Humanitarian Engineering Industrial Training

Get involved in Humanitarian Engineering while completing up to 30 days of your Industrial Training degree requirement.

Would you like to make an immediate impact on communities while also working towards completing your Industrial Training? You can complete a Non-Traditional Industrial Training placement by working on a pre-authorised Humanitarian Engineering project in The ChallENG Program like the Engineering World Health Summer Institute or working directly with an external host organisation.

Pre-authorised Humanitarian Engineering placements

Please follow the steps to view the list:

Step 1: Login to the Faculty of Engineering Industrial Training Moodle Page 

Step 2: Use the Self Enrolment Key: Eng5tudent!

Step 3: Under Careers and Employment Resources section, scroll down to Non-Traditional Industrial Training”

Step 4: See “List of Pre-Authorised Non-Traditional Placements 2020” PDF document

Planning your Humanitarian Engineering placement

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Minimum duration for a Non-Traditional placement is 5 days

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A maximum duration of 30 days can count towards your Industrial Training requirement

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Students can take part in a maximum of 2 Non-Traditional placements

You can explore all of the Humanitarian Engineering placement opportunities that are pre-authorised by Engineering for Non-Traditional Industrial Training on Moodle. If there is a project that you would like to participate in and it is currently not offered on the list, please apply to the Engineering Industrial Training team via eng.wil@unsw.edu.au for the placement to be assessed.