|The School of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Marketing Group has a program of activities and events designed to inform
secondary school students and teachers about the many areas of computing
taught in our courses.
Marketing Group activities and contact details:
Other useful links:
Prospective Students Office
Provides a liaison between Monash University and secondary schools.
The office offers a general course inquiry service for all courses and
campuses of the university (for Australian residents and citizens).
Responsible for the marketing and administration of international fee-paying,
scholarship, study abroad and student exchange programs
A Web site concerned with issues affecting students during the transition
from school to university. Information and Web links about
on transition related activities and research at Monash.
Informatics Olympiad Information about the International Olympiad
in Informatics (planned first for 1999). This site has many other
relevant links of interest to secondary school students.
The Monash University Probabilistic Footy Tipping Competition is run by
staff from the School of Computer Science and Software Engineering.
The new tipping competition rewards tippers in a mathematically sound way,
and allows tippers to more directly express the degree of certainty in
Camp Monash is a three day residential program for year 11 students.
It is held in November each year at the Clayton campus. Camp Monash
aims to provide students with a realistic and honest view of university
studies and life.
Monash IT Summer
School IT Summer Schools have been held at Monash during
January 1999, 2000 and 2001 and a fourth is planned for January 2002.
The Summer School is organised and run by members of the Faculty
of Information Technology. This is a five day residential program. The
students spent three hours each day working on an IT related project.
Australian Computer Society
The Australian Computer Society organise Summer Computing Workshops for
year 10 students in December each year.
Marketing Group Resourses:
House Staff from the School of Computer Science and
Software Engineering developed and designed a project based on the "Smart
House" in which a computer monitors and controls aspects of security,
cooling and lighting in a minature house.
For further information contact:
Ms. Michelle Ketchen
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Clayton VIC 3168
Telephone: 9903 2488
Facsimile: 9903 1077