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Engineering degrees

Overview

If you’re curious about the way things work, want to generate positive change or just feel your most satisfied when you’re optimising processes, an engineering degree is your next best step. Be at the forefront of today’s technological world and make a real impact - at UniSQ. Our exceptional agricultural engineering courses, along with our course offerings in the areas of computing, electronics, mining and infrastructure will get you industry-ready. Combining practical experience, invaluable industry networking opportunities and engaging teaching methods, our engineering degrees will prepare you to make a valuable difference from your very first graduate position.

Join our community of engineering graduates who have gone on to drive innovation, achieve award-winning breakthroughs in research, and contribute to future-proofing the nation. Discover our range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees today and start building your future.

One of a kind

The only university in Australia to offer degrees in Agricultural Engineering and Agricultural Technology Management.

Leading the way

UniSQ is revolutionising the Australian infrastructure industry through civil composites research.

Set up for success

Rated 5/5 stars for undergraduate starting salary in Engineering and Technology (Good Universities Guide 2024).

40+ years’ experience delivering flexible courses

Ƶ Engineering online and build practical skills via on-campus residential schools and UniSQ's Remote Access Laboratories.

Global industry collaborations

UniSQ works with world-leading organisations, such as John Deere, to develop technologies for smart precision agriculture.

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Make a difference to millions of people around the world

Imagine a world full of self-driving vehicles, high-speed travel, or efficient energy systems. Engineers are crucial to the continuous improvement of society’s infrastructure.

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Why study Engineering?
Getting an Engineering degree in Australia unlocks doors to fascinating growth industries and meaningful work across a variety of different fields. An Engineering degree will give you the tools and training you need to take your problem-solving abilities into the real world, and enact serious change for a better future. From challenges of sustainability to breakthroughs in smart precision agriculture and the sphere of high-speed travel, studying engineering allows you to be at the cutting edge of solutions for a more efficient and effective tomorrow.
What can I do with a degree in Engineering?

If you’re interested in how things work, there’s an engineering course to suit your interests. At UniSQ, we offer engineering uni courses in Civil, Agricultural and Environmental, Computer Systems, Mining, Electrical and Power, Infrastructure Management, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering

Why study Engineering with UniSQ?

As the only university in Australia to offer engineering degrees in Agricultural Engineering and Agricultural Technology Management, UniSQ is uniquely equipped with the industry connections to kickstart your career from your very first day of study. We’re ranked five out of five stars for undergraduate starting salaries in Engineering and Technology according to the Good Universities Guide, 2023. When you study engineering courses UniSQ, you’ll get the best of industry-specific knowledge from engaging teachers.

Scholarships

Whether it's recognition of your academic achievement or a chance to make university a reality, there's a UniSQ scholarship for you. View our scholarships in Engineering, check your eligibility and apply today (you can even apply for more than one)!

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