Kaelan loved design, art and engineering through school, and found the Architecture course promised a good balance of these.
Bachelor of ICT students work with clients to build a real ICT system to support their business needs
Ocean Engineering Student investigates Tasmania’s Offshore Renewable Energy Capability through Blue Economy Honours Project.
For recent graduate Jessica Fallico, a new qualification in rail track engineering turned an interest into a career specialisation.
What’s really going on within Tasmania’s beautiful Blue Lakes?
Tasmanian Engineering Students Build an Electric Race Car for National Formula Society of Automotive Engineers competition.
Gemma Rushton took a 10 year gap and then decided to study in one of the world’s most incredible environments.
By combining her Environmental degree with her previous studies, Ashley will help reduce environmental destruction using a multipronged approach.
ARC Centre for Forest Value’s PhD candidates Travis Britton and Rose Brinkhoff recently presented their research virtually at the 105th Ecological Society of America conference.
Not a lab person? Explore a career in environmental planning, like Master of Planning student Bunfu Yu.
A scholarship helped Kirsty Foote achieve her study dreams, and says it’s easier than you think.
A degree at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) took Amber Tiller underwater, to China and straight into the workforce.
Many have made a start, but they must be more ambitious
Studying Architecture & Design allows Emily to combine her interests in the creative and pragmatic spaces, and to create things that have meaning in the community.
Studying at the Australian Maritime College, Curtis Graham was able to apply his passion for structural engineering to maritime environments.