Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) UNSW Sydney

3.63 out of 5 from 8 reviews
Bachelor Honours Degree
Sydney
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The broad objective of UNSW Engineering's undergraduate programs is to develop well-educated graduates, that is, graduates with the strong technical knowledge and the basic skills and attributes required to practise as professional engineers. The desired skills are those that enable graduates to be independent investigators; self-motivated; critical thinkers; problem solvers; life-long learners; good communicators; team players; effective managers; as well as economically, environmentally and socially aware.

Majors

Aerospace Engineering
Bioinformatics Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering with Architecture
Computer...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) UNSW Sydney based on 8 reviews
Rating
3.63
Job prospects
4.0
Teachers
3.63
Course work
4.25
Time worthy
3.75
Money Worthy
3.75



Student Reviews

August 2018
Year completed 2009

Positives: Very good lecturers with industry experiences. Practical knowledge and field trips. Able to relate with the industry after finishing the course. Very worthwhile.

Negatives: Organisation of certain subjects could be improved. Availability of quality tutors.

My advice to future students is: Fully utilise the le...

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August 2018
Year completed 2020

Positive: each course have a very long lab session (really worth of what you pay); Teachers are friendly, especially Epps, the best advisor ever (really nice); UNSW is famous for its engineering institution, lots of practical work that really improves your skill
Negative: got to say this is the well known hardest engineering...

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August 2018
Year completed 2018

I major in Chemical Engineering.

Positives: Interesting topics

Negatives: Not enough practical real world teaching and learnings

My advice to future students is: Do as many industrial placements/gain as much experience as possible

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July 2018
Year completed 2017

I have been studying the bachelor of civil engineering in UNSW, and it was a good experience. I have learnt a lot knowledge that is useful in my current job.

My advice to future students is: Should be good at Math and physics.

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive: attendance to tutorials and lectures isn’t compulsory so I actually can make my own study timetable and study on my own instead of going to lectures.

Negative: It is considered as the most difficult engineering degree. 90% of the courses are core courses and they only open once a year. So if I failed it I need to...

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

I doing a civil engineering major.

The lecturers are amazing!

It's very not very experience oriented like some other courses ie not much of it is practical. That's what's negative.

My advice to future students is: Figure out if you actually want to do the course

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February 2018
Year completed 2017

Positive: interesting choice of topics that you can cover.
The lab activities are good and practical, you need to learn programs, for example Matlab.

Negative: some of the methods of teaching could have been improved

My advice to future students is: take part in as many clubs as possible.

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February 2018
Year completed 2019

I did the Civil major. UNSW has a great engineering department. I like the range of majors on offer. Most subjects are quite enjoyable with many of the subjects really practical and relateable.

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