Placement: University of Lincoln TY856
Location: University of Lincon, School of Engineering, Isaac Newton Building, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, LN6 7TS
Five day placements are available during term times. Exact dates can be found at https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/abouttheuniversity/calendar/
Each placement is supported by a £1000 ENTHUSE bursary.
The final part of the programme is a one-day professional development experience, held two to six months after your placement.
This opportunity is suitable for STEM teaching professionals and/or professionals with additional responsibility for careers.
Going on a placement at University of Lincoln, School of Engineering will help you to:•inspire your students – increase your own understanding of engineering by attending lectures and laboratory sessions. Find out how the university uses physical and mathematical concepts to solve engineering problems and how these concepts are taught.
•build strong links with a local university – connect with a local university to develop staff and student experiences, with the aim of creating a longer term partnership.
•enhance your advice on careers options– Help to boost your students’ confidence in making degree and career choices and gain useful information on the student admissions process. Work with members of the admissions team to see how you can better support your students when making university applications through UCAS, from both A level and BTEC routes.
To find out more about the University of Lincoln School of Engineering, visit the webpage: https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/engineering/
This ENTHUSE bursary funded placement offers you an opportunity to:
•provide inspirational experiences for teachers, which will in turn help them to inspire their students•support the transition between A-Level / vocational study and Higher Education, helping to highlight routes of study and future STEM related careers•develop firmer links between school / college and university•equip your school or college in response to the Government’s careers strategy