MEM80112

Graduate Diploma of
Engineering

CRICOS Course Code: 0101856

The MEM80112 GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING provides the skills and knowledge for people performing the role of a Principal Technical Officer or equivalent in a range of engineering disciplines

INTAKES (2020)

20 Apr, 11 May, 10
Aug, 5 Oct &
23 Nov

DURATION

4 terms
Approximately 12
months
Each term 10 weeks
study and 3 weeks
break; 3 weeks
Christmas break.

UNITS OF STUDY

10 (3 Core units +
7 Electives)

CAMPUS

Sydney and
Melbourne

FEES (2020)

$16,000
Promotion: $4,000
Scholarship
available to 30 June
2020
($3,000 per term)

Enrolment fee: $200
Material fee: $150

COURSE OVERVIEW

Why is Engineering a great career choice?

If you are thinking of becoming an engineer, you’re at the start of a great and fulfilling career choice. Engineering is about creation. Creative innovation. Changing lives. Changing the world.

Engineering today is a highly sought-after profession not just in Australia but globally. Engineering students study a wide range of subjects and the skills an engineer develops such as creative ideation, problem solving, logical deduction are valued in a range of careers.

This course allows you to acquire expertise across various engineering principles which can propel you into an exciting career in civil engineering, industrial, mechanical and production engineering. The world will be your oyster.

Growth prospects in Australia for engineers are ‘very strong’ with projected growth above 90% predicted over the next 10 years.

(source: https://joboutlook.gov.au/).

Units Studied

Core

Unit Code

Unit Name

MEM234002A

Integrate engineering technologies

MEM234035A

Maintain and apply technical and engineering skills

MSMENV672

Develop workplace policy and procedures for environmental sustainability

Electives

Unit Code

Unit Name

BSBLED805

Plan and implement a mentoring program

MEM234001A

Plan and manage engineering-related projects or operations

MSS407015

Build relationships between teams in an operations environment

MEM23123A

Evaluate manufacturing processes

MEM234028A

Produce and manage technical documentation

MEM234021A

Apply statistics to technology problems

MEM234026A

Develop and coordinate engineering-related contingency plans

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Am I Eligible?

Academic Requirements

 

Applicants into this program must have completed:
*Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Engineering OR
*Bachelor Degree, or equivalent higher education qualification, with one year of relevant vocational practice in an engineering-related role OR
*Relevant Certificate III or Certificate IV with significant vocational practice in an engineering-related role.

English Language Requirements

 

All applicants from a non-English speaking background must also supply one of the following as a condition for admission.

ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES

All ECA College vocational courses are assessed through a combination of assessment methods including written reports,
projects, role plays, presentations or essays.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS: Overall band score of 6.0 (Academic)
  • IBT (Internet-based TOEFL): Overall score of
    75 with a writing section minimum of 21
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English 
    (CPE): Grades A, B, C and C1
  • Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE):
    Total score of 52 or over
  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP 2): Grade A or Grade B
  • PTE Academic Module with score over 51
  • Certificate IV in ESL
  • An AQF qualification (Certificate IV or higher) with a minimum
    duration of one year full-time study and which is less than 2 years old.

STUDY PATHWAYS

*You will be credited for 6 units of study (up to 3 semesters)

Would you like to know more about this course?

ECA College Sydney
Level 2, 545 Kent Street, Sydney,
NSW 2000 |Phone: 02 9318 8181

ECA College Melbourne
Level 7, 399 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne,
VIC 3000 | Phone: 03 9603 5333

ecacollege.edu.au
CRICOS Code: 02644C
RTO Code: 45012

TO APPLY ONLINE GO TO:

ecacollege.edu.au/apply/