For the first time in years, engineering Masters students at the University of Melbourne, have had the opportunity to get their hands dirty, while learning more about the consolidation of clayey soils, thanks to the recent refurbishment of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s (MSE) Wet Labs.
News for Students
The Melbourne School of Engineering is encouraging the future leaders in engineering and IT through a range of scholarships for local and international students. Scholarships are given to academically excellent students, presenting them with a unique opportunity to pursue their studies in Engineering and IT.
If you are interested in a career options that could see you designing consumer products like lipstick and cosmetics, developing the latest pharmaceuticals to combat disease, or helping our cheese producers make outstanding products, then Biochemical Engineering could be the field for you.
The Melbourne School of Engineering is partnering with Melbourne Business School to launch an Australian-first series of Engineering with Business programs in 2014. The Master of Engineering with Business specialisations are aimed at creating graduate engineers with the solid business skills that industry demands.
Engineering and IT graduates from The University of Melbourne are finding themselves with a wealth of varied and well-paid career opportunities, from developing software for Microsoft in the USA to working at leading engineering consultancies in Australia and around the world. Students at the University of Melbourne can access the help and expert advice of our careers and industry team in order to set them on the pathway towards their dream career.