The dress code at South Bank Engineering UTC

South Bank Engineering UTC has no traditional uniform. Instead, in line with our way of working closely with real employers, we expect our students to wear business dress. The exceptions to this rule are practical work, where protective clothing including lab coats or overalls and other protective equipment will be provided, and sports, for which expectations will be made clear to students.

Business dress means clothing likely to be seen in a professional office environment. For example, for male students, a matching formal business suit, along with a formal collared shirt and tie, with formal leather shoes and belt is expected to be worn. Female students will be expected to wear formal office dress to include a tailored jacket, blouse and tailored trousers or skirt along with smart, practical footwear.

To get further details of the dress code please go to our UTC Dress Code Policy.

South Bank Engineering UTC has no traditional uniform. Instead, in line with our way of working closely with real employers, we expect our students to wear business dress.