High school resources

Cyber security, robotics, design thinking, and digital technologies are essential tools and subjects required in most STEM curriculums.

UQSchoolsNet collaborates closely with UQ's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, actively hosting and running on-campus and school-based outreach initiatives that can be tailored to meet specific school needs.

UQ's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offer a number of workshops, competitions and events for students, teachers, and industry professionals in the local technology community.
The Women in Computing Program (WiC) at UQ encourages girls and women to pursue technology careers, and provides a skilled and diverse pipeline for the technology sector.
UQ's Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology host workshops, competitions and events for high school and primary school students and their teachers.
UQ Library's open textbooks are a type of open educational resource (OER) that are free for everyone to use. These textbooks offer many benefits to you, your students and the community.

Competitions and workshops for school students

A competition designed to encourage primary and high school students to solve real-world problems or showcase their passions using technology.
RoboCup Junior is an educational initiative that sponsors local, regional, and international robotic events for young students.

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