Our engineering graduates can be found in a broad range of careers and roles, including all branches of engineering such as civil, chemical, mechanical, mechatronic, biomolecular and space. They work in robotics, transport and logistics, agribusiness and renewable energy; in building design, construction, communications, medical device manufacturing and disaster recovery.
Our arts graduates become aid workers, criminologists, diplomats, historians, librarians, linguists, market researchers, policy analysts, public relations advisers, publishers, translators and writers. They work in government departments at all levels, and major private sector consultancies and corporations, locally and overseas. They develop careers in administration, education, business research, marketing, media, management consultancy, public relations, gallery and museum curatorship, hospitality and tourism, community and welfare.
Our arts and engineering graduates are proficient in research and inquiry, and demonstrate personal and intellectual autonomy, along with ethical, social and professional understanding – qualities sought by leading employers the world over.