Melbourne Polytechnic offers engineering courses at Certificate to Bachelor level, which may be part of an industry-based, pre-apprenticeship or non-industry program.
Our Engineering facilities are state-of-the-art, including our Green Skills Centre, with a focus on sustainability and future design. You can develop strong industry links in a variety of specialist disciplines – mechanical, jewellery manufacturing, security, heavy and light weight metal fabrication, welding, electronics, robotics, communications, computer systems and design. We work closely with Engineers Australia and other industry bodies to ensure that you’re learning current techniques on the latest technology.
Graduates from Melbourne Polytechnic’s Engineering courses may find work in a huge range of areas, from building bridges or planning highways to programming robots or setting precious stones in gold. If you want to improve the world and make people’s lives safer and easier, Engineering at Melbourne Polytechnic offers dozens of pathways to help you find your way to make a difference.