Is Engineering without borders far from giving an added value to the corporate world?

25 May 2016 in The Network, Alumni by Mireia Hernández Navarro

Is Engineering without borders far from giving an added value to the corporate world?

Miquel Fabregas, UNITECH Programme Participant 2013 from Barcelona, has just graduated as a Civil Engineer from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. He has had a whole host of different experiences along his career, each dragging him into a different field. While on exchange at Loughborough University, his interest in engineering in low income countries began, with the well known society Engineers Without Borders.

Here is the story of how he found himself in the world of Engineers Without Borders…

Infineon and Trinity College Dublin combine to impact early engineering interest among schollchildren

01 Apr 2016 in Corporate Partners by David Ward

Infineon and Trinity College Dublin combine to impact early engineering interest among schollchildren

In 2012 the Chips@School programme was established in Munich as an idea competition for students of the 8th grade onwards (roughly 13 years old) where the students come up with an idea on how semiconductor chips can be used to improve our lives. Several other sites in Germany joined and in 2015 the first nationwide competition took place.

UNITECH meets the Bühler Energy Challenge

10 Dec 2015 in Corporate Partners by David Ward

UNITECH meets the Bühler  Energy Challenge

Dear UNITECH Members,

The Bühler Energy Challenge this year was run with UNITECH as a major participant. The Challenge, which was focused on energy sources and savings, was initially circulated to all UNITECH Students and Alumni within the Network, and to selected non-UNITECH universities by Bühler.

Entrepreneur. A much used word these days, but what does it really mean?

13 Nov 2015 in The Network, The Programme by David Ward

 Entrepreneur. A much used word these days, but what does it really mean?

“As Secretary General I see entrepreneurship at the very heart of what UNITECH sets out to achieve – to provide its Corporate Partners with talented engineers who can “Define, invest, build, repeat” in their companies (although the invest part perhaps should be read as “persuade others to invest”).” - David Ward UNITECH Secretary General

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