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World Engineering Day announced the highly anticipated launch of World Engineering Day 24HRS LIVE. This was the first ever 24HRS LIVE broadcast of a Global UNESCO Day. This studio produced broadcast  followed World Engineering Day 2022 around the globe, to see how Engineer’s across the world were celebrating and  recognised for their great work.

Starting from Australia, ending in Costa Rica and featuring everything in between. Our program hit 8 major regions over 24 hours.

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT?

Our exciting 2022 Global Programme

GLOBAL EVENTS

Register your own World Engineering Day event, or discover an official event in your region.

HACKATHON

Learn more about our university-aligned official WED Hackathon, launched in 2022.

24 HRS LIVE

Replay the 24HRS LIVE Stream FREE from here. Our Homepage.

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World Engineering Day

for Sustainable Development

The World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development (WED) is an official International day proclaimed in 2019 by the United Nationals Educations, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). This was based on a proposal from the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO).

 

WED is an opportunity to celebrate engineering and the contribution of the world’s engineers for a better, sustainable world.

Across the globe

how people are celebrating

Global Events

Register your official event

STEP 1

DOWNLOAD OUR LOGOS

To include within your event communications

STEP 2

REGISTER YOUR EVENT

Add your event to the WED website for others to discover

Your event will then be listed on the global events portal, and promoted through our
World Engineering Day communications

World Engineering Day Hackathon Logo

The World Engineering Day Hackathon encourage engineering students to work in teams towards global real-world problems.

 

This competition is a fast-paced simulation of a real-world project. Teams are to work collaboratively on a problem to provide a set of deliverables within a short timeframe. Utilising their theoretical knowledge, students gain first-hand experience to develop their critical thinking, build new skill sets, push themselves out of their comfort zone and build lasting relationships.

 

The finalists of 2022 were announced here on the 14th February 

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