Bachelor of Engineering and related courses


Choosing a Bachelor of Engineering degree can be a life changing decision. As part of the "STEM" stream, Engineering can give you an understanding of how things actually work and make your childhood dreams a reality.

Often involving a good mix of practical and technical skill development, engineering degrees challenge students to approach problems in different yet creative ways. If you enjoy deep diving into something to discover what is 'under the hood', an engineering degree can help you continue this wonder.

Engineering degrees have a large range of potential majors that can take you to the moon, have you working on planes trains and automobiles or working with machines and robots.

We receive consistent feedback that it's important to be prepared for the workload of an engineering degree and expect your studies to require careful planning, plenty of contact hours as well as additional reading.


Potential careers

Here are some of the common careers for graduates who study in this area:

Aerospace Avionics Engineer
Biomechanical Engineer
Biomedical Engineer
Civil Engineer
Computer Systems Engineer
Construction Manager
Consulta...

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Common majors

Some of the common majors that students can specialise in:

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

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Skills

If you're looking to get into Engineering and Related Technologies, here are some typical skills that you may need:
Analytical thinking, Attention to detail, Physics, Mathematics, Creative problem solving, Fascination, Inquisitive, Critical thinking, Teamwork

Top tips for future students

Here's some of the common advice we hear in our student reviews of Engineering and Related Technologies courses:

"Ask tutors and lecturers as many questions as you can"
"Choose and plan your course major/outline"
"Take any opportunities to attend and network at industry evenings and insight from academics with ties to engineering businesses."
"Take part in engineering clubs and societies as you can. It's a great way to develop more 'technical skills' in some cases"
"Get work experience / internships in your field."
"TIME MANAGEMENT is key"

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Explore a list of popular Engineering and Related Technologies reviewed courses

169 reviews of 54 Engineering and Related Technologies courses.

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