Demonstrator hub

Outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate university students have the unique opportunity to become a university demonstrator at the UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

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What is demonstrating? 

Demonstrating involves providing teaching support to course convenors as they deliver the School's teaching program. By demonstrating engineering tutorials and laboratory sessions you can improve your communication and presentation skills and broaden your subject knowledge and expertise.

How to become a demonstrator 

Engineering undergraduate and postgraduate students can apply at the end of each year to demonstrate for the following year. Be sure to chat to course convenors before applying to find out more about the course content, expertise required, and information on the role.   

Any questions about casual demonstration should be directed to the MECH Teaching Team in the School Office.   

Demonstrator role

Explore the policies, procedures and responsibilities of being a demonstrator. From working hours to employment forms, find the essential information you need to know.

Are you interested in demonstrating? Learn more about the policies and procedures for student demonstrators.

MME demonstrator application webform

Decided you’d like to become a demonstrator? Submit your application before the start of next term for our next intake