Do you want a degree that offers a world of opportunities? Engineering encompasses all aspects of everyday life and presents numerous opportunities to work locally, nationally or internationally.We offer a broad range of engineering degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels:
- Civil, structural and geotechnical
- Electrical and electronic
- Environmental engineering
- Mechatronic engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Software engineering
In less than two decades, we have built a School, attracting some of the leading engineering specialists, academics and researches. This, along with state-of-the-art laboratories and practical industry placement programs has helped produce quality graduates recognised and accredited by Engineers Australia and sought by industry.
One of the exciting things about engineering with us is the ability to collaborate with other groups for quite seemingly diverse areas such as the Queensland Collage of Art and the Health Institute. Mechanical engineers can end up working to design artificial hearts and life support systems through to helping to design cars and planes. Civil engineers designing dental prosthesis, electrical eng to working Queensland Reds on biomedical instruments.
You'll enjoy some of Australia's most advanced facilities at Nathan and the Gold Coast campuses:
- High quality test facilities and structural, hydraulic and geotechnical laboratories
- Hydraulic and geotechnical laboratories
- Australia's best airborne biohazard facility
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