Course code: #354JA
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If you are an existing engineering graduate looking for career progression, then the University of Canberra's Master of Engineering offers the chance to gain an advanced qualification in a field of your choice and help put you on the right path to success.
As part of this course, you will also undertake considerable practical work experience, a unique opportunity designed to expand your knowledge and network base while simultaneously strengthening your ability to meet the complex demands of the information and telecommunications industries.
Towards the end of the course, you will also get to undertake a major research project, allowing you to create and implement high-quality information systems for real-life practical situations.
This course has been specifically designed to help you graduate with advanced knowledge and skills to confidently and competently assume a senior position within your specialisation – regardless of whether you have chosen a network or software engineering pathway.
Engineering majors include Network Engineering and Software Engineering.
Work-integrated learning (WIL) is an integral component of the UC Master of Engineering course.
It allows students to gain valuable hands-on experience and build professional relationships through real work or work-like placements.
To help encourage on-the-job learning, UC works hard to foster close industry connections with professional organisations.
As a result, it can offer unrivalled access to industry partners with the knowledge and resources to provide top-level work placement positions and training opportunities.
You must undertake a minimum of 12 weeks of professional work placement as part of your studies.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,700|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,250|
UC College offers English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at the University of Canberra College English Language Centre (UCCELC), conveniently located on the Bruce campus in Canberra.
|Course||Entry requirement||Lead to|
|General English||IELTS 4.0||(AE1)|
|Academic English1(AE1)||IELTS 4.5||(AE2)|
|Academic English2(AE2)||IELTS 5.0||(AE3)|
|Academic English3(AE3)||IELTS 5.5|
UC undergraduate degrees
|Academic English4(AE14)||IELTS 6.0||University’s Master’s degrees|
A 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree or equivalent, or a 3-year bachelor's degree accredited by Engineers Australia at Technologist level or equivalent.
Or graduates from the following University of Canberra degrees:
If you’re an international student who has already completed an undergraduate degree but don’t currently meet the minimum requirements for a University of Canberra master’s degree, the Graduate Certificate in Academic Foundations (GCAF) could be the alternative entry pathway program you’re looking for.
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