Alumni - Society of Oxford University Engineers (SOUE)
The Society of Oxford University Engineers was formed in 1988 to enable past members of the Department of Engineering Science to keep in touch both with engineering at Oxford, and with one another. Membership is open to all graduates of the Department (including those with postgraduate degrees) and academic staff; students may join as associate members, becoming life members on graduation.
The Society has one main meeting per year, generally in September, which combines the Annual General Meeting with the Jenkin Lecture, usually given by a member of the Society, and a meal (a formal dinner at one of the colleges, lunch after a morning lecture, or both).
Members are also invited to the Open Day which the Department holds every May or June on the occasion of the Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture, the Department's annual public lecture.
Students - Oxford University Engineering Society (OUEngSoc)
Oxford University Engineering Society is one of the largest academic societies in Oxford. Its mailing list reaches out to the entire body of Engineering undergraduates, including students of Engineering Science and Engineering, Economics and Management. In addition, OU EngSoc also has a wide audience of non-engineers with a keen interest in technology.
OU EngSoc aims to promote the interest in engineering in Oxford. Each term they organise speaker events, trips and other activities related to all engineering fields.
Oxford Biomedical Engineering Society (OBMES)
The Oxford Biomedical Engineering Society (OBMES) is led by students, and associated with The University of Oxford. OBMES strives to become a valuable platform where engineering students, academics, and health care companies work together to improve effectiveness, and openly share knowledge of their respective scientific fields, to find solutions to today's most challenging engineering problems.
OBMES aims to do this by facilitating interactions, to generate more interest for this emerging field, notably by promoting its innovations. We look forward to building associations with bodies from clinical, industrial and academic environment, to further knowledge of clinical and industrial needs, and to gain insight on research and career opportunities.