The University of Newcastle - Mechatronics Engineering

The University of Newcastle

The University of Newcastle

Mechatronics engineering at the University of Newcastle - Australia

    Professor Mark Jones
    Head, School of Engineering
    Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
    ES Building - ES408
    University of Newcastle
    University Drive
    Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia
    Telephone: +61 2 4921 6197
    Facsimile: +61 2 4921 6946
    Email: eng@newcastle.edu.au

The newly revised program provides a true mechatronics education and not just a course with mechanical and electrical components. This program places students at the forefront of mechatronics in Australia. The Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment at the University of Newcastle is one of the top engineering faculties in Australia. Our academic staff’s research activities in collaboration with national and international industry are reflected in the use of relevant industrial examples throughout the program. Extra curricular activities, including engagement in short courses for industry and mentoring high-school robotic teams, provide students a great opportunity to develop their skills further while they continuing learning about mechatronics.

 Why study with us?

  •     Hands-on practical experience: build vital professional networks and hands-on industry experience with 12 weeks of professional practice throughout your degree.
  •     Diversify your skills and knowledge: choose up to 4 elective courses from areas such as business, product/industrial design or entrepreneurship or take the opportunity to study a semester abroad.
  •     Real-world insights: connect with industry through projects, guest lecturers, and mentoring.
  •     Internationally-experienced engineering graduates: the University of Newcastle is one of only three Australian member institutions of the Global Engineering Education Exchange Program (Global e3).
  •     Fast-Track Masters - advance your career and gain a Master of Professional Engineering in just 1 year on top of your Bachelor of Engineering degree.

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