Master of Engineering (Chemical) student, Shohini Shome, originally from India, has been making the most of the industry opportunities offered at Melbourne, both via her course and through her own extracurricular activities.
Articles written by: Greta Harrison
The Age has compiled a feature article listing Melbourne’s leading science and technology innovations. At the top of the list is the Bionic Eye; in particular, the University of Melbourne materials researchers who are researching the use of diamonds to house the microchip inside the bionic eye.
Engineering and IT students at Melbourne benefit from a range of Industry Based Learning and internship initiatives, allowing students to get a foot in the door with leading industry employers.
If you’re thinking about graduate study in IT, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading institution for Engineering and Technology. Both our Master of Information Technology and Master of Information Systems offer the advanced industry-relevant knowledge and industry based learning opportunities, offering you the skills and experience that top employers are looking for.
Engineering PhD student Kerry Halupka has always been passionate about vision, ever since her mother was diagnosed with a very rare eye condition. She talks about her work on the Bionic Eye in a podcast interview from Bionic Vision Australia.