RMAS STEM 19
On the 26th and 27th of September 2019, the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst welcomed around two thousand young people for our Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths careers fair, RMAS STEM 19. Forty-nine industry partners, as well as units from across the Army, joined us to showcase STEM skills in action.
- Adjutant General's Corps
- Army Air Corps
- Intelligence Corps
- Royal Artillery
- Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
- Royal Engineers
- Royal Logistic Corps
- Royal Signals
- 3M UK
- Amazon Web Services
- Babcock International Group
- BAE Systems
- Balfour Beatty
- Bank of America Merrill Lynch
- Brunel University London
- Cisco UK Ltd.
- Dell Technologies
- GE Aviation
- General Dynamics UK
- Geotechnical Observations Limited
- Goldman Sachs
- GSK Maidenhead
- Innovate UK (as part of UKRI)
- Institute of Explosive Engineers
- Institution of Civil Engineers
- Institution of Mechanical Engineers
- Lockheed Martin
- London fire brigade
- Network Rail
- Outsource UK
- Roke Manor Research Ltd
- Seven Club Ltd., T/A Lotus 7 Club
- SNC Lavalin Atkins
- Tensar International Limited
- The Faraday Institution
- Transport for London
- University of Lincoln
- Vinci Construction Uk
- Williams Advanced Engineering
The Showcase was a fantastic opportunity, it really opened my eyes to the opportunities open to me when I leave School Lucy, Dauntsey School
Thank you to everyone that attended RMAS 19! In particular, thank you to all our industry partners for making RMAS STEM 19 possible.
The event this year was a huge success. Around 2000 young people joined us, up from 900 last year, to see an even greater array of opportunities in STEM, from App building with Microsoft to bridge building with Balfour Beattie.
Without the support and enthusiasm of teachers, partners and attendees this event would not have been a success.
The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst STEM Careers Fair was first showcased in 2018 as a one-day event which sought to show young women the opportunities available to them in STEM fields.
This year, with a two-day event, we kept the all-female day as well as inviting co-ed schools to attend on the second day of the event.
This maintained the goal of the original event, whilst at the same time opening the opportunity to explore STEM careers to a wider and more diverse audience which resulted in an inclusive and stimulating event for all.
First All Female Parachute display
As part of the event this year the Army's first all-female parachute display team dropped on to the lawn in front of Old College.
The inspiring team included women from the Royal Logistics Corps and the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers who have exciting STEM careers.
Next years event
Next year we are hoping to return with RMAS STEM 20. Keep an eye on this page for more information and sign-up as it becomes available.