The School of Engineering provides students with an intellectually vibrant environment that prepares students to become leaders and innovators who can advance the quality of life and health of the global community.
Engineering has been taught continuously at the University of Melbourne since 1861, following the creation of the School of Engineering in November 1860. Today, the Melbourne School of Engineering is a dynamic and exciting school which attracts high-achieving students and top-class academics from around the world.
The Melbourne School of Engineering is acknowledged internationally for its excellence in teaching and research, attracting students and staff of the highest calibre. Thirteen major research centres of international standing augment the six engineering departments. These include two ARC Special Research Centres funded by the Australian Research Council and seven Co-operative Research Centres (CRC), which represent joint ventures between universities, industry and government bodies in Australia.
The School of Engineering offers the following postgraduate engineering and I.T. programs:
Master of Engineering Project Management
Master of Environmental Engineering
Master of Engineering Management
Master of Engineering Structures
Master of Biomedical Engineering
Master of Information Systems
Master of Information Technology
Master of Engineering in Distributed Computing
Master of Software Systems Engineering
Master of Telecommunications Engineering
Master of Geographic Information Technology
Master of Engineering Science (by Coursework and Research)
Master of Applied Science (by Coursework and Research)
Master of Computer Science (Research)
Master of Geomatic Engineering (Research)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Plus, postgraduate diplomas and certificates offered in most master program areas
OzTREKK Admissions Officer: Shannon Tilston