ACSE student society

The Automatic Control and Systems Engineering (ACSE) Student Society provides opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate ACSE students to meet other ACSE students across all courses and years.

Photo of ACSE student society at the end of year Summer Ball 2022

The ACSE student society is a student run society to provide a fun and inclusive environment for ACSE students.

They organise social and sports events for ACSE students to get involved in and meet other students in the Department. They also run other learning opportunities and careers events outside of the formal curriculum. 

Hello, we are ACSE Society!

Our goal is to enhance the out of classroom experience for students within the Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering.

The professional growth of our fellow students is of great importance to us, which is why we strive to organize as many industrial visits and seminars as possible.

This year, we have had the opportunity to visit Siemens in Manchester, and Factory 2050 at the AMRC, as well as host seminars led by MathWorks and BAE Systems!

But it's not all work, as we also organize a healthy number of social get-togethers, including quiz nights, bar crawls, and a big end of year ball!

If you're a prospective student, or haven't yet got involved, then why not come along to our events and hang out with fellow control and robotics enthusiasts!

Photo of ACSE student David Wilkinson

David Wilkson (BEng Mechatronic and Robotic Engineering with a Year in Industry), ACSE Society President 2022 -2023

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