The Boeing Company, in association with Flightglobal, is proud to sponsor the Engineering Student of the Year Award, which recognises the outstanding talent of tomorrow – both at graduate and undergraduate level
Now in its eighth year, the award will be presented at the Flightglobal Achievement Awards at the Paris air show on 18 June
The Boeing Engineering Student of the Year Award is the world’s leading competition to recognise students whose work shows the greatest promise, aptitude and dedication in the field of aeronautical or space technology.
As well as the overall postgraduate award, a special prize will be given to the best undergraduate submission, giving global recognition to those working on their first degree.
The competition is open to any engineering student currently enrolled in a programme leading to a recognised academic degree such as BSc, MSc or PhD. Previous winners come from a variety of backgrounds and specialisations.
The 2012 winner was PhD student Jianying Tracy Ji.
Entries MUST include:
- 500-word summary
- Curriculum vitae
- Supporting material*
- A portrait photograph of yourself
*Including but not limited to new patents or documented applications that have been adopted by industry, or published papers or research that have won recognition from academic, professional or industrial associations.
Could you be the 2013 Engineering student of the year?
Students can nominate themselves or be nominated by their professors, so enter now, or find out more about what previous winners are doing now.
The deadline for nominations has been extended to 3 May.
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