Bristol, United Kingdom

Destination Engineer

when 23 July 2023 - 5 August 2023
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee GBP 2995

Engineers create an enormous range of life-enhancing and valuable products, from silicon chips to aeroplanes to skyscrapers. Based in our laboratories and workshops, you will work in small teams with our staff to research, design, build and test a variety of objects. The emphasis will be on creativity and hands-on practical skills. You will present your work to a panel of experts who will assess it and give you feedback.

Course leader

Dr Andrew Harrison, School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol. You must be studying mathematics and physics and be interested in studying a degree in any branch of engineering.

Target group

Pre-undergraduate. Currently in High School or 16–18 further education

Course aim

Research, design, build and test in our engineering labs and workshops.

Fee info

GBP 2995: All tuition, teaching materials and a transcript
Lab consumables, site materials, or community workshop costs when applicable
Single-room accommodation in a University of Bristol residence
A half-board meal package (breakfast and dinner) throughout your stay
A team of supportive student leaders available 24/7
An exciting social programme
Arrivals and departures day transfers within Bristol from Bristol Airport, Bristol Bus and Coach Station, or Bristol Temple Meads train station.

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