Alternatively, you can pick up physical application forms at the College of Engineering office reception (John Britten – Ground floor).
Any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at the College of Engineering office.
ENG ME! is our student-led, College-enabled peer mentoring programme.
All Engineering Intermediate students and 1st year Product Design students are assigned to a peer mentoring group led by an ENG ME! Mentor who is a current Professional Year College of Engineering student who has “been there and done that” successfully. These groups will meet weekly for the first 10 weeks of Semester 1.
ENG ME! Mentors provide group mentoring to Engineering Intermediate students and 1st Year Product Design students in their first year of study at UC offering direction, encouragement, motivation and friendship through weekly contact for the first 10 teaching weeks of Semester 1.
Mentors can choose to run any of their weekly mentoring sessions as study groups and that is where our ENG ME! Tutors step in to help.
Mentors are able to invite ENG ME! Tutors and Academic Staff to attend sessions and answer student (mentees) questions. No preparation is required for ENG ME! Tutors, just a knowledge of the first year College of Engineering courses and an ability to explain concepts or answer questions.
How did your study go last semester? Could you have benefitted from managing your time better or being more organised? Have you downloaded UCGo yet? It might be the study buddy you need to help you succeed during Semester 2.
UCGo makes planning your study and student life easier by bringing together a number of tools you use every day. Through UCGo you can access LEARN, your @uclive email, the Library catalogue and RecCentre timetable. It is also your go to for information you might not use every day like where to find support services on campus and UC Security.
Fire and Emergency broke ground on 6 June on a new facility on Creyke Road, beside the UC Engineering precinct which includes the Fire Lab.
The Fire Station and Fire Engineering Educational Training Facility will be a welcome addition to students and staff who will benefit from the hands-on practical learning and knowledge sharing.
Master’s student Vivian Ye is specialising in fire engineering. She participated in two summer research projects funded by Fire and Emergency – in 2017 she worked on “understanding and improving fire ventilation tactics in New Zealand” and in 2018 she investigated “existing methodologies for estimating fire flow requirements both domestically and internationally”.
“The two research projects were financially supported by Fire and Emergency, which provided a great opportunity for me to contribute to on-going practical issues,” says Vivian.