b'20|IEnsT Fpiuritnug Fres Futuurne Ed ngineersGraduate SurveyGraduates from both the scholarships and bursaries programmes are proving themselves to be determined in their aspiration to become engineering professionals.Despite the hardship and disruption that COVID-19 brought their way, 72% of the 2020 graduates from both programmes were either working or studying in engineering and technology by the end of summer 2020.For those who graduated between 2016 and 2019 a remarkable 75% are employed in engineering and technology and a further 11% are undertaking post-graduate study. Even the 7% who classed themselves as not working in engineering and technology were in roles that made good use of their skills.Our graduates have successfully gained positions in many of the most well-known engineering companies as well as tech start-ups. Many more will join the next generation of academics.In comparison, Engineering UK reported 66% of engineering students who graduated in 2017 were employed in engineering within six months. (Engineering UK 2019 Report www.engineeringuk.com/research/engineering-uk-report/).'