The School of Engineering has a number of education opportunities and partnerships with community groups, not-for-profit and social enterprises working on Humanitarian Engineering.
Students have the opportunity to develop the research and professional skills required to bring ideas to life and have a positive impact on society. Students will work closely with industry professionals, technology experts, and entrepreneurs.
This is a formal student placement with an organisation for credit towards the Engineering degree. It has assessable tasks and supervision/mentoring at both ANU and the partner organisation, and is graded.
Engineer’s Australia require that undergraduate engineering degree students be exposed to industry practice. This is a requirement for graduation and accreditation, and involves 12 weeks of full-time work experience
Going on exchange can be a life changing experience. You can meet new people, discover new places, experience different cultures, learn more about international relations, and develop a well-rounded educational experience.
Peking University offers a special summer program (July) and has allocated places to ANU engineering students to participate, tuition free. This program attracts students from around the world and is a fantastic way to build networks.