School of Chemical Engineering Peer Support Program

About the program

This program is aimed to support commencing students within the School of Chemical Engineering and to provide the following:

  • Orientate students to the university
  • Connect with their peers and to respective undergraduate societies
  • Familiarise new students with research within the school, to assist them with developing an interest area for their thesis
  • Assist students with developing networking skills, and show diverse career pathways and opportunities

There are weekly activities for peer groups to complete, and the groups that accumulate the most points throughout will be awarded a prize. There will be events throughout to socialise with peers, connect with industry, and explore research within the school. Events include, Week 1 - BBQ, Week 5 - Camp, Week 7 - BBQ, Week 8 - Research Dinner, Other - Alumni Trivia Night, Cruise, Getting Started with Networking.

When does the program run?

Term 1

Week 1 to Week 10 of term.

New student (mentee) registrations

This program is for all commencing undergraduate students studying any of the following: Chemical Engineering, Chemical Product Engineering, Flexible First Year Engineering, or Food Science.

T1 2021 registrations are now closed. Connect to the society to find out about other ways you can get involved this term.

Mentor applications

Students in 2nd year studying any undergraduate degree that includes: Chemical Engineering, Chemical Product Engineering or Food Science

Term 1 2021 mentor applications are now closed.

More information

Adrian Mok, Program Coordinator and President of EdSoc

Email: [email protected]


On campus: Common Room, Mezzanine Level Chemical Sciences (F10)

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