Welcome to the 2012 – 2013 school year!
Whether you’re new to the Faculty of Engineering or a returning student, you know there is a certain rhythm to the school year. September, with all the promise of a new year, is a special time. The Faculty of Engineering welcomes you to this exciting new chapter in your academic careers.
As the next generation of engineers, you will have a profound impact on society. The Faculty of Engineering provides you with a set of skills that enables you to use your creativity and imagination to meet challenges and solve problems.
The faculty and university offer invaluable services to help you excel in your studies. You have access to services like the Math and Applied Sciences Centre, and the Engineering Employment Centre, that will give you a distinct advantage in academics and in building your career.
The opportunities available to you during your university years will not come around often—a how many chances will you have in life to launch a rocket in Norway?
We encourage you to take full advantage of the many extra-curricular activities available to you.
Read through the list below to find a group that piques your interest!
Engineering Students’ Society
Want to get involved with student governance and leadership on a large scale? The Engineering Students’ Society represents the needs of all students enrolled in the Faculty.
Engineering Outreach Groups
If you are passionate about Engineering, Science, and Technology and want to share that passion with others, there are opportunities to help with outreach within the Faculty.
You also have the opportunity to get involved with student governance and leadership by joining your discipline club.
- Chemical Engineering Students' Society
- Civil Engineering Students' Society
- Computer Engineering Club
- Electrical Engineering Club
- Engineering Physics Club
- First Year Club
- Materials Engineering Students' Society
- Mechanical Engineering Club
- Mining Engineering Students' Society
- Petroleum Engineering Students' Society
Engineering Student Projects
Our extra-curricular design projects offer you the opportunity to practice hands on design and gain project management and leadership skills at the same time.
Engineering Technical Societies
You can join Engineering Technical Societies as a student member.
- Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society
- IEEE Student Chapter
- SPIE Student Chapter