We would like to welcome you to find out how you can study on-campus or online with us with our one-off Sundowner session, located at our new East Perth campus on November 23, 2017.

Have the opportunity to meet and mingle over finger food and drinks with the college Dean, Dr Steve Mackay, our Learning Support Officers; who's role is to support and mentor our students throughout their EIT learning journey, our Admissions and Compliance team plus some of our other friendly staff.

We are very proud of our engineering laboratories and during the afternoon one of our in-house engineers will demonstrate an experiment or two for you.

Dr Hardi Harb, a passionate engineer and one of our international lecturers will be streaming in live from Spain. PLUS one of our graduates from our Master's degree will stream in from Africa to talk about his experience with EIT.

Date:
Thursday November 23, 2017

Location:
North Metropolitan Tafe
140 Royal St, East Perth WA 6004
Room: B201

Time:
3.15pm – 4.30pm

Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by November 17, 2017 so we can organize catering. We look forward to meeting you.

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