Discover the Advanced Computing degree with over 100 cross-disciplinary majors that’ll equip you for your dream IT career, now and in the future.
A career in cybersecurity and cyber crime involves a determined and persistent approach to problem solving, says CBA cybersecurity analyst Daniel Sherratt.
By 2021, it’s estimated there will be 3.5 million roles to be filled in cybersecurity careers. Here’s why you should join the fight against cyber crime.
Paper planes, martial arts and cake make interesting new ways to approach science education! Check out the three science workshops Paper Pilots, Fight Like A Physicist and The Project Counter for your creative science inspiration.
Accepting a job offer can be tricky if you’re not sure about the position or if you’re juggling multiple offers, so check out our 8-step guide.
Returning to work after a career break can be challenging. Here’s how you can emphasise your new skills and reconnect with the STEM network.
Robots come in all shapes and sizes, from the humanoid types to beeping bots. We’ve rounded up a shortlist of MVP movie robot characters most like us.
Did you know you can combine the Robocup with your study to count towards a degree from UNSW? These students are making the most of their robotics tournaments, and increasing their employability while they do it!
Imagine getting to design and drive your own two-metre-tall, 50kg robot. For the high school students taking part in the FIRST® Australia robotics comp, the sky’s the limit!
Code careers aren’t just about tech anymore. You can create apps for animal conservation, or track sporting goals to improve the team. Discover all the unexpected code careers that bridge tech and your passion.
“I think people still expect surgeons to be gruff, old men.” says surgeon, Dr Nikki Stamp. Only 8.5% of Australia’s surgeons are female, so why are Australian women shying away from the profession?
A report from the Gonksi Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney released on Monday calculates that Australia could add more than $50B to its annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by improving educational outcomes for students in regional, rural and remote areas of the country.
We spoke to Scott Sleap, winner of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching 2018, to find out how he’s inspired Cessnock students to study STEM and prepare for the future of work in Cessnock, post mining boom.