Our fortnightly email newsletter for current engineering and IT students will cover:
- Careers events
- Networking evenings
- Internship opportunities
- Exchange opportunities
- Scholarship opportunities
- Free breakfasts
- Expressions of interest for ambassador or mentor programs
- Student club events
Contribute to the newsletter
If you have an item that would be of interest to our students, submit it online.
Guidelines for newsletter item submission
The Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) Academic Support Office welcomes newsletter item submissions from University of Melbourne staff and student clubs.
All submissions must be relevant to students within the MSE cohort of graduate Engineering and IT students. It is acceptable to submit items relevant to a group within the MSE cohort. For example, information intended particularly for MIS and MIT students is acceptable, and will not be rejected because it is not relevant to the engineering students.
Submitted items deemed inappropriate by MSE will not be included. Inappropriate items include commercial advertising and promotions such as discounted textbooks, night club drink offers, student discounts and events aimed solely at undergraduate students. Decisions on what content is considered inappropriate are made at the discretion of MSE.
Appropriate items include:
- information sessions relevant to Engineering and/or IT students
- expos and events such as the Endeavour exhibition
- student club events that are open to MSE students
- scholarships offered through the University of Melbourne and/or the Melbourne School of Engineering
- networking opportunities
- internships (if the program has been approved by the university)
- exchange opportunities (if the program has been approved by the university)
- and various other items and events deemed relevant to the postgraduate Engineering and IT cohorts.
Advertising for employment should be directed to the Melbourne Careers Centre.
Advertising for accommodation should be directed to the Housing Online noticeboard.
Please be advised that the newsletter is intended to be concise. Edits may be made to accepted news items to keep the word count limited. The website provided with the link on the submission form should contain all the relevant information, and readers should expect to click through for more information on items that interest them.