What will I learn?
You ill develop specialised technical knowledge in power engineering, gaining the advanced skills to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain power systems and equipment.
A candidate for the degree of Master of Engineering who wishes to undertake the research pathway must complete 24 credit points, with an average mark of at least 75.
Graduates of the Master of Engineering will have achieved the higher levels of specialisation necessary to excel in their chosen field. Professional engineering skills developed throughout the course will reflect current industry standards in order to provide graduates with enhanced opportunities for advancement in their careers. New opportunities to progress into areas such as research and innovation in their field will also be possible following the completion of this course.
Which department am I in? Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
English Language Requirements: IELTS overall score of 6.5 with no band below 6.0; TOEFL Paper based score of 565; TOEFL IBT: 85; PTE Academic score of 61; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): 58; Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE): 45; Cambridge English scale: CAE and CPE: 176.
A successful applicant for admission to the Master of Engineering (Power Engineering) will hold a recognised Bachelor of Engineering degree in the same or similar field of study to the specialisation they are applying for, and have a credit average (or equivalent). If you have completed a Bachelor is degree with honours in Engineering you may be eligible for reduced volume of learning (RVL). English language requirements: TOEFL paper-based: A minimum result of 565 overall including a minimum result of 4.5 in Writing TOEFL IBT: including a minimum result of 17 in Reading, Listening and Speaking and 19 in Writing
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Trinity College - The University of Melbourne
A$44,500.00 (US$ 34,808) per year
5 March 2018, 30 July 2018
The University of Sydney Camperdown/Darlington Campus, THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, New South Wales, 2006, SYDNEY, Australia