Gain practical learning experiences throughout your engineering course with Deakin’s project-oriented design-based approach to learning. You will get hands-on from your first year and find solutions to real industry problems through team-based projects supported by our expert staff.
You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable industry experience through work placements, where you can explore your future career options and develop professional networks before you graduate.
Gain international industry recognition
Deakin’s undergraduate engineering degrees are accredited by Engineers Australia. You will stand out to future employers with an internationally recognised degree* and be able to practise as a professional engineer in many countries around the world.
Our long-standing partnership with Engineers Australia ensures our curriculum is relevant and that you will graduate with the skills that employers want.
Undergraduate (your first degree)
An undergraduate degree is generally completed between two to four years, depending on the pattern of study and any recognition of prior learning you may have. Associate degrees, bachelor and bachelor with honours are all undergraduate degrees.
Learn in world-class facilities
Gain authentic industry experiences in our $55 million engineering precinct, with access to state-of-the-art simulation systems, purpose-built labs and workshop learning spaces.
This includes the AusNet Services electrical engineering lab, Deakin’s renewable energy microgrid, 3D printing laboratory, high voltage lab, virtual reality laboratory (VR) and more. You will have access to infrastructure facilities for the design of buildings, transportation networks, water and wastewater systems.
One key reason I applied to Deakin is the university's emphasis on innovation and creativity instead of solely focusing on theoretical knowledge. I knew I'd be able to gain a lot of practical and hands-on experience which will undoubtedly help me in the future.
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering
International Pathway Program – from home to Deakin
From Royal Institute of Colombo (RIC), Sri Lanka to Deakin, Australia
If you are interested in Deakin’s engineering bachelor degrees, you can complete two years of study as an on-campus student at Deakin’s partner institution RIC. The credit you earn through your study at RIC will be applied toward a Deakin degree that you will complete through studies in Australia.
From Chitkara University, India to Deakin, Australia
If you are interested in Deakin’s Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours), you can complete two years of study as an on-campus student at Deakin’s partner institution, Chitkara University. The credit you earn through your study at Chitkara will applied toward a Deakin degree that you will complete through studies in Australia.
Study Engineering at Deakin University
Design and innovation are at the heart of engineering at Deakin. Hear why our students love studying engineering at Deakin and find out how our state-of-the-art facilities and practical programs could help you create innovative engineering solutions to real-world problems.
Explore the future-focused engineering facilities at our Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, housing some of the most advanced systems, equipment and technologies in Australia.
Discover more about Deakin’s invaluable industry partnerships, and how they ensure engineering students graduate job-ready.
How to apply: international students
Deakin University students Tatyana and Kaweesha talk through the application process at Deakin. Learn about meeting entry requirements, organising your documents and submitting your application – either directly or through a Deakin agent.
International student enquiries
Phone: +61 3 9034 6205
WhatsApp: +61 4 8888 2109
*Deakin has been awarded provisional accreditation for the Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) by Engineers Australia