Master des Monats
Der Master of Engineering an der RMIT University
RMIT engineering is based on innovation and creativity. We are recognised internationally for our expertise and leadership in engineering education and research.
Our specialised programs allow you to develop your skills in the areas that interest you most. You’ll design and create products, systems, structures and services that transform industry and improve lives. You'll benefit from our strong industry partnerships with local and global opportunities.
RMIT's School of Engineering is renowned for its industry-relevant high quality teaching and research, its globally competitive graduates and its international linkages.
RMIT features among the world’s top 100 universities for civil and structural engineering; electrical and electronic engineering; and mechanical, aeronautical and manufacturing engineering. RMIT is among the world’s top 150 universities in chemical engineering (source: 2015 QS subject rankings).
RMIT engineering is based on innovation and creativity. Key discipline areas in the School of Engineering provide programs with flexible pathways to global careers or postgraduate research:
- Aerospace engineering and aviation
- Chemical and environmental engineering
- Civil and infrastructure engineering
- Electrical and biomedical engineering
- Electronics and telecommunication engineering
- Mechanical and automotive engineering
- Manufacturing, materials and mechatronics engineering
Postgraduate students use their advanced engineering skills within a number of specialised high-tech facilities on campus.
RMIT's Advanced Manufacturing Precinct on the city campus focuses on high value additive and subtractive processes. The centre has capabilities in a range of materials, high-speed multi-axis machining centres, reverse engineering, with highly trained technical staff.
The state-of-the-art Micronano Research Facility enables high quality multidisciplinary micro and nano research on campus at RMIT. Within the hub, nine laboratories facilitate the design, modelling, fabrication, packaging, and characterisation of micro and nano scale devices.
RMIT also has a dedicated campus for engineering in Bundoora with exceptional facilities for aerospace and aviation (wind tunnel), mechanical and automotive, sports technology and sustainable engineering (Renewable Energy Park).
Many of RMIT's experts in engineering have been acknowledged for their contribution teaching and research within the engineering industry.
Professor Iouri Belski is a recognised expert and under a National Senior Teaching Fellowship, he is working to re-imagine the teaching of engineering problem-solving.
Professor Milan Brandt is the technical director of RMIT's Advanced Manufacturing Precinct and has been acknowledged widely for his work involving materials and manufacturing technologies. More recently, he played a major role in successfully delivering a 3D printed vertebral cage for a patient with severe back pain.
Expert in biosensors and electronics, Professor Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh recently received recognition for developing a high-tech gas sensing capsule that can send data from inside the gut direct to a mobile phone.
Master degrees at RMIT are designed in collaboration with industry partners, both in Australia and internationally, to ensure programs maintain their relevance and meet industry demand.
Industry presenters and representatives also teach classes and act as co-supervisors on projects. Students are exposed to current, real-world issues and practices through industry-based projects and internships. As a result, postgraduate programs are practical, useful – and not just about the theory.