Are you a creative problem solver who is ready for the many challenges facing the modern world? Are you up to the challenge of planning and building the necessary infrastructure we need to engineer solutions to help the world reach net zero? If so, then read on…!
Leading academics from the University of Bath will deliver a series of short, but informative lectures and lead a series of interactive activities, bringing Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, and Civil engineering to life. Meet other students who share your interest in STEM for an inspiring three days, that will change your world.
Come and experience life at a leading University and explore the different engineering options you could study or consider as a career. This course is for Year 10 in England and Wales, S4 in Scotland and Year 11 in Northern Ireland.
‘I think the course has given me a good insight into different aspects of engineering and now I know that I definitely want to pursue studying mechanical engineering.’ Female Explore Engineering 2023 Course Student
13 Aug - 15 Aug 2024
Start time: 10:00 hrs
Finish time: 16:00 hrs
University of Bath
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Staying on-site at the University of Bath’s modern green campus, students will experience some of the fantastic facilities, such as the Formula Student Electric garage, Biomechanics and Structural Testing Labs and state of the art Wind Tunnels.
Each day will cover a different engineering topic, which will give you an idea of what it might be like to study engineering as an undergraduate. You’ll be tackling design challenges, such as bridge building, and explore the link between engineering and a sustainable future.
In the evening there will be a series of organised social activities to enjoy or just take time out, to relax in your room. An experienced team from The Smallpeice Trust will be on hand to help and support you throughout your stay.
This event includes the following:
Explore your engineering career options
Hear from leading academics from across different engineering disciplines
Take part in practical projects working as part of a team
Improve your CV with experiences that will help your UCAS application stand out
See science put into practice with a series of engineering challenges
Put your creative problem-solving skills to the test to design solutions