Engineering the Future for Girls

The Engineering the Future for Girls programme, hosted by the University of Strathclyde in partnership with BP, BAM Nuttall and Weir Plc, is designed to engage girls in a range of engineering challenges that will inspire them to become the next generation of engineers.



Given that restrictions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic still remain in place, the 2022 programme will be going ahead online with virtual sessions running on Monday 6th,, Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June 2022. Participants will hear from staff and students at the University and colleagues from BP,  BAM and Weir who will provide an insight into studying and working in the field of engineering. They will also take part in a group project and will be issued in advance with an Engineering the Future for Girls ‘Lab Kit’ to take part remotely in practical activities which staff will guide them through during the online sessions. There are 100 places available on the programme.

Please follow the links below to access specific details about the programme and guidance on how to apply (for applicants, teachers and parents).

Apply now for the 2022 programme