The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology at the University of Queensland is characterized by the quality of its graduates, its international research profile, and its highly successful links to industry. This faculty is made up of five schools and one centre:
The schools and centre undertake teaching and research in the disciplines of architecture, engineering and information technology. The faculty's mission is to be the premier Australian locus for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training in the faculty's fields of expertise and to be a world leader in existing and emerging research strengths.
School of Chemical Engineering
The School of Chemical Engineering is an international leader in the chemical engineering field and has an excellent reputation which has been built over five decades at The University of Queensland. Chemical Engineering is a recognised research strength of the university and staff are associated with six leading research centres. The school’s academic and research engineers are engaged in pioneering research transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries, in diverse areas such as bioengineering, nanomaterials and nanoscale science and technology, high performance polymers, energy and environment as well as waste and water resource management.
School of Civil Engineering
The School of Civil Engineering at The University of Queensland is renowned for civil engineering teaching and research in water, environmental, geotechnical, structural and transportation engineering. The school is a leading provider of civil engineering research, attracting academic staff, researchers and students from around the world.
School of Information Technology and Electrical EngineeringLocated within the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, the School of ITEE is at the forefront of research, teaching and learning across the Information & Communications Technology (ICT) and Engineering disciplines. The School of ITEE offers a multifaceted suite of teaching programs, at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level, in Information Technology, Engineering Hardware, Software and Information Management, Human-Computer Interaction and Multimedia Design.
School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering
The School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering at The University of Queensland is internationally renowned for its excellence in teaching, discovery and engagement, establishing Queensland as a key region for engineering innovation. School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering delivers a comprehensive program of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programs in aerospace, materials, mechanical, mechatronic and mining engineering studies, and has established an excellent reputation for the quality of its graduate training and research performance.
Since its establishment in 2009, the School incorporates the divisions of
Advanced Water Management Centre
The Advanced Water Management Centre (AWMC) is an international centre of excellence in innovative water technology and management. Over the last 17 years of research in this field, the AWMC has developed a leading expertise in education, research and consulting. Its particular strength is the close integration of biological science, process engineering and informatics. This unique combination forms the basis for groundbreaking research but also offers some exciting opportunities for development and application of user-specific solutions to challenging environmental problems.
The Faculty offers the following postgraduate Engineering and I.T. programs:
Master of Computer Science
Doctor of Engineering
Master of Energy Studies
Master of Engineering (Chemical Engineering specialisations: Chemical Engineering, Chemical & Biological Engineering, Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Chemical & Materials Engineering, Chemical & Metallurgical Engineering)
Master of Engineering Science (Specializations: Electrical Engineering, Electricity Market, Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, Undeclared))
Master of Engineering Science (Management)
Master of Petroleum Engineering
Master of Data Science
Master of Information Technology
Master of Interaction Design
Master of Integrated Water Management
Master of Mineral Resources (Specializations: Environment, Exploration, Minerals Industry Risk Management
Master of Science (Petroleum Engineering)
Master of Responsible Resource Development
The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology at UQ invites outstanding students with advanced standing credit to apply for scholarships to study at the University of Queensland. The scholarships are available for students applying for one of the following programs with credit from previous studies in
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