Information for schools
The School organises a number of activities to allow prospective students to experience subjects that we teach and find out more about the courses which we offer.
School liaison activities
The School of Engineering and Digital Arts at the University of Kent offers a range of schools liaison events covering a number of exciting subject areas, all of which reflect the undergraduate courses offered and the specialities within the School's research-led teaching.
The Big Bang – NEC, Birmingham, 14-17 March 2018
Big Bang South East - South of England Showground, 27-28 June 2018
STEM activities, at the University of KentWiRED
Women in Research Engineering and Design (WiRED) is an all-day enrichment event for year 6 primary school students who have an interest in or aptitude for maths, science, design, technology and computing. The event will be hosted by the School of Engineering and Digital Arts at the University of Kent’s Canterbury campus. Further details will be published soon for an event taking place in the summer of 2018.Engineering Education Scheme (Year 12)
In this scheme, a number of professional engineers work with teams of high ability Year 12 students and their teachers, for about 6 months, on an engineering project. The scheme includes a residential university workshop and an assessment day. The University of Kent is a regular host for these events.
For details of our degree programmes and how to apply, please visit our Undergraduate study page.
The best thing about choosing a subject that's related to technology is that it's always changing, so you'll never be bored; there will always be something new to learn.
For more information about any of these events in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, please feel free to contact us:
Tel: +44 1227 827323
School of Engineering and Digital Arts
University of Kent