Engineering is a force with which you can create profound change and improvement in society. Through study in this area, you will be empowered to tackle worldwide challenges and make an impact through engineering innovation. Embark on an engineering pathway and gain the skills needed to meet future global needs – from creating some of the biggest buildings, to designing minuscule electronic devices.
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Do you want to play a critical role to imagining and designing solutions to complex problems? Engineering allows you to do just that by exploring how things work and bringing creations to life, enabling a better society for all.
Engineering touches on many aspects of daily life, and there’s an area for you whatever your passion, from biomedical, civil and mechanical engineering, to environmental, chemical, mining and software engineering.
As new technology emerges, demand for engineering professionals rises. Employers are seeking graduates who are equipped with the technical skills and knowledge to adapt to and evolve with industry developments.
Develop your logical thinking and critical analytical skills in preparation for a career in a number of highly paid engineering fields.
- Strong links with industry mean you’ll work closely with prospective employers to build connections, knowledge and the most up-to-date, relevant and in-demand skill set.
- Graduate as an engineer who is connected, versatile, technically adept and an exceptional problem solver, setting you up for an exciting career.
- Hands-on intensives developing practical skills in 3D printing, welding, soldering and other tools relevant to your chosen career path.
- Enhance your employability while making connections in student clubs and societies, like Engineers Without Borders and Women in Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.
- Learn from and study alongside engaging and innovative lecturers and researchers who are making ongoing impact in the industry.
Discover UWA Engineering
The Engineering program at UWA has been developed with industry to equip you with the skills to succeed in your future careers. Become an industry-ready engineer in just four years with UWA’s Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).
EZONE UWA provides an unparalleled student experience, building an innovative and collaborative culture based on a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) capability like no other in the country.
Join our community of passionate and engaging engineers and engineers-in-training who are leading the future of sustainable, efficient and innovative engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Economics
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Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering
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- Integrated honours degrees
- Combined bachelor's degrees
- Associate degrees
- Master’s degrees
- Research degrees
UWA Engineering graduates are equipped to work in a range of diverse and exciting industries. With a strong basis in engineering foundations and specialised knowledge in your chosen field, a range of career opportunities will be available to you.
- Biomedical engineer
- Chemical engineer
- Materials engineer
- Civil engineer
- Electrical engineer
- Electronic engineer
- Environmental engineer
- Mechanical engineer
- Mining engineer
- Software engineer
- Automation lead
- Robotics system developer
- Robotics and automation technician
- Automation consultant
- Systems designer
Learn from our experts
Professor Anas GhadouaniTeaching, Research
Anas Ghadouani is a Professor of Environmental Engineering at The University of Western Australia where he leads a very successful research group (Aquatic, Ecology and Ecosystem Studies).Read more
Professor Melinda Hodkiewicz works across industry and academia. Through the BHP Fellowship-funded UWA System Health Lab, she brings a start-up mentality and leads technologically curious students to work on industry-motivated research projects.Read more
Dr Zachary Aman is the Chevron Woodside Chair for the Centre in Long Subsea Tiebacks and the Program Chair of the Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas, with research specialities in flow assurance and gas hydrates.Read more
Professor Yuxia Hu
Professor Yuxia Hu is a soil behaviour expert within UWA’s Department of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering.Read more
Dr Scott Draper’s research focuses on offshore fluid mechanics for both the oil and gas and ocean renewable energy industries. Using field data, laboratory testing and numerical modelling, Dr Draper undertakes innovative study in the ocean engineering field.Read more
Professor Britta Bienen
Dr Britta Bienen is a Professor at the UWA Oceans Graduate School and Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems. She is an Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, International Standards Organisation committee member and Lloyd’s Register Foundation Associate Professor.Read more
Charitha PattiaratchiTeaching, Research
Charitha Pattiaratchi is a professor of coastal oceanography and works within UWA’s Oceans Graduate School.Read more
Professor Christophe Gaudin
Head of the Oceans Graduate School, and Director of the Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems and the Wave Energy Research Centre.Read more
Dr Brendan Kennedy is Head of the Bioimaging Research and Innovation for Translational Engineering Lab (BRITElab) at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering at The University of Western Australia (UWA).Read more
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