Presentation used to introduce the 2011 india challenge uk version lots of info on the challenge and on ewb-uk's values prepared by alistair cook.
The ewb challenge integrates into existing semester one and two courses for first-year engineering students therefore, the program has been designed to support core curriculum components relevant to first-year engineering students. The ewb challenge is an education initiative of engineers without borders australia (ewb) ewb brings together engineering students, young graduates, experienced engineers and even non engineers as a team to tackle the issues of development and sustainability and help solve basic, small scale engineering problems faced by many people in need.
The ewb challenge is an open-ended learning experience, and thus the breadth and depth of design is left to individual universities and design teams to scope within the context of the submission requirements. The ewb challenge is a design program for primary year university students coordinated by the ewb challenge team and delivered in partnership with universities around the world. The ewb challenge is open to students undertaking a first-year university course registered with the ewb challenge students studying in the disciplines of engineering, architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, science, business and social science are all encouraged to participate.
1 introduction to the ewb challenge the ewb challenge is a design program for first-year university students coordinated by engineers without borders australia (ewb) and delivered in partnership with ewb-new zealand, ewb uk, and with australian, new zealand and uk universities.
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Introduction to the ewb challenge the ewb challenge is a design program for first-year university students coordinated by engineers without borders australia (ewb) and delivered in partnership with ewb-new zealand, ewb uk, and universities in australia, new zealand, the uk and ireland.