To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2022, we are inviting female* sixth form students to Oxford to learn about the subject of Engineering Science. This event will take place at 09:30-16:00, Thursday 23 June at the Department of Engineering Science, Thom Building.

On the day you will get the opportunity to explore a subject not usually taught at schools through various activities, such as:

– Hearing about current research and cutting-edge engineering solutions from some of our active female engineering researchers
– Taking part in a hands-on engineering workshop
– Speaking to leading engineer Dr Anita Sengupta in an exclusive Q&A session before she gives this year’s Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture

You will then be able to join the main department’s celebratory high tea event and interact with our Women in Engineering network to round off the day’s activities.
Students will also get the opportunity to visit an Oxford College and take part in the “My Skills, My Life” future careers workshop.

More information and apply for this event here:

Applications close at 4pm, Wednesday 15 June 2022

Rough programme for the day
09:30 – Arrival and registration
10:00 – Introduction and “What is Engineering?”
10:30 – Flash talks by our female engineers
11:15 – Engineering workshop
12:30 – College visit and lunch
13:30 – My Skills, My Life workshop
14:15 – Q&A with Dr Anita Sengupta
15:00 – Afternoon Tea
16:00 – Finish

*This event is open to students who identify as female or non-binary