For further information on our community activities contact the Faculty’s Marketing and Communications team.
Our Faculty and School organise activities for high school students.
We offer an Outreach program tailored towards high school students, allowing them to experience University life and learn about new technology and advances in the information technology area. At the cutting edge of Computer Science and Software Engineering, our researchers and postgraduate students will be able to introduce the myriad of applications and industries our area of expertise is relevant to.
Programs are varied and allow for campus visits and hands on activities, such as our Awesome Animations and Animatronics Program. Presentations can be tailored to suit your needs, and we can accommodate groups of up to 40 students for either one-hour or two-hour visits.
Or, if you can not come to us, we can come to you on one of our school visits.
The Virtual Universe Project is focused on mapping the campus into a virtual environment, allowing it to be experienced from anywhere by anybody within any medium. The project so far has been working in the mediums of Google Earth, VRML and Second Life.
For information about upcoming alumni events and opportunities to reconnect with the School, please visit the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Alumni webpage.