International Training Courses summer

5th August 2015

Members of Engineers Without Borders UK and the public are invited to participate in our partner’s international training courses. These courses serve as an introduction to the role engineers can play in human development and aim to inspire those interested in development to become more active global citizens.

These multidisciplinary courses are suitable for participants from various backgrounds: professionals, academics, students and non-engineers are all welcome.

The courses vary in content and length but are typically 2-4 weeks. Some offer an overview of international development with lectures from experts and field visits to nearby projects, others offer hands-on experience of different technologies, from rainwater harvesting to unfired mud brick production.

To date courses have been delivered with Engineers Without Borders UK partners IRRI and CATIS in Mexico, the Centre for Science and Environment in India, and MSABI in Tanzania.

summer courses 2016

Caminos de Agua (CATIS Mexico) and IRRI Mexico are excited to announce that they will be receiving applications for their 3rd annual summer professional development course: Sustainable Technologies in Action: Context, Culture and Design.
If you are passionate about earth-friendly technologies and curious about projects in diverse contexts, this course is for you. This unique experience blends theory, field visits and hands-on opportunities to participants from around the world. Participants learn about rainwater harvesting, biodigesters, organic farming, solar energy, water filtration, and more!
For more information click here.
Have more questions? Sign up for our upcoming conference call/webinar. Or email us with your question or to set up a phone call.


Summer Course Dates: 8 – 22 July 2016

Price : US$1,975

Early Bird Offer: $100 discount if your payment is received by February 7, 2016 and a $50 discount if your payment is received by March 15, 2016.

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Abdul Saleem

22 March 2016
I am from Afghanistan and i studied engineering faculty civil department so i want to increase my knowledge of engineering  i hope you could help me and thanks