Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) RMIT University

4.17 out of 5 from 6 reviews
Bachelor Honours Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Based on innovation and creativity, we are internationally recognised for our expertise and leadership in engineering education and research.

Our specialised programs allow you to develop your skills in the areas that interest you most. You’ll design and create products, systems, structures and services that transform industry and improve lives.

Through community-building projects for Engineers Without Borders or industry placements in top Asian, European and American companies, your horizons will broaden and you’ll understand how engineers can help create a more sustainable world.

All engineering degrees are accredited by Engineers Australia and are recognised globally in all member countries of the Washington Accord.


Aerospace engineering and aviation
Biomedical engineering
Chemical engineering
Civil engineering
Computer engineering
Electrical and electronic...

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Additional Information

Work-integrated learning
At RMIT, we know that there is a lot more to studying engineering than just theory.

We want you to develop your confid...

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Student Reviews

July 2018
Year completed 2016

I majored in Civil and Infrastructure.

Positives: Knowledge in civil and structural design after completion. A lot good lecturer make it engaging and easy to learn. Most of the faculty staff are easy to approach during my time at RMIT University

Negatives: Time table was not flexible and some of the function on blackbo...

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May 2018
Year completed 2019

I'm majoring in Civil and Infrastructure engineering.

Positives: Industry engagement, practicality of the course, the professionalism/industry background of the lecturers etc.

Negatives: University politics.

My advice to future students is: Get industry exeperience ASAP.

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April 2018
Year completed 2015

Positives: I found that the course had a fairly hands on approach and the markets are just generally rather fair with grading. They also offer a decent number of majors, I chose telecommunications engineering. I also found that the expectations set my the uni on students / the workload was challenging but not unrealistic. As ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2018

Helpful tutors and lectures but unhelpful labmates

My advice to future students is: Ask tutors and lecturers as many questions as you need

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February 2018
Year completed 2016

Positives - the staff are strong and knowledgable of this discipline. They provide good introductions to the industry via industry evenings and ties between the staff and business.

Negatives - some subjects can be a little generic. The facilities aren't always amazing.

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October 2017
Year completed 2014

I studied the Electrical major course at RMIT as there was a strong focus on power electronics with the academic staff. I enjoyed the control subjects, programming subjects and final year project as well. Only one or two subjects (compulsory) that I thought were lacking content/delivery out of 32.

Good opportunities to at...

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