Girls from schools throughout the UK are being invited to apply to take part in an engineering conference in Aberdeen.
Taking place from Monday July 29 to Wednesday July 31, the second Women in Engineering Conference is a collaboration between Aberdeen University, St Margaret’s School for Girls, oil and gas company BP and Skills Development Scotland (SDS).
There are 45 spaces available for girls aged 15 to 17 on the course, which will be hosted by the university, with the deadline for applications on Friday March 29, and candidates will be selected on the basis of their application and school reference.
Successful applicants will be able to explore engineering in both a university environment and the workplace and will stay in halls of residence supervised by experienced teachers.
To apply visit abdn.ac.uk/engineering/events/14407/