Promoting Social Mobility and Diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

In2scienceUK empowers young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve their potential through life-changing work placements, skills days and workshops.

Covid-19 Statement

The In2scienceUK programme is going online, so we can continue to connect our students with world-class scientists, engineers, technologists, and researchers to develop the skills and confidence for a successful career in STEM. Use the links below to find out what that means for you and how you can get involved this year.

Why In2scienceUK Exists

In2scienceUK exists to unlock the potential of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and boost diversity and inclusion in the sector to ensure the UK remains at the forefront of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) based industries. With salaries in STEM being 20% higher than other sectors, this helps young people progress to better-paid jobs and economic stability.

STEM Careers Pipeline

Our Programme

We leverage the skills, expertise, and passion of STEM professionals and researchers, to support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds become the innovators and pioneers of the future.

Engineering Placement 1
Inspiring Work Placements
Careers-Option-1
High-Quality Information Skills Days and Careers Workshops

Workshops
University, Apprenticeship and Further Training Guidance
In2scienceUK pioneers
Public Engagement Competitions

Breaking Down Barriers to a STEM Career

Our Impact

We are an impact led organisation passionate about supporting young people to achieve their potential and pursue a STEM career.

Evaluations show that after the programme students are more likely to:

Feel that anyone can become a scientist or engineer

Know a wide range of STEM careers and pathways

Feel confident to write a high-quality personal statement

It’s given me many more ideas about what I could do, things that I didn’t think were available to me.  All I could base my ideas on before was what was taught in school, but now I have real-life experience.

Laura
Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity, University of Oxford