2016 STEM Guide

Our diverse degree options cover robotics, steel structures, space, power, energy technologies, sustainability and high-performance computing, medical imaging, software engineering and much more.

You might choose to broaden your career options even more by combining your engineering or IT degree with studies in architecture, arts, commerce, law, medical science or science. Then you can work as an IT expert with legal expertise in encryption and intellectual property, or set up your own engineering practice with your sound business skills.

If you're not yet sure how you'd like to specialise, our Flexible First Year program lets you keep your options open while you explore your own strengths and interests before you decide where you'd like to focus.

Whichever way you choose to structure it, your degree will offer you versatility and diversity - one day you might be crunching data from robot trials or testing chemical sprays in a lab, and the next day putting your ideas into practice in a paddock in rural NSW. And when you graduate, your options will be endless.

  • Degrees & Courses offered
    Information about degrees and courses offered.
  • Applying
    Information about admission, special entry and assistance for students.
  • Flexible Entry
    Our flexible entry scheme offers students who are just below the ATAR cut offs to be considered for entry based on good performance in maths, science, engineering studies, and other relevant issues.
  • Advanced Engineering and IT Program
    Information about the Advanced Engineering and IT Program.

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