Are you keen to tackle global 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 world's biggest buildings, to designing minuscule electronic devices. With a UWA postgraduate degree, you can learn from reputable thought leaders and build strong, lifelong connections.
1st in Australia and 12th in the world for Marine/Ocean Engineering (ARWU 2018)
Student startups include: Fleet Engineering, Wearhawk and Mapizy
33rd in the world for Civil and Structural Engineering (QS 2019)
Available in Semester 1, 2020
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UWA’s global research collaborations and strong connections with industry leaders provide students and graduates with a critical edge. Our corporate supporters influence our courses and teaching practices to stay at the forefront of industry trends and developments. They also provide guest lectures, case studies, mentoring and a suite of scholarships and prizes to support our students as they achieve at the highest level.
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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
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