Eleven of our placements are still open.
From cookstove design with Prakti in India to earthquake resistant construction techniques teaching in Nepal, we have placements lasting between 3 and 12 months and covering various engineering fields. See the list of 2015 placements here

We're changing for the better! Here's the first glimpse of our refreshed brand identity. 

Engineering has a vital role to play in delivering solutions to meet fundamental human needs. We inspire and support people to respond to global challenges.

Clare Farm Training Course 2006

This is a great opportunity to lead a project investigating, developing and proposing a new flagship EWB-UK programme aimed at educating people about development, the role that engineering and technology can play and appropriate ways to engage in effecting sustainable human development.

On Monday, 23rd February the president of Engineers Without Borders UK's (EWB-UK) Bristol University branch, Conor McGlacken, has fought off tough competition from students across the UK to win the 2015 Student Volunteer of the Year Award, as part of the annual Student Volunteering Week celebrations next week.

Applications are open for the International Training Courses to take place in the summer of 2015! These courses are a great introduction to intenational development.  Apply before the March and May deadlines, and don't miss out on CSE Early Birds discount.


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