Key dates and information

Learn about the key dates, requirements and other important information for the Endeavour Exhibition.

The Endeavour Exhibition runs throughout the semester with workshops to help you prepare.

Key dates

Week 1 Monday 27 February
Week 2 Wednesday 8 March

Endeavour Information Session

Week 4 Monday 27 March
  • Group registrations close.
Week 4 Tuesday 21 March

Poster Workshop - students registered for Endeavour will receive an invitation to their student email.

Week 5 Thursday 30 March

Awards, Presentation and Networking Workshop - students registered for Endeavour will receive an invitation to their student email.

Week 6 Wednesday 5 April

Risk Workshop- students registered for Endeavour will receive an invitation to their student email.

Non-teaching period 7 - 16 April
Week 6 Friday 14 April

Withdrawal deadline: final date to email any changes to your group or for your project.

Week 8 Tuesday 18 April
  • Student photoshoot
  • Attendee registrations open
Week 8 Wednesday 19 April

Industry Award applications close

Week 9 Friday 28 April

Industry judges will be confirmed and the shortlist for the Industry Awards will be sent to students.

Week 9 Friday 5 May

Deadline for:

  • Project posters
  • Student photos
  • Risk assessments
Week 12 Wednesday 24 May

Endeavour Exhibition and the Endeavour Awards night

Once you register your group, you'll receive all future communications regarding Endeavour via

These emails will be sent to your unimelb email address, so be sure to check regularly to stay up to date.

Endeavour Project Posters


  • A0 size (84.1cm x 118.9cm) portrait
  • Save as  PNG or JPG file
  • The University of Melbourne logo may not be used on your posters
  • Ensure you receive permission to use any industry logos
  • Poster to include the project title, all team member names, supervisor's name, and discipline
  • File name to include your "booth number, team leaders name, Endeavour poster"
  • Submit via the dropbox link provided via email

Please ensure all the requirements are met before submitting your poster.

Student photos

If you are unable to attend the photoshoot due to being location interstate or overseas, please send an individual photo of yourself instead.


  • Professional photo of the student, square cropped to show head and part body
  • Save in PNG or JPG format and email to
  • Try not to have a plain white background
  • Name your file and email as "Booth number, full name, personal photo".

Risk assessments

This is an extension of the risk assessment you would have already completed in your capstone unit. Revise the risks and hazards that you have previously recorded and add additional risks that are relevant to the Endeavour Exhibition.

If you have not created a risk assessment before, please create a new one.



  • Save in PDF format.
  • Team leader is to sign the form on behalf of all team members (all names must be listed), or each team member can sign the same form.
  • Your supervisor or course coordinator must sign the form.
  • Submit via the dropbox link provided via email

Endeavour Exhibition Day

The main exhibition where members of the public will be present. During this time, your team will be engaging with attendees to tell them more about your project and answering questions (both physically at the exhibition and virtually on your team’s web page).

Consider splitting your group into shifts throughout the day so that you can take breaks.  At least one member of your team must be present at all times throughout the exhibition.

Check in with your supervisor to see what time academics might be coming to ensure that your whole group is present.


  • Closed toe shoes
  • Smart casual to business attire (no singlets, hoodies etc)

Endeavour Industry Viewing (5:30-6:30pm)

An exclusive invite-only event with university donors and industry members present to view your projects. This is where you will use your ‘elevator pitch’ skills to ‘sell’ your project and make connections with industry leads.


  • Business attire

Endeavour Awards Night & Celebrations - 7pm onwards

Following the Industry Viewing, students and guests will head to the Awards Night where winners of the Road to Endeavour Prizes, Departmental Awards and Industry awards are announced.

There will be light canapes, refreshments and live music so that you can celebrate the wrap-up of your project.

Project student bump out

All project groups will need to take all of their belonging (projects included) after the awards ceremony.