The Dyson Institute is different
The Dyson Institute is unique. You work in Dyson’s Global Engineering team from the start. You’re responsible for live projects while you study for a Bachelor of Engineering degree – and you’ll be earning a competitive salary.
The small and close-knit cohort is part of the 4,600-strong team at Dyson’s technology campus in Wiltshire.
Work while studying for a degree
At The Dyson Institute, you work alongside our Global Engineering team from day one. You are responsible for live projects, all while studying for your engineering degree (BEng).
With cutting-edge facilities, world-leading engineers and real projects that bring theory to life, our Undergraduates are equipped to develop transformational future technologies.
The Dyson degree has been developed by Dyson engineers alongside academics at WMG, University of Warwick. The University of Warwick has a long-standing reputation for bridging the gap between industry and academia through their strong links with global engineering companies.
In addition to earning a salary throughout the course, Dyson will pay your tuition fees – so you could graduate debt-free.
Please note: Students joining The Dyson Institute in September 2020 will be awarded their degree by The University of Warwick. The Dyson Institute is applying to the Office for Students for New Degree Awarding Powers, with the intention of delivering and awarding the Dyson degree itself for students enrolling from September 2021.