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Student Projects

The School has a long tradition of educating students by connecting them with organisations in the real world that have real problems the students can help solve.

These real-world projects are a key part of the Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced), the Bachelor of Engineering (Software) and the Honours programs. They typically involve the students working with other groups in the School, with other Schools in the University or with an industry partner.

Advanced Computing

Our students complete a range of projects during their studies. These include data visualisation and analysis, computer graphics and game development, as well as experimenting with cutting edge hardware.  Learn more here and see examples of finished projects.

Software Engineering

In Software Engineering, students take on projects in their third and fourth years of study. They typically work with an industry partner for these projects, undertaking real world explorations of software problems, challenges or innovations. Learn more here and see examples of finished projects.


The Computer Science Honours program is an additional year of study available to eligible students who have completed an undergraduate degree in computer science or software engineering. Learn more here about Honours projects.

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