OUTSTANDING sixth formers may become the first batch of secondary school students to join the Engineering Student Summer Camp 1995. The camp is a pioneer move initiated by the Engineering School of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to familiarise Form Six students with engineering disciplines and to offer them a chance to share with faculty members their visions of the profession. The camp will feature orientation sessions, hands-on laboratory experiments, career talks by professional engineers, field trips to major engineering project sites, campus tours and recreational activities. HKUST will send out letters to headmasters of all local secondary schools to invite nominations of their top Form Six students to attend the camp. Those who are nominated will be required to write a short essay. The university will select 200 students for the camp based on the essays and their HKCEE results.