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One of the world’s best mechanical engineering degrees! RMIT University is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for mechanical engineering. Studying the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours) will give you:
In-demand knowledge and skills Mechanical engineers perform critical roles in areas as diverse as transport, power generation, mining, material processing, manufacturing and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. This degree gives you the skills needed to practise as a mechanical engineer across a range of industries in Australia and around the world.
Industry-relevant experience You will have a number of opportunities for industry interaction during your studies including work placements and industry-based projects. Our teachers are experienced practitioners and we collaborate closely with industry to ensure our mechanical engineering degree meets the needs of the workplace.
A globally accredited qualification As a graduate, you will be eligible for membership of Engineers Australia, and your qualification will be recognised by all 18 countries that are signatories to the International Engineering Alliance, the Washington Accord. These include the USA, UK, China, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and Singapore.
Mechanical engineering involves the planning, design and development of machinery, solving problems and improving the machines used in everyday life. In the first two years of your mechanical engineering RMIT pathway program, you will learn the fundamentals of engineering sciences, mathematics, engineering design, and engineering professional practice.
As you progress, you'll customise your program by focusing your studies in the general field of mechanical engineering or other areas such as manufacturing, automotive, business, mathematics or computing. Program specialisations are in computer-aided engineering and design, industrial aerodynamics and computational fluid dynamics, energy conservation and renewable energy and mechatronics, dynamics and control.
You'll apply detailed design and analysis to industry-based problems using specialised facilities and equipment from wind tunnels to machine shops, and fabrication and testing facilities. You will also take your studies beyond the classroom with the opportunity to undertake a minimum of 12 weeks' industry work placement and projects that replicate real-world problems.
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