All of our female Engineering students are invited to join our Women in Engineering programme.
You'll benefit from professional mentoring, networking opportunities and priority access to industry talks, all while being part of a community of like-minded women who champion gender diversity in the workplace.
Join today to find out what it's like to work as an engineer and make valuable connections.
If you're a current ARU student, you can join the Women in Engineering programme by filling in our online application form.
We'll do our best to match you with a mentor. If you're assigned a mentor, you'll be required to complete online orientation activities before being introduced.
You'll then complete five one-to-one meetings with your mentor, keeping a brief record on our online Mentoring at ARU programme. Finally, there will be short debrief activities to complete the programme.
We're looking for women working in all areas of engineering to mentor our students. You'll be required to hold five one-to-one meetings with your mentee, for which you'll receive training and a framework guide from us.
Mentoring at ARU introduces university students to professionals in industry. Volunteering as a mentor allows you to make a difference to students’ lives by providing them with the confidence to get started with preparing for their careers.
Mentoring is an opportunity to share your knowledge and experience, while getting to know the workforce of the future.
To register your interest in becoming a mentor, email Katie Johnson (née Smith) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Hearing from a professional with vast experience in the industry definitely motivated me to feel positive about stepping out of my comfort zone and into graduate employment."
BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering
"My mentor played a pivotal role in coaching me to secure a place on a graduate scheme. I recommend other students to apply to this programme."
MSc Engineering Management
"The programme gives students the opportunity to connect with professionals like myself."