Going Global – EWB Research and Learning Conference 2013

12th April

Engineers Without Borders UK & Engineers Against Poverty are pleased to present an exciting and unique opportunity to engage constructively with academics, students, policy-makers, and industry insiders promoting the global dimension in engineering education, hosted by UCL Engineering. Going Global offers a full day programme to explore how the global dimension is being incorporated into engineering education.

‘Going Global’, sustainable human development in engineering education

Friday 12th April 2013

Engineering Front Building, University College London, London, WC1E 7J ( maps and directions here )

Join us for an exciting day of research, practice and case studies from people using engineering education to address the world’s most pressing needs.

Students: gain an insight to engineering education in a global context

Academics: find support and contacts to support the global dimension in your teaching

Practitioners: share your stories with an enthusiastic audience

Everybody: Share knowledge and ideas to prepare our engineers for the most pressing engineering challenges

Final details are still being completed, but confirmed highlights include:

Research panels • Expert speakers • education workshops & discussions •  Academic Community Launch  • EWB Challenge Finalists • Research and project exhibitions • Pico Hydro Innovation Competition Finals   • Outreach and training workshops  

Visit the Going Global page on the EWB website for full listings as they’re confirmed, and to buy your ticket – just £15 for students and £30 for everyone else.