About this study area
Create and enhance the materials underpinning our devices now and into the future, with a materials engineering degree at Australia’s No.1 university for engineering and technology (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018). Develop expertise in nanotechnology, energy materials and biomaterials. Gain insight into the processing-structure-property relationships of a range of materials, such as metals, polymers, ceramics, electronic materials and composites. Be guided by world-leading researchers in biomaterials, tissue engineering, nanomaterials, polymers, ceramics, materials modelling and characterisation. Access world-class facilities, including our Materials Characterisation and Fabrication platform. At Melbourne, we focus on real-world problem-based learning. Boost your future career with access to internships, industry projects and innovation challenges with industry mentors.