Industry Advisory Committees

The School of Engineering has extensive links with industry through their Industry Advisory Committees (IAC).

The School of Engineering has extensive links with industry through their IAC's.

Each Committee considers and advises the University on matters associated with the development, delivery and assessment of higher education programs. Membership of these Committees includes practising engineers or external members drawn from a diverse industry base and institutions.

Their involvement ensures that the program remains relevant to graduates, and to the needs of employers, by providing feedback on the currency of the programs and the changing needs of industry. They also contribute significantly through input into the design of new programs.

The School of Engineering has the following IAC’s in Melbourne:

  • Aerospace Engineering and Aviation
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil and Infrastructure
  • Electrical Engineering and Electronic and Telecommunications
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Manufacturing, Material and Mechatronics and Mechanical and Automotive
  • Advanced Manufacturing Precinct 
  • Sir Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Research Centre

 

The School also has a number of IAC’s internationally to assist with the development, delivery and assessment of programs through our international partners, including"

  • Aviation (VTC- Hong Kong)
  • Aviation (SIM-Singapore)
  • Civil and Infrastructure (VTC – Hong Kong)
  • Electrical Engineering (VTC – Hong Kong)
  • Mechanical Engineering (VTC – Hong Kong)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Kaplan - Singapore)

Contact us

For further information
Industry Engagement team
School of Engineering
Email: engineering.industry@rmit.edu.au

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