Project proposals are welcome from industry, government and community groups, or can also be student-generated.
Projects could be in one or more of the following areas:
- design, build and deliver projects
- consulting projects
- startup projects
- system optimisation problems
- open-ended explorations
- education and outreach
- research-supported projects
- student-led initiatives
- other negotiated projects
Students in Capstone Project have a wide variety of skills, and we endeavour to match the right students to each project through the Team Formation process. When you propose a project, you will be asked a series of questions, including timelines, background, skills, intellectual property, expenses and interaction.
Students in CECS programs often undertake a second degree, and students from other disciplines such as science, business, law, economics and art can also participate in Capstone Project.
What does it take to be a Capstone Client?#
Read about the role and expectations for Capstone clients in our Client Guide.
Read about past projects#
Get involved in other ways#
We are always looking for engineering professionals who would like to work with our students. Mentoring a project team is a rewarding experience, but we also look for opportunities such as seminars, discussion topics and site visits. Please contact us if you would like to discuss opportunities.