Grow your engineering expertise to fast-track your career, gain expertise in leading projects and solving contemporary organisational challenges.
Our courses are designed for qualified engineers looking to change their field of work or advance in their careers. Benefit from upskilling to ensure are equipped with the skills to deal with the digital revolution and technological advancements. Our Industry connections help secure student internships and job opportunities, or the funds to get started, with scholarships and bursaries to get you connected overseas.
Why study with us?
- #1 Engineering school in Australia
- Professional accreditation with Engineers Australia
- Our subjects are led by academics with extensive industry experience, as well as representatives from major engineering companies and the government.
Graduate Study Series
The countdown is on for our Grad Study Series starting this October! Choose from more than 30 events held online and on campus where you'll meet academics and staff to get all the course advice you need to take the next step in your career.Register now
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Master of Energy Systems
"I was drawn to this course’s multidisciplinary view on the energy sector … the technical, the commercial and the policy standpoints, she says. There are numerous opportunities offered by the University to expand your knowledge beyond the materials offered in the class, such as seminars, workshops and short courses offered by Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI). These give us an overview of what is happening in the real world. Added to this, our lecturers are very supportive and helpful, especially during the transition to the virtual campus because of COVID-19. They made this incredibly smooth, providing us with learning materials and assignments while challenging us to think critically and communicate our ideas effectively."