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Room 123, Melchor Hall, University of the Philippines - Diliman,
Quezon City 1101 Philippines

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Our Major Events

UP Engineering Student Council is geared towards providing quality services, spearheading relevant campaigns and projects, and organizing top-caliber events for the whole College of Engineering.


Opening Week


Engineering Innovations Congress

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Engineering Week

The Engineering Opening Week is a celebration that aims to welcome the entire college, most especially the freshmen, to another academic year. It features different activities not only for the students but also for faculty and administration staff to kickstart the year. The Opening Week also provides avenues for the different Engineering organizations to reach out to the students through the Organization Fair. The highly-anticipated Engineering Sportsfest is a part of this major event as well.

The Engineering Innovations Congress is an event that aims to foster a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation among engineering students. It is composed of a series of talks and an expo that is geared towards promoting engineering solutions to current national and global problems. It instills in each engineering student the realization that as engineers for the nation, we can be part of the solution.

The Engineering Week is one of the major highlights of the college. It aims to foster healthy competition and camaraderie among the Engineering organizations through games, day events, and night events. The Engineering faculty and administration is also part of this celebration through the Tanghalan, a showcase of talents of the personnel of the college. Advocating for gender equality, the Miss Engineering pageant has always become the most anticipated subevent of the week.


Mental Health Project

The Mental Health Project recognizes the pressing concern of mental health not only in the college but in the country. The ESC supports the passing of the Philippine Mental Health Bill. This project aims to inform the whole Engineering community of the importance of mental well-being through seminars, workshops, focused group discussions, videos, and publicity materials. In partnership with other organizations and Mental Health advocates, it seeks to equip the college with the proper understanding, knowledge, and skills for improved mental well-being.