IEEE Opening Doors – INDUSTRIAL VISIT

IEEE Opening Doors – INDUSTRIAL VISIT is a joint event by IEEE Student Branches  at Macquarie University, University of Wollongong, University of Sydney and University of New South Wales. The industrial visit will be held on May 15th aiming to bring universities’ students and industry together as a unique experience. To attend this event, please complete the regsitration form: https://forms.gle/u5mFMXbYnFta6QFN7

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MQ Women In Engineering Leadership Summit

IEEE Women in Engineering in collaboration with IEEE Macquarie University student branch is organizing a series of lectures on 15th April 2019 at the MUSE conference hall, 18 Wallys Walk, Macquarie University. The summit aims at nurturing leadership skills. It will also provide a platform for networking with the leaders from industry and academia.

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A melange of industry speakers and undergraduate students

The IEEE NSW Education Chapter in collaboration with IEEE Macquarie University Student branch is organizing a talk by industry professionals on 11th April, 2019. The speakers are expected to cover various topics such as effect of automation on jobs in Australia, skills to impress the interviewer and the importance of being an entrepreneur. Further details are in the flyer below. Venue : Level 8, Room 801 – 803,12 Wally’s Walk (Building E7A), Macquarie University

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Job before graduation?

Welcome to a talk by Paul Grainer, Learning and Development Team at Engineers Australia. The presentation will cover topics such as market briefing, job search, continuing professional development and registration in professional bodies.  

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First Joint Section Executive and Student Branch/Chapter Meeting – 22-02-2019

The members from the IEEE students branch attended the First Joint Section Executive and Student Branch/Chapter Meeting on 22-02-2019 hosted at UTS. The aim of the meeting was to allow everyone to get to know each other, learn about the IEEE and how you fit into the big picture and all the tools available to help you succeed. It is also about working together to improve our processes, events and available opportunities.  

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Engineering Welcome 2017

Macquarie University’s Department of Engineering is organising a get-together to welcome its new engineering students, on Tuesday, 28th February 2017 at 12:00pm at Building E8A (outdoor courtyard). Pizzas will be provided. Look out for the friendly IEEE Student Branch members there, and feel free to ask them about the benefits of joining the IEEE!  

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