Energy Engineering
in Scotland

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This program travels to Scotland’s powerhouse! Taking Aberdeen as the home base for this program, ESA arranges visits to reference sites for thermodynamics and energy engineering as well as other historical and cultural locations in Scotland such as Edinburgh Castle and the Battle of Bannockburn Experience in Glasgow. We combine classroom time with field outings so students can gain a broader and understanding of thermodynamics and its key historical characters.

Duration

2 weeks

Fields

Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering

Destinations

Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh (UK)

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Itinerary Overview

Week 1

Aberdeen - Glasgow

Arrival to Aberdeen

Welcome meal

JFD National Hyperbaric Centre 

Glasgow day trip: Hunterian Museum, Riverside Museum, Battle of Bannockburn Experience 

Weatherford Drill Center

Week 2

Aberdeen - Edinburgh

Overnight trip to Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle, James Watt and Corliss steam engine at the National Museum of Scotland

Birkhall engine at the Grampian Transport Museum 

Farewell meal

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