In2science at RMIT

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RMIT Science, Engineering and Health students who would like to get involved in science and maths peer mentoring in schools can become part of the In2science program.

In2science places science and maths mentors from RMIT University, La Trobe University, The University of Melbourne and Swinburne University of Technology into secondary schools to mentor Grade 8 and 9 students in maths and science.

Mentors visit the same class for 2-3 hours a week for a placement of 10-11 weeks during semester. Mentors are matched with schools based on university timetables, where mentors live and what mentors are studying.

Further information


RMIT Science outreach team

Tel. +61 3 9925 9717


Participation in In2science develops graudate attributes and provides a capstone experience for maths, science and engineering students. Research into the RMIT In2science program has shown that participation helps university students attain and improve their graduate abilities.

In2science mentors:

  • improve their communication skills
  • develop their social and cultural awareness
  • demonstrate their work readiness
  • are provided with opportunities to work with diverse groups

Read the full report: Providing Graduate Attribute capstone experiences through In2science (PDF 4.2MB)