Banbury and Bicester College to inspire next gen at roadshow

69572-BloodhoundSSC-front_dynamic-largeBanbury and Bicester College and the Bloodhound project are aiming to inspire the next generation of engineers.

The week long roadshow, between 20 and 25 April, at the college’s Bicester campus will give budding engineers the opportunity to take part in various science and engineering tasks, as the Bloodhound project hopes to drive interest in engineering ahead of its land speed record attempt in South Africa this autumn.

The college hopes to inspire school leavers to explore an education in engineering with them at their specialist motorsport engineering centre, with the college offering students courses for post-16s and foundation degrees in partnership with Oxford Brookes University.

For more details about the roadshow visit www.banbury-bicester.ac.uk/bloodhound.

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