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Nina Parsons

“I think engineering is about pushing boundaries and analyzing things very critically and questioning, continuously questioning everything”

Nina Parsons

It took just one day at a race-track for Nina Parsons to know that she wanted to be an engineer. Now she’s heading for a career in Formula 1

It took just one day at a race-track for Nina Parsons to know that she wanted to be an engineer. Five years later, she’s heading for a career in Formula 1…

For Nina and her friends at Oxford Brookes, teamwork is the key to building a winning Formula Student racing car. That and paying the closest attention to the small details that make the difference between winning and losing. She’ll need to bring all of those skills into play next year, when she’s working with the Williams Formula 1 team…

‘Born to Engineer – Nina Parsons’ is the eighth film in a series produced for the ERA Foundation.

Route in Engineering

Engineering can seem like a distant goal. Watch now to discover how it was possible to achieve a career as an Engineer.

Everyone’s engineering journey has to start someone and if you’re someone who’s thinking about embarking on an engineering career pathway, we’ll give you the really good news first. There’s arguably never been a better time be an engineer.

You can find out more by reading our “Careers Guide“.

Learn more about the innovations and creative projects engineers are involved in by watching these “Were You Born to Engineer?” videos.

It does not matter what your interests and passions are, from sport to healthcare – there is an exciting and rewarding role for you in Engineering.

These videos have been produced by creative video producers duckrabbit, under the sponsorship of the ERA Foundation, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, and the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

These videos are useful in the classroom, at master classes or residential courses, STEM clubs or any other forum when the excitement and opportunities of engineering are to be discussed. View our teaching resource page for offline downloads and more information.

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