Cambridge University Engineering Society (CUES)
The Cambridge University Engineering Society (CUES) is a student-run, University-wide society with over 1,000 active members and several thousand alumni. Founded in 1901, our mission is to provide opportunities for our members to explore the wider world of engineering, as well as connecting them with other students in Cambridge and beyond.
Membership in CUES costs £10 for one year or just £15 for life, entitling you to attend a wide-range of events, including: lunchtime presentations from leading tech companies, hands-on workshops, hackathons, alumni mentoring and mock interviews, as well as social events such as annual dinners, graden parties and international trips. You will also be eligible to apply for CUES grants to build projects and pursue engineering-related activities. Each year, CUES also organises the largest student-run careers fair at the University in Michaelmas term.
All CUES events are free, or heavily subsidised, thanks to our industry sponsors, including AECOM, Arm, Rolls-Royce, P&G and many mre. Members also have unlimited access to our digital magazine, "The Cambridge Engineer", along with weekly email bulletins about our events and relevant opportunities such as internships, graduate openings, awards, and scholarship programmes.
To join you will need to visit the CUES website where you can also find more information about the society.
COVID-19 notice: The safety and wellbing of our members are a top priority for CUES. We are committee to ensuring that all of our activities can continue in a safe format, in line with relevant university and government guidelines. For the upcoming 2020-21 year, we are ready to host most events virtually and are working with partiners to make more resources availble on our new website and media platforms.
Last updated on 01/09/2020 09:21