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Come to the Graduate Engineering Expo

expand your horizonsWed October 6, 6.00 – 7.30pm

Theatre A1, Level 1, Old Engineering (Building 173), Parkville Campus

Explore your options for graduate studies in engineering by coursework or research in 2011 at the Graduate Engineering Expo.

The Graduate Engineering Expo provides a great opportunity to:

• gather all the information you need to apply for a graduate course in engineering
• discuss the exciting career options a graduate degree in engineering can unlock
• discover scholarships and financial assistance on offer, including 56 new Master of Engineering scholarships and CSP opportunities for local applicants
• bring your academic transcripts and CV for in-depth advice
• submit an application on the night – international application fees will be waived.

If you’re a graduate with a foundation in maths or science and would like to become an accredited engineer, find out more about the new professional Master of Engineering in eleven specialisations. If you have a background in engineering, surveying or IT and want to enhance your specialisation, find out about our specialised Masters programs.

Our programs feature research experience, industry exposure, engineering design projects, and insights into technological innovation and entrepreneurship. Our teaching is informed by world-leading research, which focuses on engineering solutions to benefit our society in projects such as: development of a bionic eye implant, global water resource management, the hydrogen economy, carbon sequestration, nanotechnology based drug delivery systems and next generation internet technologies, to name a few.

Talk to us at the Graduate Engineering Expo from 6.00 – 7.30pm on Wednesday October 6, Level 1, Theatre A1, Old Engineering (Building 173), the University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus (enter via Gate 10, Grattan St).

You can register your attendance by visiting the Graduate Engineering Expo web site.

Queries about engineering graduate options can also be made online.

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