Course code: #40371
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You may develop software for digital forensics analysis to help fight crime, or work in defence and combat cyber attacks.
You could design wearable health management devices or write software that powers robotically assisted surgery.
In this program at The University of Newcastle, you'll learn to design the best software architecture solutions, as well as to coordinate the implementation, integration and testing.
Software engineering is behind much of the everyday technology we take for granted, from computer software and mobile phones to digital televisions, computer games and online banking.
Learn critical technical and software engineering skills in database management systems, enterprise software architectures, formal languages and automata, programming languages and paradigms, software architecture and quality management, and software development.
Gain invaluable practical experience through your industry placement.
Become job-ready through professional practice courses.
You'll learn to tackle ‘wicked problems’ and develop essential workplace skills in finance, project management, sustainability, communication and entrepreneurism.
Hands-on practical experience:
build vital professional networks and hands-on industry experience with 12 weeks of professional practice throughout your degree.
All University of Newcastle engineering students has the opportunity to complete 12 weeks of industrial experience during their degree.
Through your work placement, you’ll build important professional networks and put your learning into practice.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,148|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,900|
English language skills test equivalence: IELTS 6
TOEFL IBT: 60-78 with a Writing score of 21-23, Speaking 18-19, Reading 13-18, and Listening 12-19
PTE: 50-57 with all bands 54
Cambridge: 169 -175 with all bands 169
The University of Newcastle offers a wide range of intensive English language programs to help students achieve their goal of studying at the University of Newcastle.
|Course Name||Duration||Entry Requirements||Lead to|
|English Language Bridging - Elementary||10 weeks||IELTS 4.0||Intermediate|
|English Language Bridging - Intermediate||10 weeks||IELTS 5.0||Upper-Intermediate|
|English Language Bridging - Upper-Intermediate||10 weeks||IELTS 5.5||Advanced English|
|Advanced (EAP)||10 weeks||IELTS 6.0||Undergraduate & Postgraduate Coursework Program|
Students with an offer for Undergraduate programs may enter Upper Intermediate English with an IELTS score of 5.0Upper-Intermediate
Students with an offer for Undergraduate programs may enter this course with an IELTS score of 5.5.
Applicants who have achieved less than Band 5 may be admitted to the program but may need additional studies to complete the program's requirements successfully.
Applicants who have completed HSC Mathematics General 2 may be admitted to the program but can expect to undertake additional studies to complete the program's requirements successfully
Compulsory Program Requirements:
Industrial Experience is a compulsory requirement of the program.
It includes 4 weeks undertaken as part of your in-program WIL experience (ENGG3000) and an additional 8 weeks (totalling 12 weeks).
Admission to undergraduate degree programs usually requires successful completion of a senior secondary school qualification similar to the Higher School Certificate (HSC), the highest educational award in New South Wales schools.
China (Peoples’ Republic) National Entrance Examination (Gaokao): 487 out of 750 (64.9%)
The University of Newcastle College of International Education Foundation Studies Program can be completed in either two or three trimesters and is designed to prepare international students for university study, both academically and socially.
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