Fee for 2020
The cost of one residential place on the Imperial College Global Summer School in 2020 is £4,695 per student.
The Engineering stream offers students the opportunity to explore a range of engineering subjects at Imperial. It combines elements of engineering and design and includes specialist seminars and workshops delivered by different departments from Imperial’s Faculty of Engineering. You will be exposed to subject content and possibilities across this broad discipline; develop essential engineering skills, and work in groups to find solutions to real engineering challenges.
On the engineering stream, you will:
- Explore a range of disciplines and facilities within the faculty of Engineering
- Conduct practical experiments, collect and analyse data
- Work as part of a team to solve real-world engineering problems
- Test your design skills in a series of team-based activities
- Build and test models and prototypes using a range of materials
In 2019, students took part in sessions led by departments across the Faculty of Engineering, including Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Earth Science, Material Sciences and Design Engineering. Students explored a range of topics, took part in team challenges and undertook practical experiments.
You will explore facilities such as the Carbon Capture Pilot Plant, the most sophisticated of its kind in the world within an academic institution. Students will then work in practical groups to apply economics, material and energy balances to a given case study.
You will engage with mapping the drivers of environmental change. In previous years, students looked at how people have changed the environment and what the impacts are on key resources, such as food, water and energy. Students will then used these new insights to address a real-world crisis.
You will be challenged to create the strongest material using a series of matrix materials, a set of reinforcement materials and additives. Then you will test the material’s mechanical properties through a series of laboratory techniques.
Please note the above information is meant as a guide and applicants should be aware that the academic programme is subject to change from year to year. We are currently in the process of organising the academic sessions for the 2020 Global Summer School. Please email us if you have any questions about the academic sessions or any other aspect of the programme.
Group planning session
Rebuilding and redesigning a sumo robot
The final version of a sumo robot
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