Areas of Study
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies is ranked among the world’s top 35 engineering and information technology faculties in the 2011-12 Times Higher Education rankings.
Our diverse degree offerings cover areas including robotics, steel structures, space, power, energy technologies, project management, sustainability and high performance computing, medical imaging, biomedical engineering and much more.
If you're not sure which area to specialise in, our Flexible First Year program gives you the time and freedom to discover where your strengths and interests lie before committing to a particular stream.
Watch our interactive workshop video and see what studying engineering, IT and project management is really like.
Areas of study:
- Aeronautical engineering
- Biomedical engineering
- Chemical and biomolecular engineering
- Civil engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Space engineering