London & South East
As the Arup & EWB-UK 'Resilient Cities' competition comes to a close, we would like to welcome you to the awards evening at 6.30pm on 14th June in central London. The evening includes an exhibition of the winning and shortlisted posters, the competition awards ceremony, talks from industry experts and a drinks reception. RSVP to reserve your place now!
Engineers Without Borders, Imperial College London
The Imperial College London branch has striven in the last years to provide training courses, speakers and to promote research and education linked with development.
Welcome to Cranfield University Branch!
International Development: Experiences from Cambodia & EWB Australia.
EWB Disaster relief and development pub quiz
EWB London PN is organising an informal event to test your knowledge on disaster relief and development and give you a great chance to meet like-minded people whilst enjoying some relaxed drinks. Nibbles provided.
EWB-UCL is proud to present London's first International Development Course this coming March 16 (Saturday) for the 3rd year running!
Open to any student from any university and themed “Developing Sustainable Communities”, this event will see a discussion between students and invited speakers that aims to highlight the roles of students in international development.
As part of the Engineers Without Borders UK London Professional network we would like to invite you to our Christmas Networking Event!
Arup staff will give a brief overview of the PN activities we have been up to, including outreach, placements and fundraising and then we will open the floor to discussions on what others have done/found difficult and ideas for the future.
The second meeting of the London Professional Network will take place at UCL in Room G14 Committee Room.
The agenda is as follows:
If you are interested in learning more about International Development then why not attend a StudentHubs conference. The Oxford Forum for International Development takes place at the Said Business School in Oxford from the 8th - 10th February.
A London Rollout of the 'Engineer's Toolkit for a Developing World' from ICE will take place in November 2012. The Toolkit will be presented by Professor Charles Ainger MWH and the University of Cambridge and Joshua Macabuag one of the apprentices.
StudentHubs are running an International Development Conference in Cambridge.
Leadership for Development
The aim of this series is twofold: