Redefine your potential

Position yourself for a leading role in solving global challenges. We know future engineers require more than technical skill – think an innovative mindset, teamwork and communication – that’s why you’ll graduate with an ideal combination of professional and advanced technical skills.

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Engineering introductory sessions

What kind of engineer will you be? Get an introduction to studying engineering at Melbourne and learn about our engineering specialisations.

You can choose to start studying your chosen engineering specialisation through your undergraduate major. Find out more at our overview and panel sessions

Choose an undergraduate degree

Your journey to engineering begins from day one at Melbourne through the Bachelor of Biomedicine, Bachelor of Design, or Bachelor of Science

The Melbourne curriculum

Your Melbourne experience is yours to shape. If you’re interested in engineering, you can start with an undergraduate (bachelors) degree in Biomedicine, Design or Science. Over three years, you’ll be able to explore engineering majors in your bachelors degree while developing a deep understanding in your chosen major. These include bioengineering, civil, chemical, computing and software, electrical, environmental, mechanical, mechatronic or spatial systems.

Once you’ve completed your undergraduate degree, you’ll progress to specialised graduate study in engineering.

Meet Bachelor of Science graduate and Master of Engineering (Mechanical) student, Nami Rizqiandri

“My degree is helping me develop a strong foundation and understanding of theoretical concepts in engineering, which will help me better develop a practical product or contribute to engineering projects in my future career. I have really enjoyed the practical projects like the Warman Design and Build Competition as a part of one of my Mechanical Engineering subjects.”

Watch Nami's story

Better than a double degree

Become a professionally accredited engineer by completing an undergraduate degree followed by the Master of Engineering. Secure your place in both degrees with a Graduate Degree Package. You’ll graduate with a higher level of qualification than a traditional double degree.

Apply for a Graduate Degree Package through VTAC.

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