The University of Southampton


New ideas are the lifeblood of Dyson. We started with vacuum cleaners, but we also develop hand dryers, fans and motors – all of which solve a problem long-forgotten (or long-ignored) by other manufacturers. But this is only the start.

At Dyson, we’re frustrated with everyday objects that fail. We need engineers with serious technical credibility to make them work better. The problems you’ll face will be diverse. Whether it’s separating fine dust from air at 150,000 times the force of gravity, drying hands with 80% less energy or smoothly entraining 480 litres of air per second – all require deep scientific and engineering knowledge and the ability to exploit fundamental engineering principles.