United Kingdom Chapter

Supporting our members who work and live in the United Kingdom.

About Engineers Australia's United Kingdom Chapter

The UK Chapter aims to provide support, advice and a social network so that members of Engineers Australia can make the most of their engineering experience in the United Kingdom.

The Chapter holds a number of technical and social events throughout the year which are becoming increasingly popular and well-attended.

Along with tours and chartered seminars, the highlight of the calendar is the annual Christmas soiree held in conjunction with the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) at the Australian and New Zealand High Commissions in London.

The Chapter is run by a committee of dedicated volunteers and always welcomes new members.

View our upcoming events here

Committee

President Benjamin Ting
Vice President Nicola Telcik
Secretary Jan Tran
Treasurer Robert Vozila
Assistant Treasurer Bryn Smith
Auditor Tom Hill
Past President Elizabeth Harrision
Committee Members James Bunn
  Drew Woodbridge
  Luke Cummins
  Sathya Nakka
  Stuart March
  Clinton McHenry
  Tristan Coates

Contact

Email: uk@engineersaustralia.org.au
Events: [email protected]

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