PROVIDING SUPPORT TO THE PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT OF UCL STUDENTS IN ENGINEERING.
Who are the engineering students at UCL?
Any student in the Faculty of Engineering Sciences is considered an engineering student.
The UCL Engineering Departments are: Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Environmental & Geomatic, Computer Science, Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Management Science & Innovation, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Physics & Bioengineering, Security and Crime Science, and Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy.
Who is this student society for?
The UCL Student Society of Women Engineers is open to:
• Any UCL female engineering student enrolled in any academic level (Undergraduate, Master’s, PhD)
• Any female student enrolled in any UCL Faculty who has a significant element of engineering in their studies/research.
How much does the membership cost?
The membership of the UCLWE cost £5 per academic year.
Who can attend the UCLWE events?
The events are open to both members and non-members (male and female students). The events are free of charge for UCLWE members, and non-members pay £5 for each event they attend.
How can I become a member of the UCLWE?
Register to attend any UCLWE event and you can set up your membership on the day!Any queries please send an email to email@example.com
LARISSA ROMUALDO SUZUKI
Founder/President and Web Master
Treasurer and Biochemical Engineering UG Rep.
Outreaching and Chemical Engineering PG Rep.
Social Media and Chemical Engineering PG Rep.
Marketing and Medical Physics PG Rep.
Outreaching and Biochemical Engineering PG Rep.
Computer Science UG Rep.
Medical Physics / Security and Crime Science PG Rep.
Computer Science PG Rep.
Electronic & Electrical Engineering PG Rep.
Electronic & Electrical Engineering UG Rep.
Computer Science PG Rep.
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UCLWE - Student Society of Women Engineers
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