Bachelor degrees (undergraduate) 4 courses
Launch your career as an architectural engineer with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Architectural Engineering) at Victoria University.
Postgraduate 1 course
Gain specialised skills in electrical power, telecommunications, process engineering or water management and aim for a top engineering career with the Master of Engineering.
Postgraduate research 4 courses
Our Office for Research provides support to our current and future researchers, such as:
- identify a research topic
- find a supervisor
- apply for research supervision or grants.
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 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.
TAFE certificates & diplomas 9 courses
Develop practical skills and knowledge in a fast-growing industry with a Certificate III in Civil Construction apprenticeship.
Lay the foundation for a career in metal fabrication and engineering with a Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication Trade) at Victoria University Polytechnic.
Begin your career as a mechanical engineering tradesperson with the Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) at Victoria University Polytechnic.
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.
Short courses 3 courses
Gain practical skills in the use of Revit Architecture to model internal and external building designs in 2D and 3D.
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Victoria University has been the perfect learning environment for me. Becoming a student mentor helped my all-round development and I want to continue providing support to new graduates in the future. As part of my final year project, I developed two remote observatories at West Preston and Avoca.Shaun Clark