Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies

Professor Archie Johnston

Would you like to be able to engineer creative and practical solutions that promote positive change worldwide?

We invite you to become part of our student community of independent thinkers who tackle the difficult questions and deliver sustainable solutions - we offer a diverse range of degree offerings across a wide range of study areas.

A solid foundation

We produce graduates with a solid understanding of the fundamentals as well as the ability to lead innovation and shape the future. We work with hundreds of organisations to support you through scholarships, vacation work and industry-sponsored projects. And you'll graduate with qualifications that are recognised worldwide. Our engineering degrees are accredited by Engineers Australia and our IT degrees by the Australian Computer Society.
Listen to what some of our current students have to say about what it's like to study with us.

Experts in their field

The outstanding calibre of our academic staff means we consistently rank among the top one percent of research universities in the world. As a student, you'll be taught by some of these leading researchers, and in some cases you'll have the chance to contribute to their work. The research undertaken in the faculty is multidisciplinary and centred around the key themes of biomedical engineering and technology, clean energy, complex systems, materials and structures, robotics and water and the environment. For those considering a career in research, our faculty has a large number of research opportunities.

Student environment

Incorporating technology and equipment for interactive study, research and collaboration, our labs, teaching spaces and learning hubs are designed to help you get the most out of your learning experience. Read more about our precinct revitalisation project. See what fun activities our students get up to on campus.

Student life

You might spend part of your degree overseas, or you might choose to work with local communities, or even become a student mentor, tutor or ambassador. We have over ten different student clubs and societies and even a Formula Society of Automotive Engineers team who design, construct and race a small racing car each year. Students with outstanding academic ability can also join the Advanced Engineering and Talented IT programs . How ever you choose to get involved, you'll be doing it alongside a passionate group of students who are all interested in making a genuine difference within our own community and beyond.

So come and join us, a faculty that inspires, challenges and supports tomorrow's leaders.

Professor Archie Johnston