"I wanted to congratulate you on the depth and breadth of your QSEA program. My child had a blast and was very impressed by the diversity of activities, and is very excited to come back next year." - QSEA parent
The Queen’s Summer Engineering Academy is an engineering-focused summer program that exposes students to engineering design and various engineering disciplines. The students participate in hands-on experiences within the various classroom and research/lab facilities on campus while using thought provoking engineering projects to inform and engage students. The 2020 QSEA program is being offered for six different weeks in July and August and has course options for senior students (currently in Grades 9-11), intermediate students (currently in Grades 7-8), and junior students (currently in Grades 4-6).
For young people with a passion for engineering, attending the Connections sessions has the same gravity as, say, a child who loves basketball attending a week of practices with the Raptors. The setting, the staffing, the resources, the approach—it’s all the real deal, within one of the country’s foremost academic institutions. No punches are pulled, with attention to chemical, civil, electrical and computing, geological, mechanical engineering, and others. It’s not for everyone, to be sure, but, again, for the right child, it’s as exceptional as it is unique. Day and overnight options allow for a wider range of engagement, but the immersive overnight programs are a particular draw. Participants interact with peers of a like mind and academic ability, as well as academics and professionals in the field, all which can be both transformational and inspiring.
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