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Engineers Without Borders UK (EWB-UK) is an international development organisation that empowers university students to get involved in small-scale projects focusing on removing barriers to development around the world through science, technology and engineering. EWB-UCL, one of 30+ university branches of EWB UK, was initiated in 2008 and is currently running a variety of international development projects around the world in Peru, Brazil, Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Mexico, Mozambique and Philippines. For more information see our website.

Our projects provide opportunities for young people to learn about the role of technology and engineering in tackling issues related to sanitation, water, education and shelter. As well as our overseas projects, members have the chance to get involved in our outreach program, exciting workshops and training programs such as annual international development course as well as regular speaker-led events and socials.

EWB UCL offers you a variety of opportunities that will enhance your knowledge on engineering and international development as well as boost your CV & employability:

-       Overseas projects with an opportunity to travel abroad

-       Informative speaker-led talks & events

-       Networking opportunities

-       Skills training sessions and workshops

-       Outreach events in local schools.

-       Last but not least: Monthly Socials e.g. Pub Crawl, Pub Quiz, music events

If you would like to find out more information about the society or what we offer, please do not hesitate to contact us under

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Engineers Without Borders UK is a registered charity in England & Wales (No. 1101849) and Scotland (No. SC043537) and is a company limited by guarantee (No. 4856607).

UCLU Engineers without Borders Society have signed the Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment Pledge.

Date established: 
August 2009