Engineers are problem-solvers: they devise processes and create products that change lives and make a real difference to society. While mathematics and science play an important role in the world of engineering, the ability to analyse a problem and come up with a practical and cost-effective solution is fundamental to the success of an engineer. The Cambridge Engineering course is unique. When you graduate, you’ll be equipped to be flexible across the range of engineering disciplines. You will have learnt the skills necessary for effective team leadership, and be able to apply new technologies in novel situations. In other words, you’ll have the skills needed to master technical and managerial demands throughout your professional career.
The Gonville & Caius Engineering Challenge 2020 aims to introduce students to the problem-solving skills required of an engineer.
Full details of the 2020 challenge are available here:
Find out more general information about our prizes and challenges, including rules and details of prize money here.