London Engineering Project Case Studies
The London Engineering Project (LEP) set up projects with London South Bank University to engage young people in STEM subjects. These case studies describe the projects, their backgrounds and activities.
- The projects are:
- Engineering Islam
- Engineering pick 'n' mix
- Engineering summer school
- The engineering tour
- Gender and culture
- Getting girls into engineering - a practical guide
- Getting girls into engineering - UKRC and LEP
- Getting the engineering message across
- London South Bank University and EDF
- Professor Georgia's engineering adventures
- Supporting engineering diplomas
- Transport for London ambassador programme
- The solar car challenge
- Tube lines
Engineering Islam is an annual event hosted by the London Engineering Project (LEP). The event celebrates Islamic culture and aims to show young people the important contribution that Muslims made to society particularly in the field of science and engineering....
This London Engineering Project case study, part of the Royal Academy of Engineering collection, is a hands-on interactive activity aimed at Year 9 students and aims to show how creative engineering can be and encourages enterprise....
This London Engineering Project case study, part of the Royal Academy of Engineering collection, describes a summer school for Year 10 students designed to encourage and inspire participants to go on to higher education....
This London Engineering Project case study, part of the Royal Academy of Engineering collection, gives Year 8-10 students information and knowledge about some of London's famous landmarks.
The activity illustrates the...