The Maker Games for Industry

How you can partner with The ChallENG Program

The Maker Games is a rapid prototyping competition that’s also an embedded course in the UNSW Engineering curriculum. It connects our students with industry to solve real problems.

The Maker Games consists of mostly 3rd and 4th year students who form multi-disciplinary teams of 4-6 students. Combining innovation and disruptive thinking, students create ground-breaking solutions to solve your business challenge.

What level of commitment is required?

Each company is required to put forward at least one representative to mentor the student team in Stage 2, which takes place from June to November 2020.

The Industry Mentor is expected to provide reasonable guidance to the student group throughout the prototype development phase. As an Industry Mentor, UNSW expects guidance on a fortnightly basis (face-to-face or via Skype) and prompt response to reasonable requests for input or assistance via email/phone between the face-to-face meetings.