Add your experience to EPC’s fun snap survey ahead of our New models showcase in June

With the­ event in the engineering academic calendar fewer than three weeks away, we are keen to gauge the network’s temperature around New models, this year’s EAN Congress theme.

The EPC invites you to respond to a 60-second snap survey in collaboration with Rochester PR on behalf of NMITE to help us promote the event in the media and locality. The survey will be open until Wednesday 31st May only.

A prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher will be awarded after the closing date as a thank you for completing the survey; the prize draw will be managed by the EPC Executive and your email will not be shared with Rochester PR.

If you haven’t yet taken a look at the outstanding line-up for EAN Congress 2023: New Models at NMITE from 12th to 14th June, there is still time to book your space. With a top notch speaker programme, we will be exploring some of the disruptive challenges and innovative approaches in Engineering higher education relating to everything from student pathways into, through and beyond Engineering degrees to how we support our staff to support them. There will be many opportunities to learn from and network with colleagues. Don’t miss out!

EAN Congress 2023 snap survey




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