Future Students
Here at the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, we have more than 60 years of experience. Students have five degree specialisations to choose from, and benefit from our passionate and inspiring teaching staff, brilliant research programs, state-of-the-art facilities, and strong links with industry leaders.
What is Mechanical Engineering?
The results of mechanical engineering are all around us. Every machine we use stems from the work of mechanical engineers - from planes and tractors, to conveyor belts and 3D printers. It looks to make life easier by improving efficiency, sustainability, and discovering new technologies.
Research
Whether they are discovering new medical diagnostics and treatments, developing autonomous urban transport systems, or inventing composite materials to revolutionise manufacturing processes, our renowned researchers in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering aim to make the future better for everyone.

Latest News & Events

Life Cycle Engineering is an approach to product design and manufacture that takes into account the entire product life cycle from beginning to end.
26 November 2014

How Life Cycle Engineering can make manufacturing more competitive

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13 November 2014

Three research groups from the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering have been awarded Discovery grants by the Australian Research Council.

NASA crash test with CRC_ACS designed subfloor installed in fuselage
27 October 2014

Researchers in UNSW’s School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering are working with NASA to improve the future safety of transport rotorcraft through helicopter crash tests.

6 January 2015
9.00am to 4.00pm

FEATURED: What is Mechanical Engineering at UNSW?

What is Mechanical Engineering at UNSW?

FEATURED: Engineers change lives

Studying Engineering at UNSW - TL2

Tsing Lee, BE(Mech)/MBiomedE

Engineers make things that change the lives of a large number of people.