Explore the World of STEM at University of Nottingham Malaysia’s Virtual STEM Carnival 2022

Interested to know more about the STEM field? Join Nottingham’s Virtual STEM Carnival 2022 this 14 – 20 February 2022.

Updated 23 Jun 2022

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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics, otherwise collectively known as STEM, are key sectors of the future and it’s a field worth looking into. But if you’re still not sure about it, let University of Nottingham Malaysia persuade you.

Starting 14 February 2022, join Nottingham at their Virtual STEM Carnival 2022 and take a deep dive into the vibrant and exciting world of STEM. Join virtual talks, participate in competitions and more. What’s more, you can do it all online from the comfort of your own room.

Interested? Keep on reading to learn more.

When and where?

Date: 14 – 20 February 2022

Venue: It’s all happening virtually! Register here.

Why should you attend?

Nottingham's Virtual STEM Carnival 2022 is a great place for you to learn more about the futuristic field of STEM. This is your opportunity to:

  • Visit virtual booths and learn more about what the field is about
  • Join talk sessions and explore the various disciplines within the field straight from the researchers themselves
  • Tune in to the career panel session to learn more about career opportunities in the field
  • Participate in live interactive workshops and play games to acquire new knowledge and skills
  • Compete in exciting mini competitions to win attractive prizes

Are you ready to take a step into the future? There’s a lot more waiting for you at the Nottingham’s Virtual STEM Carnival 2022. So if you’re interested, make sure to register for the event now.

Read to dive into the exciting world of STEM? Register for the event here.

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    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

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