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The Dyson Degree.

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology teaches the next generation of engineering enthusiasts. It's for people with a passion for solving problems and a fascination for how things work.

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”We're offering the brightest aspiring engineers an alternative to a traditional university degree. This is not for the faint-hearted – it is a rigorous engineering education combined with a proper job. I'm looking for people who are obsessive about engineering, passionate about solving problems and fascinated by how things work. People with the ingenuity, creativity and perseverance it takes to develop new Dyson technology”.

James Dyson, Engineer

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More than a job. More than a degree.

Study for your degree and work as an engineer at our technology campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. Joining us means working on live projects, developing new technology which ends up in homes all around the world. Be inspired by Dyson scientists and engineers, experts in their field, and be taught by lecturers from a Russell Group university.

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World-leading laboratories for research, design and development.

Dyson invests £7m a week into our engineers and facilities. From motors and electronics to robotics and energy storage, we have some of the most advanced laboratories in the world.