With Dyson’s expertise across motors, fluid dynamics, separation systems, energy storage, robotics, software and hair science, you’ll have the chance to work within a number of technical disciplines. During the programme you may also get the opportunity to visit our technology and design centres in Singapore and Malaysia.

 

You’ll start on a salary of £16,000 per annum, increasing each year. You’ll also be eligible for the bonus scheme and staff discounts. Your tuition fees will be paid by Dyson, so you could come away from your engineering degree debt-free.

Tough projects. Real responsibilities.

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  • Job structure

    You’ll be working work alongside Dyson technology experts for three days of the week. The rest of the week will be dedicated to your studies, which are outlined here.

    In your first year, you’ll complete three engineering rotations, focusing on mechanical, electronics hardware, and software. There are three more rotations in your second year, in different teams. This will help to consolidate your understanding of engineering fundamentals in practice.

    For your final two years, we'll give you the opportunity to state your preferred pathway. Dyson will place you in a team depending on your preferences, skills and the business need.

  • Annual leave

    At the Dyson Institute, you're working a real job. As such you'll be expected to maintain normal office hours. You will receive a paid holiday allowance (27 days, plus bank holidays) to take throughout the year.

  • Salary

    You start on a salary of £16,000 per annum, which increases each year. You’ll also be eligible for the bonus scheme and staff discount.

  • Support

    The following people will help you to thrive as you step from school into your role and studies at Dyson:

    Buddy – here to answer any questions you have about life at Dyson.

    Line Manager – here to help you define your working objectives, strengths and areas of development.

    Technical Engineer – here to discuss any of the technical or academic areas associated with the Dyson Institute.

    Undergraduate Development Partner – here to support your personal and professional development. They will also be your point of contact for any support services on offer through Dyson and the University of Warwick.

     

Job structure

You’ll be working work alongside Dyson technology experts for three days of the week. The rest of the week will be dedicated to your studies, which are outlined here.

In your first year, you’ll complete three engineering rotations, focusing on mechanical, electronics hardware, and software. There are three more rotations in your second year, in different teams. This will help to consolidate your understanding of engineering fundamentals in practice.

For your final two years, we'll give you the opportunity to state your preferred pathway. Dyson will place you in a team depending on your preferences, skills and the business need.

Annual leave

At the Dyson Institute, you're working a real job. As such you'll be expected to maintain normal office hours. You will receive a paid holiday allowance (27 days, plus bank holidays) to take throughout the year.

Salary

You start on a salary of £16,000 per annum, which increases each year. You’ll also be eligible for the bonus scheme and staff discount.

Support

The following people will help you to thrive as you step from school into your role and studies at Dyson:

Buddy – here to answer any questions you have about life at Dyson.

Line Manager – here to help you define your working objectives, strengths and areas of development.

Technical Engineer – here to discuss any of the technical or academic areas associated with the Dyson Institute.

Undergraduate Development Partner – here to support your personal and professional development. They will also be your point of contact for any support services on offer through Dyson and the University of Warwick.