Welcome to the Outreach and Schools Liaison section of the School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering. We work with the Institution of Engineering Technology, primary schools and secondary schools and colleges to highlight pathways to careers through degrees, the impact of our subject on society and the leading-edge research under way at the University of Birmingham.
We run curriculum-enhancing visits to Schools, demonstrations and workshops on University Open Days and provide resources for teachers. Our objective is to build links with teachers and schools that encourage their pupils towards higher education and successful careers in Engineering.
If you would like more information or to participate in any of our events, please, contact Carolyn Toney.
If you have taken part in the PIC LED Light Chaser project offered by the school and want to further modify your light chaser details are here.
The School offered work experience places in summer 2014 to four students from years 10 to 12. The students helped with maintenance of radar research systems detectors and setting up a robotics workshop for an Open Day. They learned about health and safety procedures in the workplace and observed research work in several laboratories. They also did some electronics projects. Nicholas Bond from Studley High School and Edwin Balani from Kings Edwards School Edgbaston made microphones in drinks cans. The photograph shows Hitesh Verma and Joe Malt from King Edwards VI Camp Hill School making transducer circuits to create an electric cello.
Magnets Ducks and Superconductors - Case Study for Public Engagement
Change Your World – The Big Bang Fair 2012
Superconductors - powering the future, probing the past
Join our teachers’ mailing list – get invited to all our School and University events. Email Carolyn Toney.
How to find us
For directions to the School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering please see the University maps and directions page.