Tomorrow’s Engineers Week set to take place 7 to 11 November 2022

05 July 2022


The tenth Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWeek22) will take place from Monday 7 to Friday 11 November 2022. The Week will encourage young people to experience the world of engineering and provide exciting interactive opportunities to explore what modern engineering careers have to offer.

A busy calendar will see engineering institutions, employers and schools come together to deliver inspiring activities that disrupts outdated perceptions of the engineering stereotype and shows young people that world-shaping engineering careers are open to everyone.

Details of how young people, schools, parents and employers can take part in the Week will be made available on and schools can register for more information by signing up to the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week newsletter.

In the past 4 years alone, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week has seen over 166,000 young people take part in interactive activities that emphasise the breadth and variety engineering careers have to offer. The campaign has garnered almost half a million views of inspiring films about engineers on a mission to make the world a better place, hundreds of millions of social media content views and widespread media coverage.

Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (#TEWeek22) takes place from 7 to 11 November 2022 and highlights to young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us. Tomorrow’s Engineers Week is led by EngineeringUK. To find out how to get involved, visit:

EngineeringUK is a not-for-profit organisation that works in partnership with the engineering community to inspire tomorrow’s engineers. We lead the engagement programmes: The Big Bang, Robotics Challenge and Energy Quest and help schools bring STEM to life through real-world engineering via Neon. We bring engineering careers inspiration and resources together through Tomorrow’s Engineers and manage The Code, which drives change at scale to increase the number and diversity of young people choosing academic and vocational pathways into engineering. We base everything we do on evidence and share our insight widely.

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