Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get rewarded for your STEM study! We’ve rounded up a best-of-the-best list of Australian STEM scholarships for students, including opportunities for Indigenous students, women in STEM, regional students and TAFE students.
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When you’re young, it can be hard to get people to take you seriously. But what if you have a world-changing, super stellar idea that needs to come to life? Follow in the footsteps of some young entrepreneurs before you and get involved in these young entrepreneurship programs in STEM.
The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is designed to give students a broader understanding of the diverse study and career choices available in STEM. For 35 years, the NYSF has had over 11,500 students participate in the program.
Women in science and engineering are often hard to find. Murdoch University’s WISE Campaign Women in STEM day saw prominent women in science encouraging girls in STEM to become future female scientists and female engineers. Year 9 student Kamilla Pal reports on her experience with the WISE Campaign Women in STEM.
FIRST Robotics gets teams of students working together to solve challenges through building robots and competing in an international robotics competition.
This month in March events; attend a free Arduino and Internet of Things workshop in Officeworks, Melbourne; hear about how an artist and an engineer created a startup; or celebrate International Women’s Day!
Tempted to give O-Week a miss? It’s a vital introduction to the high-school/uni transition. Don’t be a dummy and miss out, here’s why you need to go!
Ever wanted to test your skills in game development, coding, design or creativity? This year’s Global Game Jam in being held at the University of Wollongong from the 26th to 28th of January, and you’re invited to take part!
You’ve chosen a degree, but choosing a club to join can be even harder. Not sure where to start? We know just which cool, creative or fun club is for you.
Here’s how to master the extra-curricular juggle in university, and put extra skills on your resume. It’s the advice you’ll wish you knew earlier.
Learning to code opens many doors to all different careers. The Hour of Code is a time to play games and learn code with your class, school or community.
Meet the stars of Code Breakers: Women in Games – the women defining the new face of the gaming industry and breaking down boys’ club stereotypes.