If the future is self-driving cars, Amazon delivery drones, and reusable rockets, then the career of the future is mechatronics.
Gain knowledge to help develop new products like mobile phones, gaming consoles, cars and wind turbines, or the robots that make them.
Do you like mechanical, electrical, and software engineering and can’t decide which to specialise in? Why not combine the three and develop the next generation of automated technologies?
For professional accreditation as a mechatronics engineer, follow this major with a Master of Engineering (Mechatronics).
Our Engineering graduate degrees are professionally accredited under EUR-ACE® and Washington Accord (through Engineers Australia), which means your degree is recognised throughout Europe and the 17 countries of the Washington Accord.