Undergraduate

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Become an industry-ready engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

80
Minimum ATAR
4
Years Full-Time

Majors available

Automation and Robotics Engineering

Become an industry-ready automation and robotics engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering takes engineering design and principles together with computing, mathematics, life sciences and medicine to improve diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease and disability.

Chemical Engineering

Become an industry-ready chemical engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Civil Engineering

Become an industry-ready accredited civil engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Become an industry-ready electrical and electronic engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Environmental Engineering

Become an industry-ready environmental engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Mechanical Engineering

Become an industry-ready mechanical engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Mining Engineering

Become an industry-ready mining engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Software Engineering

Become an industry-ready software engineer with real-world experience in just four years. Graduate with the key skills and qualities employers need in new engineers to succeed in their rapidly evolving sectors

Careers and further study

Entry requirements

Admission requirements

To be considered for this course you need to: 

  • achieve a minimum ATAR of 80
  • demonstrate English language competence
  • completed prerequisite: Mathematics Methods ATAR
  • at least one of the following three subjects: Mathematics Specialist ATAR, Chemistry ATAR or Physics ATAR*

View our admission requirements for specific information, depending on your education history.

*All four subjects are recommended. If you do not have all four subjects you will need to complete extra units in first year, which may mean taking additional units to meet the course requirements. 

Admission entry to UWA 

We offer a number of other pathways for you to gain entry into our undergraduate degrees if you do not meet the standard admission requirements. Learn more about our admission entry pathways.

If you don’t meet these entry requirements, you can apply for admission to the Bachelor of Science and subsequently apply to transfer into this course, subject to meeting course transfer requirements set out in the course rules.

About the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

The Engineering program at UWA has been developed with industry to equip you with the skills to succeed in your future careers. The course is built upon three core principles: Relevance, Integration and Excellence. Engineering at UWA is relevant to the contemporary world of engineering, integrates knowledge, technical capability and practical skills to exceptional graduates.

In this course, you’ll complement your course content with work integrated learning (450-hour practical), co-curricular activities (including engineering clubs such as UWA Young Engineers, UWA Motorsport and specialisation specific clubs) and professional skills development to become part of the community of UWA engineering graduates preferred by industry for your technical skills, professional integrity and ability to solve complex open-ended problems.

In four years, you’ll graduate as an industry-ready engineer specialising in your choice of Automation and Robotics, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Environmental, Mechanical, Mining or Software engineering.

Why study Engineering at UWA?

  1. UWA has strong links with industry and throughout your degree you’ll work closely with prospective employers to build connections, industry knowledge and the most up-to-date, relevant and in-demand skillset
  2. You’ll graduate as an industry-ready engineer who is connected, versatile, technically adept and an exceptional problem solver – setting you up for an exciting career.  
  3. Enjoy hands-on intensives developing practical skills in 3D printing, welding, soldering and other tools relevant to your chosen career path.
  4. You can enhance your employability while meeting like-minded friends and connections in our student clubs and societies, such as Engineers Without Borders or Women in Engineering and Mathematical Sciences 
  5. Be inspired learning from and studying alongside engaging, innovative, experienced lecturers and researchers who are making a real ongoing impact to the industry
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Quick details

Degree specific majors
  • 9
MINIMUM ATAR
  • 80
INTAKE
  • February and July
FULL TIME COMPLETION
  • 4 Years Full-Time
CRICOS
  • 106081B

Student clubs

Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find people here to share your journey.

Enhance your employability while making lifelong friends and connections by joining one of our many student clubs, such as:

Find out more about all our student clubs from the UWA Student Guild.

You'll learn to

  • apply mathematical, numerical, statistical and computational sciences that underpin engineering disciplines to real world challenges
  • understand the ethical, social, environmental and financial accountabilities, opportunities and constraints of contemporary engineering practice
  • be an effective team member and show leadership
  • communicate effectively in professional and nontechnical domains
  • use your strong grounding in engineering sciences and design principles to solve real-world problems

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Graduate with two degrees

The combined degree option allows you to pair your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree with another passion, broadening your career options and giving you an edge in a rapidly changing workforce.

You can combine the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) with:

Duration: 5 years*
ATAR: 88
TISC Code: TBA

You’ll graduate with two Bachelor degrees in just five years, opening up a world of possible career paths while broadening your knowledge, networks and horizons.

*Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) / Bachelor of Commerce with Chemical Engineering major will take 5.5 years to complete 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Work Experience

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) offers work integrated learning (WIL) opportunities where you can:

  • Gain practical hands-on industry relevant experience and skills
  • Bridge the gap between theory and practice
  • Develop employability skills through a science work placement

As part of your studies, you will complete a 12-week practicum and professional-development experience. This can be achieved by spending at least eight weeks in an engineering environment of your choice.

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