Discover Engineering at ANU

18 March
  • 12.50–1.15pm
Cinema, Cultural centre
Engineering & Computer Science
Professor Kylie Catchpole

In this session we will look at the many different applications of engineering, from new renewable energy technologies to help us get to net zero, to robotic drones that can measure biodiversity, to next generation communication technologies. We will see that engineering includes both exciting new technologies and the opportunity to contribute to global challenges. We will show how the ANU program:

  • Enables students to get strong grounding and then specialize in one of a range of areas. Students can major in renewable energy, aerospace, environmental, electronics and communication, or mechatronics.
  • Gets students immersed in projects throughout the program. Students can use this to explore interests or go deeper into a particular area.
  • Has options of the standard program (ATAR 85), as well as the R&D program (ATAR 98) for those students who want to work at the forefront of research.
  • Provides the opportunity to be involved in student project teams and clubs such as solar car, engineers without borders, rocketry, Fifty50, and Robogals.

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