Bühler Engineering Careers Talk
On 11th November our Year 10 scientists heard from a graduate engineer at Bühler UK about Engineering careers.
Fifty of our Year 10 Scientists were able to hear from Nora, a female graduate hardware engineer, who visited St Angela’s to inspire our students towards the great career opportunities in manufacturing engineering.
Nora originally studied in Budapest Hungary before moving to the UK where she graduated with an MEng Master’s degree in Robotics from Plymouth University.
She now works for Bühler- a global world leading engineering company who design and manufacture components and energy efficient technologies used in motor vehicles and food industries.
- 65% of global wheat production is covered by Bühler milling solutions.
- 50% of all cars worldwide feature parts from Bühler.
- 60% of all chocolate is produced on Bühler equipment.
Her role is to design, research and debug electronic systems and she loves the problem solving she uses in this rewarding and well paid career area.
Nora gave our students a virtual tour of the state of the art Bühler factory and laboratories at Victoria Docks Newham- where Bühler head up their UK operations. She was also able to share profiles of other female Mechanical, Software and Development engineers.
Our Year 10s really enjoyed the talk:
“I learnt about different branches of engineering that I can go into”
“I like learning about her background and the path she took”
“I was shown how enjoyable being an engineer is. I am inspired to look into Bühler UK for experience in jobs”
Mr Jarvis – School Careers Adviser