Master of Chemical Engineering
As a chemical engineering student, you will have access to a vast range of opportunities to network with industry, develop your professional skills and connect with a dynamic cohort of students from around the world.
Take part in our Case Competition, connecting with engineering students from other disciplines to work on a real-world problem. Competition winners are awarded a mentoring opportunity from an industry partners.
Take our Internship subject and intern for a petrochemicals, minerals processing, mining, chemical manufacturing, natural gas or environmental consulting organisation for 10–15 weeks.
Visit local companies operating in industries such as food, utilities, waste management and recycling, oil and gas and manufacturing.
Professional skills development
Participate in our Skills Towards Employment Program (STEP) and improve your communication, team work, project management and leadership skills.
Be personally mentored by successful alumni and industry mentors through our STEM Industry Mentoring program.
Engineering student clubs
Connect with likeminded students and network with industry through engineering student clubs, including:
- Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
- Melbourne University Chemical Engineering Student Society (MUCESS)
- Melbourne University Engineering Students’ Club (MUESC)
- Women in Science and Technology (WISE)
Connect with us from anywhere in the world:
Connect with other students in Australia and overseas with the Study Melbourne Hubs: bringing the Melbourne study experience to you.
You can access events and services with other students in Australia, China, Vietnam, Malaysia and virtually in India so no matter where you are in the world, you’ll be connected to the University of Melbourne and other students. Find out how you can make the most of studying online: explore the Study Melbourne Hubs.
My highlight was undertaking intriguing and challenging subjects taught by technical experts in relevant fields, such as waste treatment, food engineering, mining operations and materials properties and selection. My course taught me how to approach and solve ill-defined, real-world problems. In industry, this is something I work with every day.
Supply Graduate, Carlton & United Breweries
Master of Engineering (Chemical)
Bachelor of Science (Chemical Systems major)