This year, 30 student members comprising of individuals and groups applications were successful.
Find out more about the QUEST Kenneth Watson Travel Award
Congratulations to the following winners:
- Louiza Azzi: Bali Construction in Ubud Village, Bali
- Jack Cleeves: Sachibondu Health Centre 2 in Mwinilunga, Zambia
- Peter Donald: Students for Malawi emPower Chisitu in Malawi
- Thomas Findlay: IAESTE Internship Road & Urban Development in Tehran, Iran
- Ema Hearty: Konzanso, a school build in Malawi
- Holly Nicholson: Glorious School Building project in Uganda
- Nathan Richmond : Environmental Protection in British Columbia, Canada
- Lewis Russell: Empower Chisitu in Malawi
- Mairi Shaw: Empower Chisitu in Malawi
- Emily Seabrook, Rebecca Pickering, Dominique Pitman and Zoe Henderson: ACE 2 ZAMBIA (A2Z) in Lusaka, Zambia
- Anna Kuncelman and Robert Shilton: Bridges to Prosperity in Panama
- Richard Saunders and Laura McFadzean: Catalyst Water & Sanitation in Bambouti, Cameroon
- Hamish McGregor Smith, Leire de Mariscal Perez, Jack McCarthy and Paloma Rebuelta Merino: The El Salvador Project in El Salvador
- Edrea Rumba Pan, Chloe Detanger, Jack Wilkinson, Fiona Walport and Xiao Xiao Ding: Red Project Borneo in Kota Marudu, Sabah, Malaysia
- Sayid Salim, Eva Bianchi, Johar Akhmiev and Thomas Keating Fedders: UCL Water Brigade in Nicaragua
Get funding and go places!
Travel is great for learning new things, widening horizons, and gives you opportunities for both professional and personal development. It's an exciting and necessary part of the job for many professional civil engineers who work on projects that cross borders, languages and cultures.
If you've considered, or already got plans for civil engineering related projects abroad in 2017 then you might be able to apply to QUEST for funding. Find out the criteria and how to apply.
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