8th Annual Residential Conference for Women Engineering Students
Fri 24 - Sat 25 November 2017
Aston University, Birmingham
The WES Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration, has a theme this year 'Engineering to Change the World' which brings together over 150 students, academics and early-mid career engineers from supporting industry to explore pathways to technical leadership.
[Conference Fee £25]
Funded and co-organised by Anne Locker (IET archives) and Elizabeth Bruton (Science Museum) and supported by WES, this one-day conference will take place at IET Savoy Place.
This seminar will provide a timely opportunity for delegates to discuss the next steps for Scotland’s skills development and apprenticeships policy following introduction of the Apprenticeships Levy and the rollout of foundation and graduate apprenticeships. Read more
18:00 - 21.00 [Free]
5 Chancery Lane, London
You are invited to join us at our annual celebratory event which is an opportunity to network with members and non-members over mince pies and mulled wine.
We will also be announcing the successfully matched pairs in our new mentoring scheme.
Non-members of Women in Transport are welcome but it is essential that all attendees register.
The 'Women-Led Innovation in STEM', a highly interactive, impact-driven conference aims to inspire young British and Arab women to enter into STEM careers, and actively connects established women leaders in STEM with rising stars and entrepreneurs in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics. More information
Energising Tomorrow's World
This empowering one-day event will gather both male and female role models who innovate, challenge and embrace technology, inspirational women who have achieved great success within the sector and influential entrepreneurs who will share stories of their journey. The event will be attended by 600 women and men working in tech across industry sectors so offers a fantastic networking opportunity.
International Women in Engineering Day takes place every year on 23 June. We encourage everyone to participate in the day to help celebrate women in engineering and encourage more girls and young women to consider engineering as a career. To find out more please visit www.inwed.org.uk.