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Discover more about Monash Engineering graduate courses

About the session

Hear about all our graduate coursework programs, including the Master of Advanced Engineering and our new Master of Professional Engineering. A current student will be on hand to answer your questions; find out how they juggle study with other commitments and take a sneak peek at our new facilities.

Date: 23 January 2020
Time: 4.30 - 5.00PM
Location: Monash Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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Presenter

Rohan, Master of Advanced Engineering Student

Rohan, a current Master of Advanced Engineering student, attributes his enhanced ability to think creatively to the unique assignments he's been given. He's also noticed a marked improvement in teamwork and time management; skills that are critical in the Engineering industry.

The flexibility to choose subjects he's interested in, that can be applied to his chosen field is one of the main reasons he chose Monash University. He also enjoys the many hands-on opportunities available to him and his fellow students, access to state-of-the-art facilities and world-class academics, and the network and connections he's made. Find out how Rohan manages his time and workload with other commitments at the Graduate Study Expo.

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