The upcoming 30th edition of the University of Malta’s annual Engineering Projects Exhibition will showcase the projects carried out by the undergraduate engineering students during the final year of their four year B.Eng.(Hons) degree programme and also by postgraduate engineering students of the Faculty of Engineering. Projects will be on display in the various laboratories at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malta Msida Campus, which will be open to the public on Friday 21 June from 18:00 to 22:00 and Saturday 22 June from 09:00 to 13:00.
The 90 exhibits on show this year will include a wide selection of topical areas related to the biomedical field, renewable energy, the environment, electronic products, robotics, transportation, manufacturing processes, new materials and surface treatments.
The Faculty offers tuition and supervision at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The undergraduate mechanical and electrical engineering programmes of studies are designed to enable students to grasp the engineering fundamentals while allowing them enough flexibility to direct their studies towards various different aspects of engineering. The degree programmes give graduates job flexibility and the ability to further their studies in diverse areas of engineering at postgraduate level.
Many past graduates have been enjoying excellent careers as well as postgraduate study opportunities in highly regarded companies and universities worldwide. The Faculty has been very active in research in the various disciplines of engineering, thereby responding to both the needs of the country, as well as the international science and engineering communities. Members of the Faculty have also attracted funding to upgrade their laboratory facilities in recent years and were highly successful in securing competitive research funds nationally and internationally.