Alumnus Ronjon Nag (BSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 1984) reflects on the success of his prize, supporting student entrepreneurs at Birmingham.
The Ronjon Nag Entrepreneurship Competition is a £5,000 prize for the student tech project with the strongest commercial potential. Well done to all the finalists and congratulations to our 2020 winner Michael Haydock!
During lockdown, a period when the rest of the world stood still, it was a busy time for WISE as we prepared for the forthcoming year and all the challenges it brings.
Hello from CAD Society! We're looking forward to welcoming you to another. This Society focuses on everything related to computer aided design; all the way from 3D printing microdrones to designing model F1 cars!
Over the past 23 years UBRacing has successfully helped introduce Formula Student into the UK. We've competed abroad and two years ago won the dynamic competition and place 2nd overall at FSUK. Now it's time for a change
We would like to welcome back existing EWB members and welcome new members to Engineers Without Borders University of Birmingham.
The University of Birmingham Consulting Group is now part of the EPS Community! We know how many of you may be interested in the world of consultancy, and how many companies there are out there interested in you too.
We hope you are well and staying safe during these uncertain times. Although we'd LOVE to meet you in person we're aware this may not be possible, so keep an eye on our Instagram and LinkedIn for our virtual events.
As devoted students at the University of Birmingham, we believe that community support is the key to encourage success and growth during these uncertain times. That's why we created the Women In Tech society!
We have had an incredible first year! We've grown quite nicely from just a few students and have enjoyed hosting many social, engineering and outreach events throughout the year too.