Dan Craddock on a data collection visit to Nepal for the 2015-16 EWB Challenge

The Engineering Council and the Engineering Professors’ Council have recently endorsed the EWB Challenge, one of our flagship initiatives in engineering education. These endorsements clearly illustrate the value placed by those at the top of the engineering profession on the concept of globally responsible engineers and are a great validation of the quality of the programme.  

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.

Nepalese flag

All of us at Engineers Without Borders UK are deeply saddened by the terrible news that Nepal has suffered another earthquake.  We have a long history of working in the region in partnership with the fantastic Nepalese people.

 

There is still time to Live Below the Line for Engineers Without Borders UK this year and help raise awareness of the 1.2 billion people living on under £1 per day.  

 

 

Water pump site in Benin

Are you passionate about addressing global issues, with first hand experience of delivering charitable programmes? If so, you could be the perfect person to join us as our International Partnerships Officer.


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