Courses & study options

As a Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronics or Biomedical Engineering student you will trained through learning experiences which include lab experiments, computer simulations, industrial case studies and industry site visits and from your very first year you are given a chance to experience what an engineering career is really like.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is a multi-disciplinary field that enables engineers to combine engineering principles with biological and medical sciences. Developments in biomedical engineering provide vital skills and knowledge to enable change to the national health system and improve people’s lives, for example, developments in imaging, instrumentation, robotics, scaffolding, materials engineering, computer science and prosthetics.

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Available courses for Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering