Master of Engineering in Mechatronics

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The aim of this two-year program is to provide students with an advanced technical specialisation within a systems engineering framework. Students will gain advanced technical knowledge in Mechatronics, an area ANU has world-leading research strength in. Mechatronics graduates are highly sought after because of their combined knowledge and cross-discipline skills in three major engineering areas: mechanical, electrical, and computing.

This allows them to participate in and lead multi-disciplinary teams in research and product development, automation and manufacturing, and computing and electronics. The program contains a targeted professional development component as well as an opportunity to select electives from other areas of study anywhere in the University.


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Elizabeth Cowling

Elizabeth (Liz) Cowling grew up on the NSW south coast and after graduating High School in...

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Amos Lee

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Yaya Lu

Leaving Hobart was difficult for Yaya however a desire to explore computer science is helping...

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