WES Conference

  • WES Conference 2017 - a post-grad experience

    As a second year PhD student, I have found the event most useful while listening the career paths of number of women engineers who have decided to move into industry rather than staying in academics after their higher educations. As...

  • WES Conference 2017 - Amy Donohoe

    I really enjoyed my time at the conference - spending time with similar minded women all at the same point in their career and hearing about all their different backgrounds and reasons for studying engineering was really inspiring. The WES...

  • WES Student Conference - Idil Hassan

    The WES conference proved to be a very inspiring event for me. Meeting women who have progressed exceptionally in the engineering field has given me an insight into what it means to be a female in the industry and how...

  • Designing a farm, delicious food and inspriational women!

    Attending the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Student Conference at Aston University in November was inspirational and amazing. On arrival we had companies such as Selex, Dialog, Instron, Altera, UTC Aerospace, Mars, BP and Proctor and Gamble (P&G) both at stands...

  • Highlights (including chocolate mousse) of my first WES Conference!

    Having started my PhD less than two months ago, when I heard about the student Women Engineering Society conference, I immediately signed up for it for the sheer curiosity. Little did I know, it would have the kind of impact...

  • 7th Annual WES Student Conference

    Ten members of WESBath were given the opportunity to attend the WES Student Conference on 20th and 21st November at Aston University, Birmingham. This was a brilliant chance for us to meet inspiring engineers from industry and around 150 other...