EWB works in partnership with developing communities in Timor Leste, Cambodia and Vietnam, assisting them to gain access to the knowledge, resources and appropriate technologies they need to improve their livelihoods.
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.
These are two week immersive ‘in country’ summits aimed at engineering and design students, providing a development education experience to learn about engineering, design and humanitarian projects.
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.
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.
Our summer scholars program and summer schools offer a great opportunity to meet like-minded students and world-leading researchers while working on real research projects for an eight week period.
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.
Spend a semester at one of seven leading universities. Students receive an allowance of AUD $10,000 for one semester, and receive membership to the Westpac Scholars Alumni program.
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