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Engineering and Information Technologies Year 11 & 12 Information Evening

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Sydney Nanoscience Hub (SNH)

Physics Road

Messel Lecture Theatre 4002

Camperdown, NSW 2006

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Interested in finding out where a degree in engineering, advanced computing or project management can lead you?

Do you have questions about entry requirements, fees or double degrees?

Do you want to know more about the scholarships on offer at the University of Sydney?


Join us for the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies’ Year 11 and 12 Information Evening on Tuesday 29 May to find out everything you need to know about studying engineering, advanced computing, technology or project management at Sydney University.

The Deans, Heads of School, current students and the co-founder of Grok Learning, Dr Nicky Ringland, will be on-hand to answer your questions about the unparalleled choice and flexibility of our degrees, and why Sydney University is one of the top three universities in Australia for Engineering and technology*, and number one in Australia for graduate employability**

You will also find out important information about scholarship opportunities and get some tips on how to prepare a standout scholarship application from Professor David Lowe, Deputy Dean (Education).

This event is suitable for parents, students and teachers.

Refreshments will be provided at the networking session.

We look forward to welcoming you on the night!


Dr Nicky Ringland bio:

Nicky Ringland is a Computing Education Specialist at the Australian Computing Academy, University of Sydney. She has a PhD in Computer Science (Computational Linguistics) from the University of Sydney, and a background in languages and linguistics. While completing her PhD she became active in Computer Science outreach, helping run the National Computer Science School, the Girls' Programming Network, and various teacher training workshops.

She was named a Superstar of STEM by Science and Technology Australia, is recipient of the Google Women Techmakers Scholarship, the International Society of Technology Educators 'Making IT Happen' award, the Tempe Mann Travelling Scholarship and winner of the Warren Centre 30 under 30 competition.

* QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2016–17
**QS GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY RANKINGS 2018
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Messel Lecture Theatre 4002

Camperdown, NSW 2006

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