Engfest is your chance to come on campus and see what the future of engineering looks like. Discover how our student engineers solve business and humanitarian problems. Hear from leading industry professionals. And see how the next generation of engineers will transform the world.
8 and 9 June 2021
Charles Sturt University, Bathurst campus
Welcome to EngFest 2021
Join us as we come together to officially open EngFest '21.
Tuesday 8 June – 1.30pm
Market day expo
Discover the projects Charles Sturt engineering cadets work on. First years will showcase their Engineering without Borders designs to solve humanitarian crises. Second years will present projects developed for real clients, while professional cadets will summarise their theses.
Tuesday 8 June – 2.00pm
Wednesday 9 June – 10.00am and 1.00pm
Celebrate our students
Join us to celebrate our most recent graduates, our second-year students as they take their first steps into industry placements, and the winner of the 2021 best research thesis award.
Tuesday 8 June – 4.00pm
Public lecture - Jane MacMaster, Chief Engineer of Engineers Australia
Hear from Jane MacMaster, Chief Engineer of Engineers Australia in this public lecture in partnership with Charles Sturt's Explorations Series: The critical importance of engineering in meeting our future challenges. Jane has a wealth of engineering experience gained in Australia and internationally, including senior systems and design engineer roles for BAE Systems Australia, and for various aerospace and defence programs including a supersonic ship self-defence system project for NATO.
Tuesday 8 June – 6.00pm
Join us for drinks and nibbles to network with peers and engage with our academics.
Tuesday 8 June – 5.00pm
During their second industry placement, cadet engineers identify a real-world problem and then devise an innovative, effective solution. They will present their projects and discuss the design process that informed them.
Wednesday 9 June – 10.00am
What's it like studying engineering at Charles Sturt?
Discover what sets Charles Sturt's engineering degrees apart. Find out about our unique Topic Tree approach to learning, our facilities in Bathurst, and how to apply.
Wednesday 9 June – 11.30pm
Our newest engineering degree has arrived
The new Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) is a standalone degree that allows you to construct an engineering qualification that works for you. Come along and find out exactly what sets this engineering degree apart from other unis.
Wednesday 9 June – 11.30am
Charles Sturt Bathurst, Engineering Building 1305
Charles Sturt University Bathurst Campus
Panorama Avenue Bathurst.
Parking at Engfest
P7 Carpark, Village Drive, Bathurst Campus.