Transitition Year Programme 2018

'Engineering Your Future' TY Programme with STEPS, Engineers Ireland and the 'High Tech Elec' TY Programme at Tyndall

Please see below two transition year placements coming soon which you may be interested  in:

The UCC Engineering Your Future programme will take place in May 2019. Over the three day programme students will attend talks and get hands on experience of the following UCC engineering disciplines:

  • Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
  • Process and Chemical Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Applications for UCC are yet to open please check on the Engineers Ireland website:

 https://steps.ie/eyf.aspx

 

  •  HighTech Elec Transition Year Work Experience Programme

 

Application Forms for the 2019 CEIA-Tyndall HighTechElec TY programme are available to download here.

 

Download APPLICATION FORM

Please note that places will be allocated after the closing date to return the forms – 3rd December 2018

The dates of the programme for 2019 are:

Week 1: 11-15 February 2019
Week 2: 11-15 March 2019

Please note that participation in the full week is required.

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ENGINEERING YOUR FUTURE, UCC, 2018

Engineering Your Future hands-on programme for Transition Year students who have an interest in science and maths. It is designed to introduce them to the exciting and diverse world of engineering.

Hosted by a number of colleges and companies around the country, the Engineering Your Future programme provides a week of exposure to the various engineering disciplines. Attending students gain a meaningful, practical insight into engineering at third level and as a career - interacting with lecturers and graduates, taking part in workshops and meeting engineers during industry visits.

This year the School of Engineering hosted a 3 day Programme for 20 Transition year students.  Their schedule was busy and varied. Lunch was provided each day. Click here to download the TY schedule.  

The first day started with an introduction to the School of Engineering with a brief presentatation by our Head of School, Professor Liam Marnane, who also outlined their days ahead. 

The students not only experienced Engineering at UCC on the main campus,  they also visited the INFANT Research Centre in CUH, the Irish Photonic Integration Centre at Tyndall National Institute and the Centre for Mareine and Renewable Energy in Ringaskiddy. 

We believe the students not only found the days informative but that they enjoyed experiencing tasters in all areas of Engineering and of course a taste of student life at UCC.

School of Engineering

Scoil na hInnealtóireachta

Electrical Engineering Building, UCC, College Road, Cork.

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