NOTE: In light of COVID-19, we have adapted this programme so it can be delivered online, without compromising on the quality of engineering input and expertise.

As the UK’s national academy for engineering and technology, the Royal Academy of Engineering brings together the most talented and successful engineers, finest systems thinkers and outstanding talent in technology for the benefit of society.

Each year, the Academy selects exceptional policymakers to become Policy Fellows. This intensive development programme builds stronger connections between policymakers and the technical community in support of better evidence-based policymaking.

We welcome applications from policymakers with a variety of insights, expertise and backgrounds from across the policy community.

 

The National Engineering Policy Centre connects policy makers with critical engineering expertise to inform and respond to policy issues of national importance, giving policymakers a route to advice from across the whole profession, and the profession a unified voice on shared challenges.  

The Centre is an ambitious partnership, led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, between 39 different UK engineering organisations representing 450,000 engineers.  

Our ambition is that the National Engineering Policy Centre will be a trusted partner for policy makers, enabling them to access excellent engineering expertise, for social and economic benefit. 

The National Engineering Policy Centre held its second plenary at the Academy in July; for photos of this event, click below.

 

The National Engineering Policy Centre connects policy makers with critical engineering expertise to inform and respond to policy issues of national importance, giving policymakers a route to advice from across the whole profession, and the profession a unified voice on shared challenges.  

The Centre is an ambitious partnership, led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, between 39 different UK engineering organisations representing 450,000 engineers.  

Our ambition is that the National Engineering Policy Centre will be a trusted partner for policy makers, enabling them to access excellent engineering expertise, for social and economic benefit. 

The National Engineering Policy Centre held its second plenary at the Academy in July; for photos of this event, click below.

Gallery: National Engineering Policy Centre July plenary


Enquiries 

Marine Shah, Senior Manager Policy Centre

Media: Victoria Runcie, Communications Manager


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