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Have you come to our Student Information Expo yet? We're still here until 3pm today - come over and find out about all the amazing engineering student projects you can get involved in when studying at Monash. You'll find us in the Engineering building, 14 Alliance Lane, Clayton campus. Lots of friendly people here to chat!
Tech problem solvers, join this year's Global Legal Hackathon hosted by our friends in Monash Law. Come up with new technical solutions to improve people's access to law and justice, with the chance to compete in the global finals in New York City this May.
Mentors are also welcome to join in and provide their professional expertise to teams.
Sign up here - http://ow.ly/hKXd30nm8c3 #GLH2019
Find out everything you need to know about our Masters of Advanced Engineering at the Graduate Study Expo.
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