Whether you have a student group you’d like to bring on-campus, or you just want your students to experience what life at university is like, we offer a range of options for you and your students

Booking and cost:

Bookings are available from Monday to Friday of each week. Some workshops include a fee of $200 +GST to cover the cost of workshop materials. Schools with an ICSEA rating of less than 950 can request for a discounted rate of $50 (inc GST) per class. Check your school’s ICSEA rating.

To get in touch with the EAIT Outreach team, email us at outreach@eait.uq.edu.au.

Our workshops

Browse our range of engineering, architecture and ICT workshops below. Click on the link for more details and to register your class.

Computer Science

Using taught cipher methods students must crack the code to extract a hidden message.
Chemical Engineering

This fun interactive workshop will introduce you to the basics of chemical engineering concepts as well as test your decision making, teamwork and communication skills.
Information Technology

Unlock your creativity and be introduced to the concepts of Design Thinking. Then put this new knowledge to the test by designing your own wearable technology.
Engineering

Looking for a great exhibition piece for STEM week? Or perhaps a guest speaker spot for the classroom? Our UQ Racing team would love to come and talk all things engineering and design with your students. They can even bring along their race car!
Architecture

Using only gummy bears and skewers, you will work together to design and build the tallest and most structurally sound gummy bear tower.
Architecture

This creative workshop gives you a chance to imagine and design a space just for you.
Engineering

Students will become an engineer for the day and create an indoor air quality detection device to test the air quality of their classroom by programming Raspberry Pi’s.
Engineering

This workshop sheds light on the challenges faced by women in disadvantaged communities, particularly around maternal health. We explore how engineering can be used as a vehicle for addressing these issues in the context of Timor-Leste.
Engineering

This workshop explores the difficulties faced by women such as access to education, maternal health, gender-based violence and water and sanitation. Students investigate how engineering can be used to address the issue of limited maternal healthcare in the context of Timor-Leste.
Engineering

UQ Women in Engineering run an interactive presentation focussing on how diverse engineering really is, allowing students to think differently about the impact they can make on this world through engineering.
Engineering

This workshop looks at discovering new ways to generate power.
Engineering

Floating house workshop exposes students to a variety of issues related to construction and civil engineering.
Engineering

In this workshop you will assemble and test a 3D printed prosthetic hand.
Engineering

Prosthetic Leg exposes students to a variety of issues related to healthcare and medical engineering. It introduces students to the global issue of appropriate medical technologies such as prosthetic devices.
Engineering

Water for Life focuses on issues related to sanitation and the provision of water. It aims to educate students about the current global water crisis and how to reduce their own water usage.
Engineering

Students will work together in groups to design, construct and launch a solid fuel model rocket.
Information Technology

Gain hands-on experience of wiring and programming an Arduino or micro controller.
Information Technology

Take the first step to learning about electrical engineering, electronics and micro-controllers.
Information Technology

The Artificial Intelligence workshop is aimed at students with some experience in robotics.
Information Technology

This workshop introduces students to the exciting world of robotics by building and programming robots.