Find the right engineering course to launch an in-demand career, at Victoria University. We offer a variety of courses in engineering, including architectural, mechanical, electrical and civil engineering.
You can study at short course, TAFE, degree or postgraduate level.
Launch your career as an architectural engineer with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Architectural Engineering) at Victoria University.
Gain a solid foundation in research methods before undertaking a thesis related to 'sustainable and liveable cities'. This masters allows bachelor-degree graduates in any discipline to undertake a research degree.
Develop your knowledge and focus your practical skills on a specific research area in engineering with the Master of Engineering (by Research).
Complete your PhD in a research community dedicated to improving our cities and communities through scientific, technological and social innovation.
Victoria University's integrated program offers research training, creating an alternative path to a PhD in the areas of sustainability and liveable communities.
Complete a Master of Research in 18 months, in the areas of industry, community or urban development. This degree is tailored to graduates with a related bachelor degree, or an honours degree in a different discipline.
The Master of Research Practice recognises honours qualifications, accelerating your study in the areas of industry, community or the built environment.
Develop practical skills and knowledge in a fast-growing industry with a Certificate III in Civil Construction apprenticeship.
This hands-on course is designed for people looking to enter an engineering apprenticeship or who are already doing some engineering work and would like to gain accreditation and a pathway to a full apprenticeship.
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Studying engineering at VU
At Victoria University (VU), we want you to follow your passion and excel in the industry you've always dreamed of.
We're one of Australia's most industry-connected institutions, and are one of the top 2% of universities in the world.
You'll learn from leading industry professionals who combine theory with practice to prepare you for your career from day one.
Depending on your specialisation, job titles include:
- civil engineer
- construction engineer
- electrical or electronic engineer
- environmental engineer
- fitter and turner
- geotechnical engineer
- hydraulic engineer
- mechanical engineer
- mechanical tradesperson
- power engineer
- product engineer
- roads and transport engineer
- sheet metal worker or welder
- structural engineer
- systems engineer
- telecommunications engineer
- water engineer.
Colleges & schools
Our engineering courses are delivered by various colleges and schools across different VU campuses.