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We are running our first Glasgow event in autumn 2018! The Glasgow Community Event sponsored by Network Rail will be held at the IET Glasgow: Teacher Building.

The event will give students and graduates identifying as women and studying STEM subjects the opportunity to network with top graduate employers, be inspired by talks from female role models, engage in panel discussions and plenty more! 

Your place at the event is completely FREE and we may be running coaches from your university, so you won't have to spend money on transportation. To find out if we are running a coach please drop an email to sophiec@stemwomen.co.uk

You can watch videos from previous events below and find a list of all confirmed attending employers so far (keep checking back as more employers are added regularly). To register your interest for this event please fill in the below form and we will get back to you closer to the date. 

We look forward to seeing you at a STEM Women event very soon.


Exhbiting Employers:

Network Rail (Sponsors and Speakers)

Volker Wessels (Speakers)

PwC (Speakers) 

Morgan Stanley (Morgan Stanley)



Cirrus Logic



Baillie Gifford

First Group

Pernod Ricard

Nuclear Graduates







1. How do I apply to the event? Please fill out the contact form above and we will be in touch with you to confirm your place. Please note to gain entry to the event you will need to show an Eventbrite ticket at the door. 

2. Will I need to pay to attend the event? The event is free for students and recent graduates to attend.

3. Is there a dress code for the event and should I bring anything? The dress code is smart casual, and you should bring something to take notes and write contact details on. Feel free to bring printed copies of your CVs to hand out to attending employers.

4. Do I need to prepare for the event? Research the attending employers before the event and come prepared with meaningful questions. Also have a think about any questions you'd like to put to our panel for discussion.


Questions? Drop us an email to info@stemwomen.co.uk