The decision to study a STEM discipline can give you the skills to pursue a career in countless professions and specialist areas from science to engineering, medicine to information technology, design and beyond. Highly transferable, STEM skills are consistently proven to increase graduate employability in today’s rapidly evolving job landscape.

Fulfil your curiosity as you learn why and how the world works. Choose an area of study that interests you and learn from leading academics and researchers in your field. Why not explore molecular biology, electricity or artificial intelligence? Find out about STEM at the University of Melbourne and sign up to receive STEM news and events all leading to make a positive impact around the globe.

Episode 1: Where Can STEM Take Me?

In this episode, we talk to Frances Separovic, from a poor migrant family, who dropped out of uni for a while, but retained her curiosity and keenness to learn, and is now a professor of a chemistry department. We also talk to software engineering student Yu Ting Lin and her fascinating skin pigment research.


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