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Words of Wisdom (for girls with science GCSEs)

Wednesday, 20 March, 2013 - 12:00 to 14:00

Join us at the launch of the Women’s Engineering Society ‘Voices’ Project as part of National Science & Engineering Week to hear from early career women engineers about: • Medical engineering • Water supplies • Sustainability Students will be hear about routes into a wide variety of engineering and have the opportunity to ask questions about what it’s like, the jobs, the colleagues and the fun. Take home your own personal poster with advice from a range of undergraduate engineers about choosing a course and how they found a course that used physics, maths and art or drama. Talks will be non-technical and suitable for girls taking GCSE or A-level options or looking for more information to help choose a university. To reserve places please contact info@katalytik.co.uk. Schools can book school groups. Places are limited. Further information call Jan Peters 0797 4011278

Categories: 
Construction/ Industry, Earth Science, Electronics, Engineering, Environmental Science, Medicine/ Healthcare and Transport
Age group: 
11–14 year olds, 14–16 year olds and 16–18 year olds
www.wes.org.uk
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