There’s plenty to discover about being an Engineering student at Monash. This page will help you understand all the finer details - right from which calculator to buy to learning about the career development opportunities available.
The all-important info on course mapping, understanding the HWA and choosing your specialisation later in the year.
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undergraduate students Monash Engineering awards our bachelor degrees with honours for meritorious performance. An additional honours year is not required but there are other requirements you must meet.
The Bachelor of Engineering is structured around a common first year - that means that for most of our BE(Hons) courses, you get to try out different engineering fields before you choose which one to specialise in. We’ll let you know when and how to nominate your chosen specialisation.
Building Your Career
To make sure you get the most out of your university experience, we offer a wealth of opportunities to develop your professional engineering and leadership skills both inside and outside of the classroom.
undergraduate and MPE students Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is a compulsory professional practice requirement for all Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Professional Engineering students. You need to pass CPD in order to graduate.
MAE and MPE students On-campus Masters Coursework students have the opportunity to complete an internship placement in a professional or research setting, that counts towards your degree.
undergraduate students Designed to equip you with up-to-date, industry relevant experience, Co-op will prepare you for your future engineering career.
MAE and MPE students The Masters Professional Development Program offers a suite of employability workshops and seminars that will equip you with the fundamental skills to thrive in the workplace.
Your partner for career success. Our advisers help you plan your career and find work, providing a range of opportunities and resources to ensure you maximise your graduate employment prospects.
As a new university student, here’s everything you need to know about fostering a fair, equitable and positive learning community, and working complaints
The Student Charter sets out key expectations on your academic engagement and integrity, as well as your behaviour and wellbeing.
We hope all our students have positive relationships with our staff and enjoy their experience here. But, if you experience issues, we want to help resolve them. Learn about the steps to making a complaint.