EPS Summer School
20 JULY - 15 AUGUST 2020
Professional Skills & Career Development
Broaden your expertise to develop your enterprise skills or secure your dream job. Explore the leadership challenges faced in a climate of constant change.
Through fun teamwork challenges, this module will develop knowledge and skills required in understanding the mechanics of structural design.
Water is a key resource to any country, city or home. This module will develop the fundamental knowledge associated with hydraulics.
Civil Engineering at Queen’s has established itself at the cutting edge of industrial research and design.
As part of the Summer School in Civil Engineering you will visit Strangford Lough Marine Laboratory to explore coastal engineering and interact with industry through research presentations. Most of our class activities are team-based, and thus, you will have opportunities to learn how to work in a team and to collaboratively find out a solution to tackle engineering problems such as Structural Design challenges.
Civil Engineering belongs to the School of Natural and Built Environment which is the newest school in Queen’s, bringing together our well-established disciplines of Architecture, Civil & Structural Engineering, Geography, Planning, Archaeology & Palaeoecology.
The School supports an exciting set of degree programmes that engage closely with vital cultural, environmental and social issues that shape our world.
If you are thinking of doing a postgraduate course at Queen’s this is the perfect opportunity to get a taster of what it’s like to study at our beautiful campus.
Students who have attended the EPS Summer School who return to a full-time postgraduate taught programme receive a 20% tuition fee reduction on year 1.
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