ECMS students finalists at the Top 100 Future Leaders competition

Congratulations to our current ECMS students and recent graduates who represented South Australia as finalists at the Top 100 Future Leaders competition.

Top 100

Our finalists from left to right: (back) Ellysia Oldsen, Adam Cameron, Joseph Pritchard, (front) Emiliana Soulio, Anna Ragg, Elin Emmoth.

Anna Ragg and Adam Cameron from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and graduates Emiliana Soulio from the School of Mechanical Engineering and Elin Emmoth from the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering were among the top 100 future leaders, organised by GradConnection, The Financial Review and Chandler MaCleod.

The competition recognises students and recent graduates as Australia’s top future talents. The competition exposes students to a full graduate recruitment process - even putting them in front of some of Australia’s top employers for interviews! The Top100 Awards is a truly unique experience to develop application skills, communication skills, and personal branding.

See the full list here

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