Chemical Engineering Students win an Advanced Engineering Leadership Award

Chemical Engineering Students win an Advanced Engineering Leadership Award

Congratulations to Camille French, David MacDonald and Ruaridh MacDonald, fourth year chemical engineering students, who won Engineering Leadership Advanced Awards from the Royal Academy of Engineering. The Engineering Leadership Advanced Awards provide motivation and support for exceptional engineering undergraduates in British universities who have the potential to be future leaders of industry. MEng students in the third year of a five-year course are eligible to compete for the awards, which are worth up to £5,000 each, as well as access to experienced mentors allowing them to benefit from carefully planned training and targeted support over three years.

You can find further information about the Awards on the Engineering Leadership Awards.

Kathy Bayman, who won an Award in 2012, wrote about her experiences in the University of Edinburgh Chemical Engineer Careers blog.

Ruaridh MacDonald, Camille French and David Macdonald at the RA Engineering Leadership Awards, 2013
Ruaridh MacDonald, Camille French and David Macdonald at the RA Engineering Leadership Awards, 2013