What is Engineering?
Engineering is the link between scientific discovery and innovative technological solutions to real-world problems. Engineers are concerned with a wide range of technologies, products and services including design, development, maintenance, and use of engines, machines, systems and structures.
Choosing a Pathway
Choosing an Engineering field
To become an Engineer, the first step is Undergraduate Study. Whether going straight from school into a Bachelor’s degree, or double-degree, or taking up a one year Diploma as a pathway into second year of university, there are many choices when it comes to taking the first step into your Engineering journey.
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The skills learnt in Engineering can be applied to various other fields and industries
It is most common for Academic Researchers to continue their studies after graduation by completing a PhD, followed by a Postdoctoral placement and/or fellowship. Once this process is finished, they become lecturers, and work their way up towards professorship over the years.Read More
Other types of careers and roles that engineering students often pursue involve roles such as
Program/Project Management, Policy Advice and Development, Data Analytics, Government Roles such as Patent Law or International Delegation Management, Statistics, Writing/Journalism, among many other roles.Read More