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UCL Open Day 2012
UCL Open Day 2012
UCL Open Day 2012
UCL Open Day 2012

Year 8 and 9 Engineers Save Lives Masterclass Series


Key information

The Engineers Save Lives Masterclass Series will take place at the UCL Bloomsbury campus on the following dates:

Date Time
Saturday 27 January 10.00 - 12.30
Saturday 3 February 10.00 - 12.30
Saturday 24 February 10.00 - 12.30
Saturday 3 March 10.00 - 12.30
Saturday 10 March 10.00 - 12.30
Saturday 17 March 10.00 - 12.30

Successful applicants are expected to attend all of dates listed above.

Application deadline

Applications for this course have now closed.

Description

Have you ever wondered what engineers actually do? Engineers design, create, explore, innovate and work collaboratively with experts from many other disciplines for the design and development of tools, materials and technologies in medicine, communications, construction, environmental sustainability, food technologies, space programs, transportation, sport and entertainment. From artificial bones and smart medical machines that perform delicate surgery, to cutting edge sports training equipment and high-tech clothing, to everyday household appliances, personal devices and energy-efficient equipment, engineers help shape the future and make a difference in the world we are living in. 

UCL Faculty of Engineering in partnership with UCL Widening Participation, are inviting Year 8 and 9 students from across London to experience the range of modern engineering and its significance to human wellbeing in a series of masterclasses taught by our academics, researchers and students. You will spend the sessions learning about the latest advances in biochemical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, robotics, biomedical engineering, material science and inclusive design.

At the end of the programme you will receive a UCL Engineering Certificate as an accreditation for successfully completing the course. 

Entry requirements

Eligibility criteria

Our events and activities are funded by UCL's Access Agreement and Widening Participation funds. As such, there are eligibility criteria that all applicants should consider before applying. 

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