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From tiny electronics to gigantic structures, we're having an impact. Explore our engineering departments at Clayton and Malaysia to see what we can offer you.
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"I was assigned to help design and develop an aircraft launcher."
"By imaging the breathing lungs, it is possible to see what is really important, which is how they work, not what they look like."
"Engineering also allows students to be exposed to a wide range of knowledge and information from people working in various fields."
"The costs involved with the oil industry are enormous and therefore limiting downtime is essential to executing a smooth job"
"An engineering degree gives students the chance to think outside the square and develop skills used in a range of fields."
Ben chose a challenging, unique and adventurous career alternative with Teach for Australia
"I enjoy being able to see projects that I have developed being constructed into assets, creating value, and achieving their designed performance outcomes."
"Sarah has managed to fit in winning world fishing records, having a baby and an immense amount of travel during the last decade."
"I really wanted to give something back to Monash Engineering."
"Nothing gives me greater joy and drive than having the “first” of a certain system or design."
Whilst at Monash he was an active member of the Monash Aerospace Club, being elected to President in his final year.
"All our friends are still the friends we made during university, and learning how to think like an engineer is absolutely why we have both managed to reach our modicum of success so far."
George commenced his degree as a mature student having travelled extensively and pursued other interests before taking up full time study.
"Definitely the biggest highlight has been seeing these creatures that I’ve had so much time and effort invested in finally coming online and brought to life!"
"I now have a network of friends in the workforce letting me know what companies/industries are like, where jobs are available and even what to do at job interviews."
"The detachments over the last two years have taken me on the HMAS Sydney where we travelled from Hawaii to Brisbane and to Bundaberg in Queensland for Anti Submarine Warfare."
"I am posted to a unit whose task is to provide engineering and logistics support to Australia’s fleet of F/A-18 Hornet multi-role fighters."
"I hope that through car design I can genuinely contribute towards improving people’s lives by provoking positive feelings through design and conserving resources through efficiency."