Engineering is a career for problem solvers. It’s a wide and diverse field that touches every part of human life. The vehicles we drive, the electronic devices we use, the buildings we work in and the medicines we take are all products of engineering.
This means anyone with interests in virtually any area can be attracted to and enjoy engineering and it’s never too early to introduce engineering to young people. Young children can develop an interest in and appreciation for engineering with toys such as Lego, Meccano or even Play Doh.
We’ve put together some resources for school-age students and teachers to help you foster interest in budding engineers of any age.
Resources for teachers, school students and parents
Teachers can use the links here to access programs and resources to help engage your students with engineering.
Visit our publication library to find our STEM toolkits for primary and high school students. Download free presentations, posters, brochures and preparation materials to help young people to explore engineering and a career in STEM.
Tertiary students and institutions
Students currently studying engineering can benefit from a range of resources and information to help their studies and future job prospects. We’ve put together some useful links below that you can use now and to help you look for that first job.
Accreditation for tertiary institutions
Visit the accreditation page to learn how engineering courses are accredited and to see a list of currently accredited courses.
Each year Engineers Australia recognises outstanding engineering students who will contribute to the future of the profession. The Institute Graduate and College National Graduate Awards are awarded annually to graduating student engineers who are nominated by their tertiary institution. Learn more about our tertiary awards and how to nominate students.