The Engineering program at UWA has been developed in consultation with industry to equip students with the skills to succeed in their future careers. The course is built upon three core principles: Relevance, Integration and Excellence.
Engineering at UWA is relevant to the contemporary world of engineering, integrates knowledge, technical capability and practical skills to exceptional graduates. In this course, you'll complement your course content with work integrated learning (450-hour practical), co-curricular activities (including engineering clubs such as UWA Young Engineers, UWA Motorsport and specialisation specific clubs) and professional skills development to become part of the community of UWA engineering graduates preferred by industry for your technical skills, professional integrity and ability to solve complex open-ended problems.
In four years, you'll graduate as an industry-ready engineer specialising in your choice of Automation and Robotics, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Environmental, Mechanical, Mining or Software engineering.