Course code: #1856
These are mandatory and all come with course.
Mechatronic engineering is the combination of mechanical, electrical and computer technologies.
Industrial robots are a famous example of mechatronic engineering: computer-controlled mechanical arms capable of performing manual labour with greater strength, speed and efficiency than humans.
The typical first-year provides sound fundamentals in mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, computing, engineering science and communication, mechanics, materials and fluids.
Your degree includes a 12-week hands-on industry placement at the UoW.
You may gain credit for relevant work experience, either in Australia or overseas, by participating in the Professional Options Program.
The engineering students are trained through practical learning experiences, including:
In your third and fourth year of the major, you will branch into more specialised areas, including:
Control theory, microcontroller architecture and applications, electronics, mechanical engineering design, foundation in electrical energy utilisation, robotics and flexible automation.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,052|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$15,063|
If you do not already meet the English requirements for your chosen course, you can complete an English course at UOW College Australia.
UOW also recognises English language courses offered by some other colleges in Sydney.
A guide to the length of the English course you may need to study is provided below.
Please note that this table should only be considered a guide. Lower Writing scores may mean you'll need to study English for longer.
|Score at time of application||Estimated time required to reach IELTS entry score (weeks)|
* for students with 6.0 overall but 5.5 in either reading or writing
# for students with 5.5 overall but less than 5.0 in reading or writing
Applicants must have achieved the required score in a qualification equivalent to completing 13 years of schooling in Australia.
To succeed in your chosen course, it is assumed you have completed relevant subjects in your senior high school studies or other relevant qualifications.
This is particularly important for degrees with a strong basis in Mathematics or Science.
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