About mechanical, aerospace and mechatronic engineering
From spacecrafts to robots, create the energy-efficient machines and smart products driving our future, with mechanical engineering and mechatronics at Australia’s leading university.
Gain valuable industry experience and be inspired by world-leading researchers in fluid mechanics, turbulence and biomechanics. Access world-class facilities, including wind tunnels, alternative fuel engines, rehabilitation robots and UAV platforms.
At Melbourne, we’ve designed a unique curriculum aligned with the top institutions of the world, ensuring you graduate with the ideal combination of advanced technical and professional skills valued by employers, and a higher level qualification that is recognised globally.
How to study mechanical engineering at Melbourne
Start with a three-year Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Design degree and choose a major in Mechanical Systems. Complete a Master of Engineering (Mechanical) or Master of Engineering (Mechanical with Aerospace) to become an accredited engineer. Or, complete any undergraduate degree at a recognised institution* to study a 2–3 year Master of Engineering (Mechanical) or Master of Engineering (Mechanical with Aerospace).
How to study mechatronics at melbourne
Start with a three-year Bachelor of Science degree and choose a major in Mechatronics Systems. Complete the Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) to become an accredited engineer. Or, complete any undergraduate degree at a recognised institution* to study a 2–3 year Master of Engineering (Mechatronics).
*Any undergraduate degree from a recognised institution including the prerequisite subjects outlined on the course pages with a weighted average mark of at least H3 (65%), or equivalent.