Engineering and Technology

Engineering student

Bachelor of Engineering (Flexible First Year)

One year full-time
UAC code: 511756

If you’re thinking of studying engineering or IT at Sydney but you’re unsure what area you’d like to specialise in, our Flexible First Year gives you the freedom of choice and time to discover where your true strengths and interests are in engineering and IT. Flexible First Year allows you to transfer at the end of Semester 1, or at the end of your first year, to one of the many specialisations we offer. We keep all your options open, so you can change direction without affecting the duration of your course.

E12 entrants to Flexible First Year are guaranteed articulation to Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering, or the BST (Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology). You can transfer to a course with a higher ATAR admission in second year, depending on your ATAR and academic performance in your first year. Generally, you will need a credit average (65 percent) for ATAR courses in the low 90s range and a distinction average (75 percent) for those in the high 90s range. If you have already achieved the required ATAR for a course, then entry into that course is assured.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.


Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Advanced Engineering)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511700

This program is open to students who demonstrate outstanding academic ability. You will undertake advanced engineering units covering topics such as sustainability and humanitarian issues, business planning and strategy, technology and education. You will also participate in small groups working on problems relevant to the community. You may take any engineering stream within this program.

The Advanced Engineering stream is open to students who demonstrate outstanding academic ability. Advanced engineering units are integrated within your chosen stream. These units are challenging and may cover such topics as sustainability and humanitarian issues, business planning and strategy or technology and education. You will also participate in small, supervised project groups on problems relevant to the community.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 95.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Aeronautical)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511716

This degree will provide you with a complex understanding of the design of a flight vehicle and a knowledge of aerodynamics, propulsion systems, structural design, materials, avionics, and stability and control systems. Your studies will cover the development and operation of aircraft both within the Earth's atmosphere and in space, from design and manufacture through maintenance and operation.

You will also learn that maintaining and operating a flight vehicle requires an understanding of materials, reliability and maintenance, structural analysis for necessary repairs, together with knowledge of the disciplines within the design process.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511758

This degree covers all aspects of biomedical engineering, including biomedical technology, biology, biomechanics, biomaterials, orthopaedic engineering, tissue engineering, medical regulation, bioelectronics, medical instrumentation, and computational simulation of biomedical systems.

This degree includes electives that provide opportunities for both breadth and depth as well as the option of a wide range of majors, including information technology, mechanical, mechatronic, electrical, or chemical engineering.

Biomedical Engineering combine knowledge of electronic, mechanical, chemical and materials engineering, with the life sciences of medicine, biology and molecular biology. Biomedical devices support and enhance human life, help individuals to overcome physical disabilities, aid in delivering medical procedures, and test and deliver data which improve health and safety.

Biomedical engineers work with doctors and medical scientists, researching and designing ways to improve health care and medical services. They may be involved in the development of medical products and different types of equipment used to monitor and treat patients, and in designing and improving equipment for disabled people.

Many Biomedical Engineering students have gone on to do Graduate Medicine at the University of Sydney.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Chemical and Biomolecular)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511735

During this degree you will learn to develop creative solutions in the areas of chemical, combustion, environmental, petroleum and water engineering as well as explore how to transform raw materials into useful products using chemistry, biology and physics. Your studies will include the newer fields of nanotechnology and molecular biology that are revolutionising the energy and storage systems, food production and healthcare industries.

Chemical engineers are agents in the drive to ensure a sustainable society. Throughout the Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Chemical and Biomolecular) practical applications are used in teaching and learning and there is a strong interaction with industry through work experience and study projects.

You will explore the challenges faced by process industries, including the chemicals, minerals, energy and agriculture, food, beverage, and pharmaceuticals sectors. The extraction of raw materials from the earth without harming the environment is a major area of work for chemical and biomolecular engineers.

