Explore your interests in engineering, computing and project management at one of our many outreach activities. We also have resources for parents, teachers and career advisers to get students excited about a career in STEM.
Are you a high school student interested in engineering, computing, maths or science? Join an outreach activity to learn more about studying at the University of Sydney. You may receive a $2000 study abroad scholarship!
As you begin to build your knowledge of maths, science, computing and engineering during Years 9 and 10, why not advance your skills through our exciting high school outreach programs?
As you get closer to finishing high school and starting university, you can excel your engineering, programming and project management skills. Our high school outreach activities will place you at the head of the pack.
Zero Robotics is an international robotics programming competition offering high-school students the chance to control SPHERE robots in space.
If your teenager has a keen interest in mathematics and science or is curious about how things work, a degree in engineering, computing or project management at Sydney may be the perfect springboard to their future career.
If you’re a teacher with students interested in engineering, computing or project management, the Faculty of Engineering and IT has a range of outreach activities run here on campus or at your school.
The Australian Computing Academy provides primary and secondary educators with the intellectual, technical and practical leadership skills required to fulfil the ambitious goals of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.
130 high school students and teachers from across Australia took part in this year’s National Computer Science School (NCSS) Summer School.