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‘Today was such an exciting and inspiring experience at the Equate Student Conference. Being in a room full of successful and aspiring women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields fuelled my passion for STEM industries. From the panel discussion and networking lunch to professional development workshops, I felt like I was where I belonged and learnt so much from the wealth of experience in the room.’
Stephanie Anani, 2nd year Civil Engineering student at the University of Dundee
Our annual Equate Student Network Conference & Awards brings together women studying STEM to celebrate your passion for your subject, connect with inspiring women professionals and enhance your career development.
We partner with leading STEM employers who are championing gender equality in STEM. The conference includes interactive workshops to help you develop your skills and an employer panel session to ask those burning questions about the recruitment process or what it’s really liking working in these industries.
This event gives students the opportunity to network with women STEM professionals and employers informally over lunch to find out about potential work experience and graduate roles.
The winner of our Equate Student Award is also announced at this conference. This award celebrates women students who have gone above and beyond to support, mentor or promote women in STEM. To find out more about this award CLICK HERE.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get involved in the Equate Student Network and develop your skills for a successful career in STEM.
This event is open to all women studying STEM and the built environment at colleges and universities in Scotland and is held annually in March.
If you are an employer interested in sponsoring the conference please get in touch at
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