As a graduate, you will be at the forefront of an industry in which new types of fuels which can be used safely to provide the energy we need, without having an adverse effect on the environment, are currently being developed and tested. Chemical and biomolecular engineers are also involved in the production of pharmaceutical, cosmetic and personal care products as diverse as penicillin and shampoo.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511741

This degree will teach you about planning, designing and testing structures within the built environment, including buildings, roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, dams, and ports, as well as systems for managing water and sewerage. Core units of study will enable you to master the foundations of civil engineering before specialising in your chosen major.

Much of the physical infrastructure of our modern society is designed and built by civil engineers. The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil Engineering) will teach you about planning, designing and testing structures within the built environment.

You will develop professional technical, managerial, organisational, financial, environmental and problem solving skills in the discipline. You may become responsible for the design and construction of our transport systems, the design and management of our gas and water supply, sewerage systems, harbours, airports or railways.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Electrical)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511747

This degree includes foundations in physics, mathematics, computer science and basic electrical engineering principles, on which further studies in electrical circuits, electronics and computer systems, signals and communications, and power and energy systems and management are based. Your studies will involve extensive computer-based problem-solving projects and aspects of modern workplace management.

Electrical engineering encompasses electronic, computer systems, telecommunications, control and electrical power engineering. It is concerned with the way electrical energy is produced and used in homes, the community and industry.

Electrical engineers design and build the systems and machines that generate, transmit, measure, control and use electrical energy essential to modern life.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechanical)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511729

This degree covers all aspects of mechanical engineering including power generation, transport, building services, machinery, manufacturing, computer-aided design, advanced materials and environmental studies. You will learn how to analyse mechanical design using the principles of motion, energy and force to ensure the safety and reliability of products, and you will understand how efficient systems and processes support the manufacture of products at a competitive cost.

Mechanical engineers design and develop everything you think of as a machine - from supersonic fighter jets to bicycles and toasters. The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechanical Engineering) will teach you how to design a mechanical component, a whole machine, a mechanical system and a mechanical process.

As a mechanical engineer, you'll be involved in the design, management and maintenance of a diverse range of mechanical applications. These could include power generation and transport systems, environmental systems, renewable energy, computing and biomedical systems, advanced materials, manufacturing, oil and gas exploration, or vehicle and engine design.

The application of mechanical engineering knowledge has enormous potential, ensuring a high level of demand among employers in both commercial and industrial fields.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechatronic)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511730

Mechatronics combines mechanical, electronic and software engineering to create computer controlled machines and consumer products. It is the technology that underpins robotic and autonomous systems, automated manufacturing and intelligent microprocessor-systems, automated manufacturing and intelligent microprocessor-based products. This degree places strong emphasis on the development of skills in digital electronics, microprocessors, computer control, and software design in a mechanical engineering environment.

Management and communications are an integral part of this course. Mechatronic engineers are involved in the application of electronics, computer systems and control theory to automate mechanical systems, as well as in the design and development of electro-mechanical systems. They are also involved in designing automated vehicle navigation systems using GPS, designing process control systems for chemical production industries, designing and implementing computer controlled machine monitoring systems, designing micro machines, project management, inventing new products and processes or acting as aid workers to provide engineering services to developing nations.

Mechatronic engineers use their skills in a diverse range of industries, including automobile and household appliance manufacturing, mining, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, stevedoring, construction, agriculture, defence, computer system and software design, software product development consultancy, and commercial product design and development. Your mechatronic degree will equip you with the knowledge and expertise you'll need to rise to the exciting challenges of this continually evolving field.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Software)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511753

This degree prepares you for a role as a software engineer, development manager, applications programmer, analyst, consultant or software innovator. You will learn all aspects of software production, from strategy and design to coding, quality and management. You will cover foundation units on which further studies in software design, development, security and management are built.

Software engineers design and develop computer games, business applications, operating systems and network control systems. They must be experts in the theory of computing systems, the structure of software, and the nature and limitations of hardware to ensure that the underlying systems will work properly. The tasks performed by software engineers evolve quickly, reflecting changes in technology and new areas of specialisation, as well as the changing practices of employers and industry.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Space Engineering)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511734

This major is available to students undertaking aeronautical, mechanical or mechatronic engineering streams. You will study all facets of space engineering, including orbital mechanics, space vehicles, ground station infrastructure, space avionics and space robotics. The space engineering major at Sydney is the only program of its kind offered in Australia. Entry is competitive and is on the basis of ATAR or equivalent.


Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 95.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Commerce

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511760

This combined degree program is designed to extend the management component of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours. You can combine any of the engineering streams with a Bachelor of Commerce. In addition to your engineering stream, this program allows you to complete one major and one minor in any area of commerce.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Commerce are offered in a combined degree that will allow you to graduate with two qualifications after five years of study.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) and Bachelor of Design in Architecture

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511762

This combined degree offers you the opportunity to study both civil engineering and architectural design simultaneously over five years. Your engineering studies will teach you to analyse the forces within a structure and to design its skeleton to support these forces, while your architectural studies will emphasise the conceptual and aesthetic aspects of the design process.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) and Bachelor of Design in Architecture is a combined degree that caters for the emerging need for professionals who can work across architectural and structural engineering design. The Bachelor of Design in Architecture can only be combined with the Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) award.

You will study conceptual and aesthetic aspects of the design process in architectural studies, while learning about planning, designing and testing structures within the built environment. This overarching course of study will provide you with a holistic approach to the design of our built environment and with skills that will encourage greater diversity and ingenuity in the design and construction of our buildings.

This combined degree is distinct from the "Architectural Engineering" degrees offered at other universities, nationally and internationally, in that graduates will receive Bachelor degrees in both Engineering and Design in Architecture. The combined degree, therefore, provides pathways to both professions.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 90.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Science

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511770

This combined degree emphasises the strong scientific foundations of engineering. It will expand your career options by giving you two qualifications with just one extra year of study. In addition to your engineering stream, you will complete a major in science. You can combine any engineering stream with a Bachelor of Science.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours emphasises practical aspects of science and technology, while the Bachelor of Science emphasises fundamental principles. The combined degree allows for major study in two areas of science. You will complete science units of study in each year of the course, and major in a science subject area from first to third year.

Selection of your engineering stream will take place at enrolment. Note that although you may have achieved the ATAR or equivalent for admission to the combined degree, you must also achieve the ATAR or equivalent for the engineering stream you wish to pursue as part of the combination. If you elect to undertake the Bachelor of Science in the Advanced or Advanced Mathematics stream, you must also achieve the ATAR for the relevant individual science stream.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Arts

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511780

This combined degree allows you to study engineering while pursuing your interests in the humanities, social sciences or languages. You can combine any of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours streams with a Bachelor of Arts.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Arts is a combined degree that will give you two qualifications with just one extra year of study and expand your career options in the humanities, social sciences and technologies sectors. The Bachelor of Engineering Honours emphasises practical aspects of science and technology while the Bachelor of Arts provides choices which balance and complement the Bachelor of Engineering Honours. You will pursue choices which balance and complement the Bachelor of Engineering Honours. You will pursue academic interests outside the engineering field and graduate as an engineer with all-round professional abilities.

The Bachelor of Arts offers a range of subject areas unmatched by any other university in Australia. More than 15 languages are offered at beginners or advanced level along with choices in 50 other areas, each of which offers specialist units of study.

Selection of your engineering stream will take place at enrolment. Note that, although you may have achieved the ATAR or equivalent to the combined degree, you must also achieve the ATAR or equivalent for the engineering stream you wish to pursue at part of the combination.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Project Management

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511784

In this combined degree you will develop technical expertise in our chosen engineering stream and complementary project management skills. Along with engineering, you will study core project management subjects including project finance, complex project coordination, analytics, risk management, organisation behaviour and psychology. You can combine any of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours streams with a Bachelor of Project Management.

