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Become a graduate employers need

In today’s fast-paced world, employers need graduates who can get the job done from day one.

You’ll develop internationally-recognised skills in the areas that interest you most, designing and creating products, systems, structures and services that transform industry and improve lives. 

TAFE pathways

Studying a certificate or diploma is an excellent pathway to a degree. Up to two years credit is available to transferring students. Every year, over 80% of RMIT students studying a diploma or associate degree successfully transfer to a four-year course.

Flexible first year

Are you unsure about what to specialise in? Discover the new Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) with a flexible first year.

Didn't study Maths Methods? No problem, this course also offers alternative entry with further mathematics.

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An engineering degree at RMIT gives you a world of choices

Discover over 12 different specialisations and our 4+1 model, where you can graduate with two engineering qualifications in only 5 years.

Career outcomes

Civil, biomedical, aerospace, chemical: there are so many different career pathways.

At RMIT, you’ll be working towards a globally recognised qualification that has been designed in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework, with most courses accredited through Engineers Australia.

Globally recognised

RMIT ranks among the world’s top 100 universities for civil and structural engineering, and is in the top 150 in electrical and electronic, chemical,  mechanical, aeronautical and manufacturing engineering.

By studying with us, you work towards a qualification that is globally recognised and highly regarded by the industry, giving you an opportunity to launch your career both locally and overseas.

Industry connections

Co-designed with industry

Our engineering programs are co-designed with industry to give you practical experience and real-life skills. From the start of your degree, you’ll build the professional and technical skills you need to put your innovation and creativity into practice.

Engineers Australia graduate membership accreditation

To support your career goals, you’ll be eligible for an Engineers Australia graduate membership. 

More than this, we stay connected with industry leaders to make sure we keep up to date on engineering trends and new technology, so you’re ready to start work as soon as you graduate.

Facilities and locations


Melbourne city and Bundoora campuses

RMIT engineering's state-of-the-art facilities are situated in Melbourne CBD and Bundoora. 

Completed in 2015, the new Light Structures Lab and Heavy Structures Lab at our Bundoora campus are equipped with extensive, up-to-date civil engineering facilities.

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Broaden your horizons and study overseas

Get an international perspective. With our International Industry Experience and Research Program, you can do a paid internship with global engineering companies in Europe, Asia and the USA.

On top of that, as part of the student exchange program, you can study at one of 150 partner institutions worldwide (including Colombia, Germany and Japan), while gaining full credit towards your program.

Specialist laboratories and cutting-edge technology

Explore our wide range of facilities across engineering, technology, science and health. Get familiar with the spaces you’ll be studying in, before you arrive. 


We believe in industry-based practical learning. Partnering with industry leaders around the world, we ensure that our courses and facilities align with contemporary and future workplaces.

By participating in industry partnerships, you’ll gain experience that will make you desirable to future employers, and as you build your own relationships. You can take part in work placements, industry projects, mentoring and international opportunities.

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