How to Apply
Implementing new ways of thinking and being able to put ideas into practice are key elements of becoming a successful engineer. You can study at UWA to become an engineer via a number of pathways. The Engineering program at UWA has been developed in consultation with industry to equip students with the skills to succeed in their future careers. To become a professionally qualified engineer, you’ll complete five years of study, consisting of a three-year undergraduate degree with an Engineering Science major, followed by a two-year Master of Professional Engineering.
Choose a three-year bachelor's degree with a major in Engineering Science to begin your professional pathway. You'll then complete a two-year Master of Professional Engineering (MPE) where you can specialise in one of seven disciplines:
- Electrical and electronic
Direct Pathways for high school leavers
- BA + MPE
- BBiomedSc + MPE
- BCom + MPE
- BSc + MPE
- BPhil (Hons) + MPE
- ATAR only (subject to meeting prerequisites)
- Completion of a UWA bachelor’s degree with a major in Engineering Science
Pathways for mature-age students
More about this course
Our teaching is informed by the latest developments in research and industry, together with purpose-built learning facilities. You will connect with industry to develop hands-on experience and work on creative industry-based projects of global significance.