Students will have the opportunity to participate in STEM-focused designed to build and elevate technology and innovation skills.

What are our Competitions?

Our Competitions are designed to foster STEM skills, as well as communication, teamwork, literacy, numeracy and project management acumen.


Competition details are published close to the competition opening date, but you can register your interest now and a Monash Tech School staff member will get in touch.


Please note that our Competitions are only open to partner schools and their students.

  • Learning in Iso Showcase 

    An online exhibition which showcases the work students have produced through term2-3. This is an opportunity for students, parents and the greater school communities to view what our students have been learning and producing via our online programs, challenges and competitions. 

    Week 9, Monash TechSchool will launch the Learning in Iso Showcase - which will cultivate a showcase environment, celebrating competition entrants, as well as student output and artefacts sourced across all of our program offerings.  The Learning in Iso Showcase will capture the best, kookiest, the ingenious and the though-provoking work students have produced and will be made available for schools to distribute through their compass and newsletter formats. 


  • iAwards The Biggest Pitch

    Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is providing a premier innovation technology challenge. Monash Tech School, as a member of AIIA, will select the best 3 entrants from the above competitions and enter on behalf of the partner school. Student entrants to the iAwards will continue to receive support and mentoring by MTS staff to prepare and enter their submission.


    Please note that Monash Tech School will:

    • provide program facilitators who will support and mentor students throughout each competition process. All competitions have their own processes, judging panel and prizes.

    • award prizes at partner school level and students will receive a certificate of participation.

  • Pitch to Panel Competition

    Our Pitch to Panel Competition unites all programs and challenges to celebrate and acknowledge the work of students who have engaged with us in term 3. Participating students will pitch their work to a panel of industry and MTS stakeholders in week 8, where the top 3 will win a prize and be deemed Pitch to Panel champions. Students participating in Pitch to Panel will receive a certificate commending their work as well as feedback from industry and education professionals.


    A 3-minute pitch in live or pre-recorded video format with visuals explaining the concept, solution and answering key questions. 

    Students will have developed their pitching, design and entrepreneurial skills. A certificate will be awarded as well as participation in the celebration event. 


    Dates: Pitch to Panel - week 8, week starting 31/08/2020

     results announced in Showcase week 9, week starting 07/09/2020


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Monash University

Clayton 3168


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The Monash Tech School is a Victoria State Government Funded Initiative