With programs designed by an international body of industry experts, the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) is one of the only institutes in the world that specialising in engineering. Its graduating students leave the university with cutting-edge skills valued by employers around the world.
Students can study for their bachelor’s and master’s degrees either online or on-campus in Australia.
EIT’s mission is to provide students throughout the world with measurable and significant productivity gains in their workplace through cutting edge and applied engineering education.
Whether a student chooses to student online or on-campus, EIT’s supportive blended learning model and small class sizes allow learners to advance their technical knowledge and remain engaged in their studies while forming global networks and balancing life and work commitments.
EIT bachelor’s and master’s degrees require students to have had 240 hours of paid or unpaid professional work-integrated learning. This includes internships (unpaid or paid), networking activities, site visits, and helping with industry projects.
To aid on-campus students with no industry experience through the process of application for work- integrated learning, EIT offers assistance with their resume development, interview skills, presentation skills, and with getting in touch with its industry partners.
Students have the opportunity to engage with employees and are exposed to work culture, when taking up internships. They learn about official communication, more about engineering disciplines, gain practical insights and aptitude as they work on projects from planning to completion.