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The PromoScience Program aims to promote interest and skills in natural sciences and engineering among Canada’s young people — particularly those in underrepresented groups, including girls and Indigenous peoples — through interactive, hands-on learning experiences.
Exams aren’t the only things that go on at the end of term for UBC engineering students. In this video, Rebecca talks about final projects, how they differ from exams, the pros and cons and also gives us a look at her final projects for the term.
At the end of their undergraduate degrees, Canadian engineering students receive an Iron Ring to symbolize their ethical responsibility moving forward as engineers. In this video Rebecca talks about the ceremony and tells us what getting her Iron Ring means to her! Subscribe to see more videos!
eng-cite is looking for students passionate about engineering outreach and encouraging young women to pursue STEM fields to help with the delivery of our programs. To apply for any of our positions, please fill out the appropriate application form. Applications close April 2nd! Girls Only Club Coordinator Join us as we run Girls Only Clubs […]
Did you know in fourth-year, all UBC Engineering students complete a capstone design project. For Mechanical Engineering students, they get to work with a client to solve a real world design problem. Watch Rebecca share her capstone experience working with Awake Labs to develop a wearable device for children with autism. Subscribe to see more […]
Did you know UBC Engineering students get to work on design projects in their classes starting from first-year! Watch Samia share her experience working on the APSC 101 autonomous claw project. Subscribe to see more of Samia’s year!
Curious what a typical day looks like for a UBC Mechanical Engineering student? Rebecca takes us through a day in her life showing how she balances classes, clubs, friends, projects and downtime! Subscribe to see more of Rebecca’s year!