Postgrad Month: What's Next in Engineering

Learn about the top trends in Engineering, plus the in-demand skills that respond to these trends in our Master of Engineering webinar. Discover how you can specialise or upskill in Engineering to stay competitive with a postgrad qualification from RMIT.

Let’s face it: virtual catch-ups, digital collaboration tools and online training have become a part of many careers like never before. However, the innovative ways of working that we’ve adopted to respond to our changing circumstances are far from temporary. In fact, with a forecasted spike in demand for skills in technology, communication and collaboration, now is the time to consider how your industry may evolve, and how you should advance with it.

Are you ready to find out how to stay competitive in Engineering for the role you want next? Presented by Professor Colin Kestell, Deputy Dean, Learning and Teaching, School of Engineering, Dr Sara Moridpour, Senior Lecturer, Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, School of Engineering, Dr Lucy Lunevich, Lecturer, Manufacturing, Materials and Mechatronics, School of Engineering and current RMIT student, Ryan Brooke, Master of Engineering (Manufacturing), you’ll gain ideas on how to future-proof your career through RMIT’s postgraduate courses.

This webinar will explore:

  • The top trends in the Engineering industry sectors.
  • Our suite of Master by Coursework degrees that will equip you with in-demand skills to respond to these trends and enhance your career prospects.
  • The innovative 4 + 1 model - once you've completed your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), you may be eligible to complete a Master by Coursework degree in your related area in only 12 months.

You will also:

  • Find out more about the Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering) and Master of Engineering (Management) degrees.
  • Meet your future lecturers, hear from a current student and get your questions about studying at RMIT answered - from career outcomes to industry partnerships.

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