Developed in response to increasing industry demand, the Bachelor of Project Management is the world's first specialised undergraduate project management degree. Based on a complex systems approach, it uses multidisciplinary theories and methods to investigate a particular phenomenon from a holistic viewpoint. Combined degree graduates will be uniquely qualified and highly sought after as professional engineers with the additional ability to manage large-scale complex engineering projects.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Medical Science

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511790

This five-year combined degree links the core elements of engineering and medical science. The technology-based engineering skills you develop during your studies will be complemented by skills in medical sciences. It forms an ideal base for postgraduate research or graduate studies in medicine or dentistry. You can combined any of the Bachelor of Engineering Honours streams with a Bachelor of Medical Science.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Medical Science links the core elements of the engineering and medical sciences degrees and is designed for those students interested in spanning engineering and medical sciences in future endeavours.

As a graduate, you will be able to adapt to the changing needs of their profession as a result of the multidisciplinary study offered in this degree. This combined degree also forms an ideal base for your future postgraduate research in the biomedical field, or for vocational coursework programs such as graduate medicine or graduate dentistry.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Music Studies

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511792

This five-year combined degree provides you with an opportunity to pursue your passions in both the technical and artistic arenas. This unique program allows you to explore the synergies between the rule-based domains of music and engineering, bringing together your musical creativity with your creative thinking skills.

As a graduate from this combined degree program, you will be uniquely qualified with a distinctive skill set and the ability to apply your knowledge to problem solve in creative ways. Those with significant musical talent will have the ability to pursue this passion at a tertiary level whilst also gaining a professional engineering qualification.

You will study the Bachelor of Music with the University's Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the nation's premier tertiary music institution. Their degree options underscore four key areas: performance, composition, contemporary music practice and musicology.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours program offers a wide variety of engineering disciplines to choose from, including aeronautical, space, mechanical, mechatronic, biomedical, chemical and biomolecular, civil, electrical, power and software.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Admission to this course will also require the applicant to complete a music skills test or jazz aptitude test and to meet criteria for their chosen principal study:

a) Composition: submission of at least three compositions in different performance media and to attend an interview;

b) Contemporary Music Practice: submission of a portfolio for pre-assessment, and if successful, attend an interview;

c) Musicology: presentation of an example of recent written work and attendance at an interview; or

c) Performance: undertaking of a practical audition in the nominated instrument or in voice.

Bachelor of Project Management

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511785

This degree is unlike any other project management degree in Australia and will provide you with the fundamental project management skills, theories, and methods required in today's complex business environment. Subjects include project finance, statistics, analytics, risk management, organisational behaviour and psychology. You can choose a stream from civil engineering science, built environment or software.

This program covers the fundamentals of project management in an industry context. Project managers help organisations deliver new products, services, and infrastructure. They manage and implement new systems and processes and they effect change within organisations. Based on a complex systems approach, it uses multidisciplinary theories and methods to investigate a particular phenomenon from a holistic viewpoint. It will provide you with fundamental project management skills that can be applied across any industry,

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Project Management and Bachelor of Arts

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511783

This five-year combined degree will provide you with fundamental practical and behavioural project management skills whilst allowing you to explore your arts and humanities interests and passions. It offers the broad flexibility of an arts degree along with project management methodologies and competencies, giving you valuable skills to enhance your career opportunities.

This unique combined degree will equip you with the technical expertise and highly developed soft skills required to successfully manage projects. This will be complemented with the lifelong communication, research, and critical thinking skills that are acquired from an arts degree.

The Bachelor of Project Management takes an innovative and dynamic approach to projects that can be applied to a variety of situations, from the delivery of new organisational systems and process, to disease and disaster recovery scenarios. The Bachelor of Arts offers a myriad of choices across more than 45 subject areas, and the ability to tailor your studies to suit your interests. Whether you wish to learn a new language, study the great works of literature, or uncover archaeological remains, our arts and social sciences courses will stretch and challenge you to think differently.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511795

The Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology (BCST) will prepare you to work at the cutting edge of information technology. After you have completed core studies in programming, databases, systems analysis, and professional IT practice, you will pursue a course of study along one of two streams: information systems or computer science.

