Single degree programs

 

 Single degrees (Students commencing in 2019 or after 2019)

 

Single degrees (Students commencing in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)

 

 

Single degrees (For existing students who started prior to 2015)

  

Guide to Industrial Training Requirement

Each student is personally responsible for ensuring the completion of the full 60 days compulsory industrial training prescribed as part of the requirements for the award of the degree. Industrial Training should be concurrent with enrolment and is best accumulated in the summer recesses at the end of Years 2 and 3, but must be completed by the end of Year 4.

Students should in general work with professional engineers and take an active part in their work in the design of equipment, solving of engineering problems, or any other work which is relevant to the profession of Engineering. At the end of each period of employment every student must submit a report, typically 2000-3000 words, summarising the work done, the training received and including a description of the organization of the Company. Industrial Training will be assessed as a compulsory part of the course ELEC4122 Strategic Leadership and Ethics. Students must complete the industrial training requirement in order to receive a completed assessment for this course.