EESW Student of the Year Award 2012
To celebrate the EESW projects of 2011-12, we are launching a competition to find the most inventive engineering student. The winner will receive up to £3,000 towards the cost of studying a Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM) based subject next year. The prize for two runners-up is a laptop each to help with future study.
To enter, you must:
- Be studying at least two STEM subjects at A level
- Have taken part in an EESW project in 2011-12 and attended the Awards & Presentation Day
- Have achieved a Gold CREST Award
- Be intending to study a STEM based subject at level 4 (university, apprenticeship or higher education)
You will need to write a proposal explaining why you think you deserve to be EESW Student of the Year 2012.
Your written proposal should include:
- Your grades gained at GCSE/AS level and your chosen subjects at A level
- Any other qualifications or STEM relevant achievements (E.g. Gold CREST Award)
- Details of your future intended study and career goals
- Around 2,000 words outlining any Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM) activities you have engaged with
- 500 words explaining how you might contribute to the economy of Wales in the future
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview during the week beginning 19th November and the nominees will be notified by Wednesday 28th November. The final three candidates will be invited to a Gala Dinner at County Hall, Cardiff hosted by the Wales Quality Centre on the evening of Thursday 13th December.
We look forward to receiving your Proposal!