Diploma of Engineering
With a Diploma of Engineering, students will gain the skills to think logically, analyse problems and explore creative solutions to real world challenges across various engineering specialisations.
Your direct pathway to University
|International Students||Australian Students (FEE-HELP approved)|
Two or three semesters
February, June, October
The course can be completed over two or three semesters. It comprises of core (mandatory) and elective units. Students select 8 units in total from the list below depending on articulation.
- COMM103 Writing and Research for Science and Engineering
- ENGN100 Fundamentals of Digital Technology and Design
- MATH099 Foundations of Mathematics / MATH100 Mathematics A
- ENGN150 Fundamentals of Engineering Studies
- MATH100 Mathematics A/ MATH101 Mathematics B
- ITEC102 Introduction to Programming
- ENGN101 Physics
- ITEC103 Introduction to Software Design
To meet the entry requirements for this diploma program, it is assumed that students have completed HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics, or equivalent. If not, students may be required to study bridging subject(s) or support program.
Second year of your university degree
|Western Sydney University|
Bachelor of Engineering Science
Bachelor of Engineering Honours
*No GPA requirement for eligible SIBT students who have completed their diploma program.
|Macquarie University (This is for students who have a packaged offer with Macquarie University).||GPA/4|
Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (majors in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Software Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Wireless Engineering)
- There may be some variation to the program core and elective units.
- GPA is the Grade Point Average required for transfer to university.
- *GPA applies to domestic students only.
Employment and career paths
Computer, wireless and mobile telephone networking, electronics design and manufacturing, project and technology management, radio frequency electronics design, sales and service of technical equipment, telecommunications and networking, wireless systems and installation, energy conversion, mechanical design and manufacturing.
Average starting salaries
Average national graduate starting salaries are:
Computer Science: A$51,000
(Latest data from Graduate Careers Australia)