With an international reputation for excellence in teaching, UQ's School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering delivers several comprehensive study and research programs with successful graduate outcomes.
Postgraduate Coursework and Research
Information and resources for current undergraduate and postgraduate students:
The School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering participate in a range of events and activities for high school students, including:
The fund was established by the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering with the support of Emeritus Professor John Simmons in 2015. The fund is supported by the School’s alumni and friends and will be used to distribute small annual grants ($500 - $1500) to help undergraduates gain more from the extra -curricular activities that make university such a life -changing experience.
Click here for more details on the John Simmons Student Mobility Fund and how to apply.
The School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering (SoMME) offers a grant to undergraduate students who are involved in co-curricular activities, such as conferences, research, internships, volunteering and leadership programs, which are related to their studies in Engineering.
For further details on the types of activity supported, refer to the UQ Advantage Grant Guidelines.
Click here for more details on the SoMME Advantage Grant and how to apply.
The New Colombo Mobility Plan is a signature inivitative of the Australian Government which aims to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia by supportint Australian undergraduate students to study and undertake internships in the region. This project provides an opportunity for up to 15 undergraduate students to travel to Japan in mid-2017 for a two week stay in Japan. For further details, refer to the New Colombo Mobility Plan Guidelines.
Click here for more details and how to apply.