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Ready to study in 2018? Choose ECU
Our School of Engineering is one of the fastest growing engineering schools in Australia.
It’s a place where you'll experience world-class engineering facilities in a supportive learning environment.
You’ll gain valuable practical experience at our advanced labs and workshops.
And our close collaboration with industry bodies means you'll be prepared for the engineering challenges of the real world – with a foot in the door before you graduate.
Our Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports) program has been judged one of the most innovative university courses in Australia.
At the recent Australian Awards for University Teaching ceremony, the federal Education Minister, Simon Birmingham presented ECU staff with the award for Programs that Enhance Learning.
Graduates from the course have gone on to work with Supercar Championship, NASCAR and other race teams around the world.
ECU is offering scholarships valued at $20,000 to high performing Year 12 students who wish to study Engineering in 2019.
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If you're awarded a conditional scholarship and make ECU your first preference on TISC, you'll receive $20,000, paid as $5000 per year over 4 years, or pro rata, once you become an enrolled student at ECU.
With the support of an ECU scholarship, we can help you realise your ambitions by improving your financial situation and enabling you to successfully complete your course.
We're excited to offer engineering degree courses unique to Western Australia or Australia, giving you a competitive edge in high demand areas of the profession.
Engineering and Technology degrees can be started at our South West Campus in Bunbury from 2016.
Students can study the first year of the 4-year degree in Bunbury, before completing the course at our Joondalup Campus.
This is a great opportunity for South West students to make professional connections with local industry through internships and site visits, and especially valuable if they return home after completing their degree.
The initiative has been enthusiastically supported by South West industry, where resources and construction are large employers.
When you study engineering at ECU, we'll literally take you outside your comfort zone.
As well as spending time in lectures and labs, your engineering course will involve at least 12 weeks of practical work experience in the engineering industry. This is a great way to kickstart your career.
Our Engineering courses are also accredited by Engineers Australia, so you'll be eligible for Graduate Professional Membership when you complete your course.
And best of all, as these courses are recognised under the Washington Accord, you'll graduate ready to design, test, build and solve engineering challenges anywhere in the world.
To help you choose a career direction, we've grouped similar fields of work into study areas across ECU – Engineering and Technology is one of those study areas.
Within each study area you can choose a degree, for example a Bachelor of Engineering or a Bachelor of Technology.
For some degrees, like a Bachelor of Technology, you can choose a speciality, or major, like Aeronautical, Electronic and Computer Systems or Motorsports.
We also offer Engineering Honours degrees in Civil, Chemical, Mechanical and other disciplines.
And postgraduate degrees are available through coursework or research. For example, you can study our Research Master's degree for a Master of Engineering Science.
There is a growing demand in high-technology industries and research centres for engineers with knowledge and professional skills in business, management and areas of science.
We offer a range of double degrees to meet this demand:
Become the master of your future with one of our postgraduate engineering degrees:
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The field of Engineering covers many disciplines and leads to a huge variety of rewarding careers.
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If you're looking for an engineering university, you've come to the right place.
As an ECU Engineering student, your learning experience is like no other, thanks to the facilities you’ll find inside our multi-million dollar purpose-built engineering and technology building.
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Our world-class facilities include purpose-built labs and project spaces. The Engineering building also contains sustainable systems and infrastructure that decrease its carbon footprint, and provide students access to real systems for sustainable energy education.
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For the 11th year in a row, ECU graduates have given a 5-star rating for teaching quality in the 2018 Good Universities Guide.
This record is unmatched by all but two other Australian universities.
ECU has also received the highest student satisfaction rating of all public universities in the 2017 Australian Government QILT survey.
More than 86% of our students rated their overall university experience positively.
Our diverse range of Engineering courses attracts an equally diverse group of students.
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"My passion for motorsport led me to this course, all the way from Sydney."
"This is the only fully accredited motorsport course in the southern hemisphere. Having lecturers with past experience in Motorsports has meant we’ve been very competitive in the Motorsport industry in the FSAE competitions. Part of the course involves building a 600 cc Formula SAE car that we then compete in around the world. Last year we took the car we designed and built over to the Silverstone Circuit in the UK for the Formula Student competition where we won the Mercedes AMG Petronas Internal Combustion Award and the Jaguar Land Rover Innovation in Internal Combustion Engine Award. It was an amazing experience. "
Motorsports Technology student
"At ECU the learning experience is more personalised so you feel less like a number and more like a person."
"I switched to ECU from another university when I heard about the Ocean Engineering course. I believe this course has the best course structure because of its partnership with the Australian Maritime College. After embarking on this course, I have become aware of how strong the demand is for Ocean engineers, which has motivated me even further. At ECU the learning experience is more personalised so you feel less like a number and more like a person. The lecturers genuinely care about your education and are always there to help and support you."
Ocean Engineering student
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