UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offers a variety of postgraduate programs to upgrade your qualifications and deepen your knowledge of the field. Our programs can help engineering graduates who are keen to develop project management, leadership, financial and manufacturing evaluation skills, bolster their prospects.

Our coursework degrees are delivered through a series of lectures, workshops, and labs, with some research options available as well. Our programs are developed and refined in consultation with industry and integrate engineering, technology and management.


The Master of Engineering Science (Nuclear Engineering) educates engineering graduates in the underpinning theory behind Nuclear Engineering techniques, technologies, and processes. Over two years, students learn from national and international experts in the sector, including staff from the Centre for Nuclear Engineering at Imperial College, London.

The Master of Robotics provides you with the knowledge and skills to enable you to design and create state-of-the-art robotic systems. Over two years, you’ll learn from a combination of disciplines to develop modern-day robotics and autonomous systems aimed at changing the world.

Postgraduate Research

UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offers a range of diverse research programs. If you’re keen to contribute new ideas and knowledge to your field, consider postgraduate study by research, with options of both a Doctorate or a Masters by Research.

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Our research excellence is known and celebrated globally, as we endeavour to deliver significant research programs vital to the field of mechanical and manufacturing engineering. As a result, we attract high-quality international students and staff and are annually awarded numerous grants from ARC to industry cooperation.

Expand your studies beyond the classroom by developing your technical, managerial and social skills by participating in a variety of student community experiences. Whether it’s taking part in a student-run project through ChallENG, joining an interest-based club or society, or studying overseas, the possibilities and benefits are endless.

UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering has a wide variety of scholarships, awards and prizes for both local and international students. Whether it’s recognising hard work or making attaining a university experience a little easier, we’re committed to supporting our students achieve incredible education and professional outcomes.