The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 78 (2000) > Issues > Issue 17 > Engineering Education in the 21st Century
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Engineering Education in the 21st Century

It is now 7 years since the conference on ‘Innovation and change in civil engineering education’ took place at Queen’s University, Belfast. Pressures already apparent at that time have intensified, but it is not so easy to see how teaching has adapted to those pressures, or to see what the impact of the 1993 conference has been, in practice. Howard Allen

Author(s): Allen, H

Keywords: education;engineers;training;skills;universities;mathematics;degrees;graduates;research;software;information technology