The Cambridge University Engineers' Association (CUEA) was founded in December 1928 with the object of the advancement of the welfare and interests of the University of Cambridge. The association does this by:
The encouragement of closer relations between members past and present of the University Engineering Department, and by fostering the interests which they have in common.
Keeping members of the Association informed of events in the Department and of any questions which concern its welfare.
The Cambridge University Engineers' Association exists to provide a link between alumni and Cambridge University Engineering Department, and to maintain links between the Department and the engineering profession as a whole. All graduates of the Department are members of the Association.
Join alumni, students and academics for a series of visits, presentations and discussions to review the past and the present of Cambridge University Engineering, and consider the opportunities and challenges faced by the emerging generation of engineers.
The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Cambridge University Engineers' Association (CUEA) will take place at Cambridge University Engineering Department, Institute of Manufacturing, 17 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge, CB3 0FS, at 4.30pm on Friday 27 September.
The meeting will be followed by a reception with finger buffet and refreshments.