About GEEP

The Windsor Fellowship is delighted to be partnering again with The Royal Academy of Engineering to deliver their award-winning GEEP programme.

This UK-wide programme, now in its 8th year, aims to increase the transition of UK engineering graduates from diverse backgrounds and under-represented groups into engineering employment.

GEEP Partners commit to building a truly diverse engineering workforce across the UK. They are champions for equality, diversity and inclusion, not only through GEEP but in the policies, practice, outcomes, and advocacy embedded in their companies. GEEP 2022/23 Company Partners include: Amey, Atelier Ten Ltd, bp, chapmanbdsp, Fugro, National Grid, Rolls-Royce, Two Sigma, wluper and WSP.

The programme is also supported by the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers (AFBE-UK), the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) and the Engineering Council.

GEEP Participant sharing

Key Benefits

  • Access to engineering industry professionals and opportunities to widen your personal/professional networks with others across a range of engineering fields.
  • Develop key skills and competencies to enhance your personal and professional development and effectiveness through a selection of planned activities.
  • Access to The Academy and WF resources to support your career development in engineering and improve your engineering employability.
  • Become a part of the GEEP Alumni.
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Overview of GEEP 2022/23 journey

GEEP 2022-2023 Calendar

Participants need not attend every event, further details upon joining GEEP.

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Who can apply

  • UK Universities – Engineering undergraduates in Years 2 and above or engineering graduates from 2021, and 2022; AND
  • UK national or have an indefinite right to live and work in the UK; AND
  • Either Identify as of Black, Asian or minority ethnic background; OR be a woman; OR be from a non-Russell Group (RG) university OR be from a socio-economically disadvantaged background.

Candidates will be considered socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds, if one or more of the following applies to them:

  • Has a special or additional learning need(s).
  • Has been in care.
  • Is the first person in their immediate family to attend university.
  • Has received any bursaries or Free School Meals.
  • Is a carer.

How to apply

Applications for GEEP 2022/2023 have closed.

For more information, please contact:  geep@windsor-fellowship.org