Events and tours

There’s a range of events held throughout the year for you to visit campus and experience Monash Engineering first-hand. Meet our lecturers, talk to current students, see our innovative facilities and explore the various fields of engineering. We're continuing to adapt our events in response to COVID-19 and event dates and formats may be subject to change.

Engineering campus tour

28 June, 2 and 8 July

If you would like to take a closer look at where you could be studying, register for a Clayton Campus tour on either the 12th or 16th of April and then come and visit us in engineering afterwards.

We will show you through some of our fantastic engineering facilities and student spaces, and answer all your questions about studying with us. Meet our students, see the Makerspace where our student teams get creative and visit our newest teaching space, the Woodside Building for Technology and Design, the largest Passive House project in the Southern Hemisphere.

The tours are free and booking is essential.

Register now


The Engineering graduate experience - Interactive panel and course information session

Online seminar
Tuesday 11 May 6pm

Join our engineering industry and engagement specialist, Theresa Scott, and a group of current students as they discuss what it's like to study an engineering master's degree and the many opportunities for personal and professional development.

Register now


Inside Monash: ENGINEER YOUR FUTURE

Online seminar
Thursday 13 May 6:30pm

Engineering is a diverse profession. At Monash, we offer you maximum choice and flexibility. Hear from academics, students and alumni about what it's like to study with us and where a career in engineering could take you.

Register for a seminar


Monash Engineering Girls (MEG)

Join MEG, our engagement program for girls. You will gain access to exclusive events and discover the possibilities a career in engineering can offer. The program is open to girls in Years 9 – 12.

Details about our 2021 program will be available soon.

Find out more about MEG