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In partnership with Centre for Science and the Environment (CSE), NGO based in India, we would like to invite you for a unique interdisciplinary course on environment and development in New Delhi, 1-29 August. 
This course is a fantastic opportunity to learn about international development and see some community initiatives first hand.

The EWB Challenge (www.ewbchallenge.org) is a design programme for first and second year engineering students in the UK and Ireland. The design briefs provided to them are sourced from EWB's partners in developing communities, and the aim of the Challenge is to develop the capacity of students to respond to global challenges by giving them the opportunity to work through a 'real world' design project.

Camera: Illustration by Jayofboy http://www.freeimages.com/profile/jayofboy
We invite all who have been involved in the Engineers Without Borders UK activities to participate in our Photography Competition 2014. 
Send us your images representing change created by Engineers Without Borders UK.
EWB-UK is delighted to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed with international partner, Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI). EWB-UK and KDI have been working together since 2010.

Don’t miss this opportunity!

The Global Dimensions in Engineering Education (GDEE) Project is pleased to announce the launch of a series of online courses, aimed at increasing the abilities of European technical academics to integrate principles of Sustainable Human Development into their teaching.   
The courses will begin 31st March, 2014

Jo with Reignite staff and local community in Bambui
Saturday 8 March marks International Women’s Day. Here at Engineers Without Borders (EWB)-UK, we are keen to celebrate the success of our female volunteers and engineers working in the field of international development and highlight the impact they have had with our international partners. 
IRRI Mexico was the first international partner to sign a multi-year Memorandum of Understanding with EWB-UK. Ilan Adler of IRRI and Jen Byram from EWB-UK signed the informal mutual agreement of aims and activities we will undertake together. 
The Know Before You Go course is run by EWB-UK with Impact International. For anyone considering volunteering overseas this summer attendance is highly recommended. The course will cover many of the things you will need to know to make your volunteering a success.
The course is on 29-30 March at Imperial College London.
EWB-UK is delighted to launch its latest round of placements with international partners across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Closing date for ALL applications is:10th March 2014.
We have placements this year for engineering undergraduates, graduates and early career engineers, as well as for those with a background in educational development.
2013 placement volunteer talks with students

We are happy to announce that we have the first few opportunities of 2014 to gain overseas international development experience working closely with EWB-UK's partner organisations in India and Cameroon. Applications deadlines soon approaching: 20th February for India and March 10th for Cameroon Placement.