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Open house for prospective engineering students

UPEI School of Sustainable Design Engineering Junior Clinic students Jordan Sampson, left, Brett McDermott, and Dylan MacIsaac with specialized equipment they designed for the oyster industry.
UPEI School of Sustainable Design Engineering Junior Clinic students Jordan Sampson, left, Brett McDermott, and Dylan MacIsaac with specialized equipment they designed for the oyster industry. - Submitted

The UPEI open house will run Nov. 17 from noon to 3 p.m.

CHARLOTTETOWN – The UPEI School of Sustainable Design Engineering is hosting an open house for prospective students and their parents.

It will provide an opportunity for high school students to explore a future-focused engineering degree that leads to a multitude of career opportunities.

The open house will be held on Nov. 17 from noon to 3 p.m. when faculty and staff will be showcasing UPEI’s unique program through presentations and tours of the facility.

Students will learn about sustainable design and how it is about solving real problems for real clients, broadening horizons with global experiences and connecting with the community and improving the environment.

Current student projects will be on display, and first-year students will be competing in the School of Sustainable Design Engineering concourse with the gravitational-powered cars they have created, designed, and built.

Admissions staff will be onsite to answer any application-related questions.

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