Engineering Postgraduate Society (EPS)

The Engineering Postgraduate Society (EPS) is a student body representing postgraduate Engineering students in the Faculty of Engineering of The University of Auckland.


What do we do?

The Engineering Postgraduate Society (EPS) provides guidance, support and advocacy for postgraduate students in matters related to the postgraduate experience within the Faculty of Engineering.

EPS also supports Engineering postgraduates in the following ways:

  • Provides a means of communication between the postgraduates in the Faculty of Engineering, academics and student bodies.
  • Assists in the professional and academic development of Engineering postgraduates.
  • Publicises and promotes the need for postgraduate study to undergraduates, the industry, external organisations and the community at large.
  • Promotes the academic, professional and social interests of postgraduate students within the Faculty of Engineering.
  • Promotes the development of a postgraduate culture and community.




We encourage all Engineering postgraduate students to participate in all our events. Our monthly social calendar is subject to change.

Check out photos of our past events and find out about our upcoming events on Facebook and don't forget to Like our page.

Engineering postgrads have nothing left but smiles at the recent EPS ice-cream social.

Executive Board

EPS Executive
President Alfred Poothota Francis Xavier
Vice-President TBC
Secretary TBC
Treasurer TBC
General Executive TBC
We need representatives from all Engineering departments!
We aim to have executives from all Engineering departments. To join our Executive Board please complete and submit an application.
EPS Board Application Form
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