Course type
Area of interest

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers create innovative solutions to health care issues, blending a unique mix of biomedical science with engineering techniques and problem-solving skills.

Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering

Chemical and biochemical engineering creates solutions to some of the world’s critical problems in environmental remediation, energy, food and water supply for an ever-increasing population.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical engineers design and create technical solutions, in areas from medical bionics and neural engineering, to energy conversion, power distribution and communications networks.


Energy Systems is a unique course which covers analysing energy systems from technical, commercial and policy standpoints, energy finance, economics and energy markets to the operation of renewable and non-renewable energy systems. This course combines technical and commercial knowledge to guide business decision-making.

Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineering is an exciting area for those interested in understanding complex environmental systems and in creating the technical, management and policy solutions to manage these issues.


Spatial information is an essential part of any economy’s infrastructure. It is a rapidly expanding field, fuelled by the growth in information and communication technology, satellites for imaging and positioning, and the web and communication infrastructure for access to spatial data using smart devices.

Engineering Management

Master of Engineering Management is for graduates with an engineering degree who wish to take the next step in their careers by specialising in either engineering management or engineering project management.


Master of Engineering with Business allows you to combine technical engineering knowledge in one of six specialisations (Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical or Software) with the business and management skills to help fast-track your career.