Warwick Engineering Society (EngSoc) is a student-run academic society serving around 800 members, comprising students from disciplines such as Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, WBS, and more. Anyone is welcome to join the society and engage with our events, particularly if you have an interest in technology, energy and industry in general.
Our exec team is composed of 15 highly skilled and caring members, devoted to ensuring you have a fulfilling time at University. Should you choose to join us – and we hope you do – we have many exciting events planned for the year which you can get involved in.
We run weekly sessions to aid with your academic work, broaden your horizons with exciting opportunities, and enhance your career prospects…
We run weekly sessions to aid with your academic work, broaden your horizons with exciting opportunities, and enhance your career prospects. Academic events geared towards freshers include a lab report writing tutorial towards the beginning of the year and revision lectures just before exams. Transitioning to university level studies can be difficult, so we’ll try to help however we can!
All work and no play? Of course not! This year, we aim to host many more socials that cater for all our members. With events planned such as ‘something-in-common’ bingo, circling, meals, and an end-of-term ball, we’ll ensure that you have more than enough time to unwind, socialise and meet new people.
Whether it be through our site visits, speaker events or our highly attended conferences, you’ll experience first-hand what is occurring in industry, where your degree and skillset can take you, and how to make the most of your time at University.
On a termly basis, we publish our society’s signature magazine, ‘The Warwick Engineer’…
In Term one alone, we have site visits booked for BMW/Mini and JCB, interactive careers sessions with our sponsoring companies, involvement with Engineering Week this November, and talks about how to get a summer internship. These events enable you to gain valuable PDR points as well as give you the potential to network and expand your commercial awareness.
On a termly basis, we publish our society’s signature magazine, ‘The Warwick Engineer’ filled with tips on how to crack assessment centres and job interviews, as well as relatable and relevant student stories. We also have our very own Outreach Team dedicated to widening participation of school students and sixth formers, increasing their engagement with STEM and promoting equal opportunities in Engineering. The Outreach Team is supported by Warwick Volunteers and the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG). All our Outreach volunteers are current students with a desire to share their passion for their studies with the local community. It is a very sociable team to be a part of, with a plethora of interesting events to be involved in. Applications for these open in Term One.
All our Outreach volunteers are current students with a desire to share their passion for their studies…
Our highlight event of Term 1 will be our unmissable conference ‘COLONY 2017: The Future of Living Spaces’. More information about tickets, speakers and topics to come, so stay tuned.
To chat and meet with fellow Engineering freshers, join the ‘Warwick Engineers (2017 Entry) group on Facebook, and ‘like’ our page ‘Warwick Engineering Society’. For further information or to ask any questions, please go to our website.