The Melbourne School of Engineering’s unique new Master of Engineering with Business specialisations have now been accredited by Engineers Australia. This accreditation is ratified by the Washington Accord, meaning graduates can work as accredited engineers in the world’s leading economies.
News for Students
Electrical Engineering is a cutting edge discipline that could see you on a diverse range of exciting career paths, from taking on Silicon Valley with your own tech startup, to making a difference to the lives of the vision impaired through bionic vision, or developing ultra-broadband wireless and optical communications.
Master of Engineering (Chemical) student, Shohini Shome, originally from India, has been making the most of the industry opportunities offered at Melbourne, both via her course and through her own extracurricular activities.
If you’re thinking about graduate study in IT, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading institution for Engineering and Technology. Both our Master of Information Technology and Master of Information Systems offer the advanced industry-relevant knowledge and industry based learning opportunities, offering you the skills and experience that top employers are looking for.
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.
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.