Student engineers

Engineers Australia enriches your academic journey with communities, events and exclusive membership benefits.

As proponents of a better future for both Australia and engineers of all types, Engineers Australia supports your scholastic efforts through a variety of programs and membership benefits. We accredit engineering courses for tertiary institutions along with recognising TAFE/VET qualifications for membership and provide additional life-long training through Engineering Education Australia.

We understand that lecture halls and school labs are only components of your education — we seek to complement these with real world experience and participation in special interest groups, technical societies and special events.

Engineers Australia is committed to both education and those being educated. As a prospective engineer, you hold the potential to create change in your industry, country and the world. Start your future now with Engineers Australia.

Frontier

Frontier is a community for student and graduate members of Engineers Australia designed to support you on your journey to where you want to be. You can access a range of resources and benefits created to provide tailored support, guidance and advice on all things relating to university, graduating, getting a job and finding your professional feet.

Please visit the Frontier website for more information.

 

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