See below for information about our society aims and how to sign up for membership
We provide careers workshops, panel discussions, networking opportunities and social activities for our members. See what we have in store for you by keeping an eye on the Events page!Continue reading >
The UCL Student Society of Women Engineers was founded in 2013 with the aim to create a meaningful community body of women in all fields of engineering, at undergraduate and postgraduate student levels, by providing opportunities for networking, professional development, mentoring, and encouraging participation in outreach activities. We invite inspiring women engineers from academia, industry, or other backgrounds to speak to our members, providing role models for the next generation of engineering leaders from UCL.
The UCL Student Society of Women Engineers is open to:
• Women studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in the UCL Faculty of Engineering
• Women studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in other UCL Faculties, who have a significant element of engineering in their studies/research
• Male students and any staff members at UCL who wish to support our society aims are also welcome to become Associate Members of the society
Any student in the Faculty of Engineering is considered an engineering student. The Departments are: Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering (CEGE), Computer Science, Electronic & Electrical Engineering, School of Management, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy (STEaPP), and Security and Crime Science.
Faculties such as Mathematical & Physical Sciences (MAPS) and the Bartlett also have students working on engineering-related projects.
The membership (student/associate) is FREE, giving you access to all our events and chances to win sponsorship to attend relevant external events. Please contact the society secretary if you wish to become a member.
The events are open to members only unless we specify otherwise. However, you may join the society at the start of any event if you haven’t already – just remember to register on Eventbrite so that we know you will be attending!