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Energy Conference, Warwick Engineering Society. The Energy Trilemma


Jan – March 2017 (Masterclasses take place on a Saturday morning – 6 classes in total)


Year 9 Local schools

Local schools are invited to nominate two year 9 pupils (1 boy, 1 girl) to attend the Saturday morning Royal Institution Engineering Masterclasses in WMG, at the University of Warwick in the spring term in 2017.  The Series aims to open the eyes of young people to the excitement, beauty and value of engineering, and in turn, inspire the next generation of scientists, mathematicians and engineers. Each masterclass focuses on an aspect of modern engineering and is presented by an engineer actively involved in research or working in industry. The classes take the form of interactive workshop sessions.

Each school can nominate 2 students, a boy and a girl to attend the masterclasses

Nomination form is available here:

Jan – March 2017 (Masterclasses take place on a Saturday morning – 6 classes in total)


6th form pupils (year 12, 13), year 11 may also be possible.

Attendance at the conference will give you an insight into the energy sectors and some big players within them. There will be speakers, breakout workshops and networking opportunities. The speeches and workshops will give you a good idea as to what each company does. The networking opportunities will give you the chance to talk to companies, find out more about their internships/work experience opportunities. What is the Warwick Engineering Society? - Warwick Engineering Society is an entirely student run society serving over 850 members as of 2016. They organise a deliver a wide range of events, including conferences for the students.

Who can book? - There are a maximum of 40 spaces for 6th form pupils (year 12, year 13) from local schools, available on a first-come-first-served basis for each event. Year 11 may also be possible. Please get in touch with Margaret Low to reserve places ( form is available here: