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CEED Info Sessions on campus

Looking for an industry-based thesis / Masters project for Semester 2 2018; or in 2019?  
Come to an Info Session to find out about how CEED can help you!

QUT:  Thursday 10 May – 12.30-1.30pm (Info Session + Resume Tips + Q&A) -
          Venue: GP P Block, Room 
          Please RSVP by 9 May          

UQ:   Date TBC
 (pizza, then Info Session + Resume Tips + Q&A) –
          Venue: Bldg 49-313A (Industry Hub)
          Please RSVP by noon xxx (for pizza) -  

These information sessions are for the following students who are interested in gaining an industry-based project to complete in their final year/Masters:

·         Engineering – 2nd, 3rd & 4th year, double degree + coursework Masters students in: Mechanical, Aerospace/Avionics, Process, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering (incl Software, Computer Systems, Power, Telecommunications, Engineering Science, Environmental (NOTE: CEED projects = your final year thesis / Masters project topic);

·         Information Technology & Information Systems - 2nd & 3rd year + Masters level IT, Interaction Design, Multimedia, BPM/Corporate Systems Management, Computer Science students (NOTE: CEED projects = your final year / Masters project topic)

·         double degree Eng or IT / Science or Commerce or Business students (NOTE: usually double degree students do their Engineering thesis or final year IT project in their penultimate double degree year)


Domestic and International students are all welcome.  No minimum GPA for eligibility.

Come along and find out how you can gain an industry-based final year thesis (or Masters) project via CEED for Semester 2 2018, or in 2019.

All CEED students receive academic credit + a tax-free scholarship for their project. 

Over 80% of CEED students gain a Grade 6 or 7 for their project.

Q&A and resume tips included during the session.

CEED project advertising & recruitment timing:  CEED projects for Sem2 2018 are advertised via the CEED website from April to early July - new projects will continue to be added as projects come in from companies/government. 

A resume including (unofficial) your academic transcript and student number is required for all CEED applications (uploaded to your CEED account - either before or after you apply for a project).

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