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Development of young talent at the FHNW School of Engineering

We are committed to the development of young talents and offer numerous projects in the field of engineering and computer science.

Numerous studies and projects show that it is possible to sow an interest in technology and enthusiasm for an engineering degree early on among girls and boys. We are therefore committed to the development of young talent and offer numerous projects in the field of engineering and computer sciences.

Despite the continuous increase in the number of students at the FHNW School of Engineering, the low proportion of women in technical degree programmes and the general lack of specialised staff in engineering remain a major issue. Therefore, FHNW is committed to the development of young talent and invests a great deal of time and energy in working with children and teenagers.

Projects for children and young people with a passion for technology

At the FHNW Campus Brugg-Windisch, we offer a wide variety of projects, often in collaboration with local companies or national partner organisations. A large number of lecturers, employees and students work passionately in these projects.

Maker Studio

The Maker Studio helps to realise creative ideas in the field of technology and computer science.

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MINT-Sommercamp

Curious kids aged 8 to 12 immerse themselves in the world of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).

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First Lego ® League Challenge Robotik- Wettbewerb

FIRST LEGO ® League Challenge robotics competition for 9- to 16-year-olds who enjoy tinkering and solving tricky tasks.

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girls@science und boys@science

Science-loving kids aged 10 to 13 get a taste of research.

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Fascination Computer Science

Young people immerse themselves in exciting computer science projects.

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National Future Day

Swap the school desk for a workplace at the FHNW for a day.

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Contact

Christine Enggist
Christine Enggist Responsible for development of young talent
Telephone : +41 56 202 76 54 (direct)