Students: has the pandemic made you more likely to choose a career in Stem?

With much of the world’s attention on the scientists who have created vaccines for Covid-19, and months of clapping for doctors and nurses at the start of the pandemic, there has been an increased focus on the importance of science, medicine, data and technology this year.

If you are aged 16-18 we would like to know whether the pandemic has inspired you, or not, to choose a career in Stem.

Share your experiences

Have you been inspired to go into medicine or biological science? Perhaps you have become interested in how technology has aided the fight against the virus and want to study data science or digital technology subjects at university.

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