EngQuest

A fun, engaging and free STEM program for students.

What is EngQuest?

EngQuest is a free program for primary schools that provides students with a fun way to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). EngQuest was created by Engineers Australia as a hands-on experience that children can relate to and has reached over 100,000 students per year since 2014.

Engineers Australia is dedicated to bringing innovative STEM learning initiatives to children across Australia. Our goal is to inspire students to pursue science and engineering careers. When the collaborative, creative aspects of engineering are accessible to children they become motivated to delve deeper into STEM pathways.

With EngQuest, students use solution-driven thinking and skills to create and test engineering projects in teams. As an added bonus, the program has also been designed to use low-cost and recycled materials. A special certificate can be printed for students when projects are completed.

EngQuest is exciting, fun and free — register now!

Discover EngQuest

Register for free access and request your EngQuest education pack today!

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