Develop the skills you want - and industry needs.

Earn a specialised, interest-based skill-set with a Master of Engineering from the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Study at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Study a Master of Engineering

Get the specialised knowledge, advanced technical skills, and professional experience to forge a career in modern engineering with an interdisciplinary master degree from ANU.

Our Engineering Programs

 electronics-engineer-works-robot-checking

There are five programs offered within the Master of Engineering degree – allowing you to develop in-depth knowledge and experience in your key interest area.

At ANU, you can also go beyond a traditional master degree and supplement your specialisations by electives from across the University. You might want to choose courses in complementary areas such as energy policy, law and economics or you may wish to extend your technical knowledge in related areas such as computer networking, data analytics, computer vision and robotics.

Why study a master degree in engineering at ANU?

Interdisciplinary, dynamic — at the ANU Research School of Engineering, you will conduct world-leading research and join a vibrant student cohort.

experienced-male-female-industrial-engineers
  • It’s research intensive - undertake innovative work that will help propel you into a successful career in engineering

  • The focus is on you - the small and highly integrated nature of the School means you will have direct access to a dynamic and cross-disciplinary environment with leading academics

  • The networks are vast - the School has built an extensive network of collaboration with educational institutes and industries in Europe, the Asia Pacific, and United States

  • You will be on the forefront of innovation - key technology developed within the School provides flagship infrastructure for Australian industry and academia

Engineering and Computing at ANU: Internships, industry experience and employability

Date & time: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 5-6pm

Join us for a live webinar with insights on gaining industry experience while you are studying at ANU, and getting job-ready for future opportunities in Australia.

Electrical engineering at ANU: webinar

Date & time: Thursday 21 November 2019, 5-6pm

Join us for this online webinar to learn more about our new Electrical Engineering degree.

Meet our students 

Andrea Bedon Pineda

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Lina Raihana Abd Rahim

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Alejandro Vidal

Master of Engineering - Solar Energy Technologies

Ben Owen

BEng (Hons) ’06, BSc ’06

International Students at ANU

At the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, we have a number of scholarships available for International Students to help with the cost of your studies. The value of the scholarships vary between AUD 5,000 – AUD 25,000.

All of the CECS scholarships are still open for applications. If you are a student with exceptional academic merit and if your application to be admitted to the degree is successful, we will contact you with a scholarship offer.

Updated:  1 June 2019/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing