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Our Engineering jobs of the future – an exciting outlook presentation is being held in Melbourne on November 30, 2017. Join us to listen to two passionate engineers with over 40 years industry experience between them. 

EIT's College Dean, Dr Steve Mackay, and the Head of the Academic Board, Professor Akhtar Kalam will give you some heartfelt advice on a changing world and a dynamic career in engineering and technology.

Date: 
Thursday November 30

We would like to welcome you to find out how you can study on-campus or online with us with our one-off Sundowner session, located at our new East Perth campus on November 23, 2017.

Have the opportunity to meet and mingle over finger food and drinks with the college Dean, Dr Steve Mackay, our Learning Support Officers; who's role is to support and mentor our students throughout their EIT learning journey, our Admissions and Compliance team plus some of our other friendly staff.

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