The information systems stream comprises the study of the direct application of software design and development to the business domain. You will gain an understanding of the principles and techniques involved in the analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of computer systems within a business environment.

The computer science stream involves the study of computers and computer programs. You will excel in this stream if you're more technically-minded and want to contribute to the future development and support of computer technology.

You're encouraged to explore your interests by enrolling in units from a range of other disciplines such as psychology, languages, biology, philosophy, geography or commerce. This study experience provides domain-specific knowledge useful to the application of information technologies in that area.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 75.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology (Advanced)

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511796

This degree is a more challenging variant of the Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology and will appeal to you if you have substantial programming experience. Irt has the same flexible structure however you will undertake more advanced units where more sophisticated and challenging topics are covered in areas such as networking, human-computer interaction, graphics, object-oriented design, internet software platforms, artificial intelligence, and e-business analysis and design.

As in the Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology, all students will enrol in one of two streams: information systems or computer science.

An additional honours year is available to eligible students.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Information Technology

Four years full-time
UAC code: 511797

If you are technically minded and want to work on extending the cutting edge of information technology and business innovation, this is the degree for you. You can choose one of two streams- information systems or computer science- and will enjoy considerable flexibility within your study, emerging equipped to take advantage of the opportunities in this demanding and dynamic field.

If you're planning to pursue a career as a multi-skilled leader in IT, our Bachelor of Information Technology has been developed in extensive consultation with industry.

The information systems stream comprises the study of the direct application of software design and development to the business domain. You will gain an understanding of the principles and techniques involved in the analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of computer systems within a business environment.

The computer science stream involves the study of computers and computer programs.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Commerce

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511761

This combined degree program is designed to extend the management component of the Bachelor of Information Technology and further satisfy the increasing demand for IT professionals with business skills. You will undertake one major from the University of Sydney Business School and one of two IT streams: computer science or information systems.

You will learn skills and vocabulary from both disciplines and have the opportunity to undertake project-based units of study and industry internships. The aim is to produce graduates with exceptional skills in both IT and business and help shape them into the future captains and leaders of the industry.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Medical Science

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511763

This five-year combined degree will allow you to complement your IT skills with those from medical science, biomedicine, and bioinformatics. You will choose either computer science or information systems for your IT stream while also studying foundation science followed by senior units of study in the clinical sciences, choosing from anatomy and histology, biochemistry, biology (genetics), history and philosophy of science, immunology, infectious diseases, microbiology, pharmacology, pathology and physiology.

The demand for graduates qualified in IT and medical science is expected to soar as medical science research becomes increasingly dependant on IT.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Science

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511764

This combined degree program emphasises the natural synergy between science and technology. In your IT studies you can pursue either computer science or information systems subjects, while also completing core units in selected science areas such as mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, geography, or psychology.

The Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Science is a combined curse of study that emphasises the natural synergy between information technology and science: all science areas involve using information technology and many science graduates work in information technology.

You will be a graduate who can look forward to career options in both IT and science. This combined degree meets a strong need from industry for employees who have both extensive technical understanding of IT and essential skills in one or two science areas.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.

Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Arts

Five years full-time
UAC code: 511765

This combined degree allows you to study IT while pursuing your interests in the humanities, social sciences or languages. You can choose an IT stream in either computer science or information systems, and complete one arts major and other elective units of study from areas as diverse as linguistics, anthropology, cultural studies, film studies, digital cultures, or a range of languages.

As a graduate of this combined course of study you will have the technical expertise to shape and manage current and emerging technology complemented with the lifelong communication, research and critical thinking skills that are acquired from an arts degree. Graduates from the Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Arts combined degree will be well positioned to take on a career in a wide variety of fields.

Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Mathematics (not General), or equivalent IB subject.


Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid January, to assist with enrolment enquiries
  • Personalised enrolment assistance if required
  • Welcome session for students and parents or support people (in conjunction with orientation)
  • "On Track" meeting with the Coordinator/Advisor during the semester if required