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University life is more than studying hard and attending class. Getting involved in one (or more) of our clubs and societies is a great way to meet new friends with similar interests. They will also prepare you for the workforce by providing networking opportunities and allowing you to develop your leadership and communication skills. Whatever course you choose to study, you’re sure to find a club or society that interests you.
Below is just a selection of the clubs and societies you could join. For a full list visit the University of Sydney Union website.
Test your skills and abilities against your peers through a bit of friendly competition. Opportunities include:
Research by the Faculty of Engineering is multidisciplinary, collaborative and focused around today's big issues.
Our research themes include:
If you are interested in becoming a researcher or getting involved in another capacity, search our research opportunities on Research Supervisor Connect.
For graduate career opportunities in engineering, computer science and project management, visit the Faculty of Engineering's Prosple profile.
When you study chemical engineering, you'll join a field that uses specialist knowledge and problem-solving to create sustainable solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.
At the Faculty of Engineering, students are applying their engineering abilities and knowledge to advance technologies, gain real-world experience, and find creative and sustainable solutions to everyday challenges.
Studying electrical engineering at Sydney will provide you with the skills to power the world by designing, creating, developing and managing systems in areas such as computer systems, electronics, telecommunications and the Internet of Things.