Swinburne University has introduced its Bachelor of Engineering Practice (Honours), where students will join a simulated engineering practice, work as engineers in teams on industry projects and be supported by engineering mentors throughout the entire course.
Mining engineering graduates top the list of employable graduates, according to a study from Graduate Careers Australia.
A $1 million joint fund established by UNSW and the NSW mining industry will take the form of a scholarship offering up to 25 students over $48,000 each over four years.
The number of school leavers applying for engineering courses at Queensland universities has declined by 8 per cent compared to last year, according to data from the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre.
In a new report by Cebr, the engineering industry is examined on a global scale. This article will feature future trends, research and Engineering Index rankings, with a focus on where Australia stands on a global scale.
A proposed change to the Bachelor of Engineering degree at the University of Sydney could mean that students who receive pass marks will be admitted to the honours program.
Schneider electric has selected 100 teams for the semi-finals of its sixth annual edition of the Go Green in the City student competition.
STMicroelectronics has announced that its STM32 Nucleo Development Kit has been adopted by the School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science at Peking University and for the Xiao Gang Pao IoT development system by JUMA, an IoT software platform company.
Torrens University Australia is now accepting enrolments for two brand new, industry-aligned Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses that are being delivered at its dedicated postgraduate Business arm – Chifley Business School at Torrens University Australia.
The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (BPEQ) has announced a $12,000 partnership with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT).