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Menzies Foundation is looking for the next generation of leaders
News for Students / Student Opportunities

Menzies Foundation is looking for the next generation of leaders

The Menzies Foundation is looking for outstanding engineers who are shaping to become the next generation of leaders, offering the prestigious Menzies Scholarship to students undertaking postgraduate study overseas.

Standing in front of a F22 at 2015 Avalon Airshow
News / Student Blog

Student guest post: A summer internship at Frazer-Nash Consultancy

Student Ambassador and Master of Engineering (Electrical) student Zhiyuan Li has completed a summer internship at a leading international engineering consultancy. In this blog post, Zhiyuan shares some of his experiences working in a professional environment as an intern.

Student guest post: Why I chose the ‘with Business’ degree
Student Blog

Student guest post: Why I chose the ‘with Business’ degree

Student Ambassador Justin reveals shares what its like to study Chemical Engineering and Business at a Masters level.

Engineering children towards new technologies
News

Engineering children towards new technologies

Engaging school children in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) will start early at the University of Melbourne with over 300 primary school students visiting the Melbourne School of Engineering over two days.

Student guest post: Exchange in Beijing
Features / Student Blog

Student guest post: Exchange in Beijing

Student Ambassador and Master of Engineering (Biomedical) student Naomi Sutanto reflects on her Globex Summer Semester, a one-month exchange program to Peking University in Beijing, China.

Women in Science & Engineering: lecture and panel discussion with Professor Suzanne Cory
Events

Women in Science & Engineering: lecture and panel discussion with Professor Suzanne Cory

Professor Suzanne Cory will present her acclaimed ‘People for Science’ lecture, discussing the scientific “brain drain” in Australia and the lack of women at science’s highest levels.