School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering

Community and high school students



For further information on our community activities contact the Faculty’s Marketing and Communications team.

Campus visits and hands-on activities

If you have a group of students who would like more than a short presentation, why not book in for a visit to the University campus?

We can tailor a program to suit your group, including hands-on activities in a range of areas including environmental engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, mining engineering, computer science and maths.

Please note that such visits are subject to availability and time slots often fill quickly.

Contact us for more information.

'Becoming an Engineer with UWA' info sessions

In the lead up to the university application deadline, we run regular information sessions where you can find out everything you need to know to become an engineer with UWA.

Whether you're coming to the end of your time at high school and are considering your university study options, or you already have an undergraduate degree and are looking to re-skill or complete postgraduate study, our 'Becoming an Engineer with UWA' information sessions will provide you with all of the info you need to achieve an engineering career.

Visit the 'Becoming an Engineer with UWA' website for further information.

Volunteer work experience

Through our unique partnership with the Dreamfit Foundation, engineering students can volunteer their time to work on Dreamfit’s innovative projects and receive course credit for their project work.


The Mechanical Engineering Consultancy Service provides engineering consulting and contract research services to industry and the broader community.

We also provide specialist equipment and laboratory hire to qualified industry personnel.


For information about upcoming alumni events and opportunities to reconnect with the School, please visit the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Alumni webpage


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Friday, 23 November, 2012 9:16 AM