The EESW Project encourages young people to consider a career in STEM by giving students a positive experience working with professional engineers in an industrial setting.

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EESW Project 2020-21 - Awards Presentation

We are delighted to announce that this year's EESW Project 2020-21 Awards Presentation is taking place online on Thursday 8th July at 2pm.  

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You can download the annual EESW Project Brochure 2020-21 and printed copies will also be sent to participating schools and companies following the awards event.  If you would like to request a printed copy, please contact us.  


Sponsored by Industry Wales

Sponsored by Industry Wales

EESW Student of the Year Award 2021

To celebrate the EESW Projects of 2020-21, we are launching the annual EESW Student of the Year Award, gratefully supported by Industry Wales. 

Entrants will need to submit a proposal explaining why they think they deserve to be EESW Student of the Year 2021, using the template provided. 

The winner will receive £800 towards the cost of studying a Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM) based subject next year.  Two runners-up will also each receive £400 to help with future study.  

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EESW Student of the Year Award 2020

We are pleased that the winner and runners-up of this year's EESW Student of the Year Award, gratefully supported by Industry Wales, was presented on Thursday 26th November 2020 at the Welsh Automotive Forum's Autolink 2020 event.  

We were delighted that Ken Skates MS, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales was present to announce the winner and runners-up, which you can watch below:


EESW Project 2019-20 Awards

We are pleased to announce that the awards have now been finalised, please see the announcement video below. We will be contacting all award winners in due course with details of how to claim their prize.  Good luck to all competing teams!


We would like to thank all of our award sponsors below who have continued to support the EESW Project 2019-20.