University Students

Endeavour offers you the opportunity to take part in one of the largest events held at the University of Melbourne. There are a number of ways you can participate.

Final Year Engineering & IT Project/Capstone Students

Present your project at the prestigious Engineering and IT Endeavour Exhibition.

For further information and updates, regularly check the LMS Community: LMS

Registration Dates:

  • Semester 1/Year Long: 18th April – 16th May 2016
  • Semester 2: 25th July – 12th August 2016

Withdrawal Deadline:

23rd September 2016


Engineering & IT students who are not in their final year are invited to participate in our volunteering program, you can gain extracurricular experience, network with industry, and meet some of the University of Melbourne’s senior academics. It is also a fantastic way to give back to the community.

Why Apply?

  • Involvement in one of the largest engineering events in Victoria
  • Gain leadership experience and skills development
  • Certificate of recognition
  • Beneficial for your CV
  • Opportunity to network with final year students, academics and industry representatives.

For more information, please contact EMT Student Liaison Coordinators,

Tony Wen, Kai Wang

Endeavour Awards:

2015 Endeavour Wade Institute Entrepreneurship Prize

Winning Project: Multicopter - Control & Data Transfer

2015 Endeavour Wade Institute Entrepreneurship Prize

Winning Project: xLabs Analytics - Eye Tracking and Data Visualisation Web Service

2015 Endeavour Outotec Sustainability Prize

Winning Project: Mixotrophic Growth of Nannochloropsis sp. and Chlorella sp. on Glycerol

2015 Endeavour RIC Commercial Innovation Prize

Winning Project: Lightweight Conductor Temperature Sensor

2015 Endeavour RIC Triple Impact Prize

Winning Project: Sustainable Housing Material Selection Tool to Assist Urban Poor Communities in Cambodia

2015 Endeavour IMarEST Prize

Winning Project: Development of a Full Scale Drag Measurement System for a Single Scull Rowing Shell

2015 Endeavour Autodesk Education Prize

Winning Project: Phoenix Multicopter - Airframe