UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering gives you the flexibility to choose the thesis type that works best for you.
UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering gives you the flexibility to choose the thesis type that works best for you. Choose between a Team Thesis or an Individual Thesis to expand your knowledge and apply your learning to tackle real-world problems. Read on to find out which one is right for you.
The Team thesis aims to deliver a high-quality group-led project for teams of students. Through hands-on research, you’ll collaborate on a real-life engineering problem supplied by one of our industry partners.
This is a 2-Term thesis model, and the two courses need to be taken in consecutive terms. Students will enrol in:
Individual thesis is for students who would like to conduct an individual project with a focus on contributing to a particular field. Students who choose this thesis option will need to locate and come to an agreement with a supervisor.
This is a 3-Term thesis model. Students will apply to enrol in:
Thesis B+C in one term is not permitted in the School, and Thesis courses do not run over the Summer term.
Join our Mech Eng Thesis Selection Teams site to learn about Team thesis and to find out about Individual Thesis possible projects and supervisors, and gain approval for your selected Individual project. Code to join: cdzukkb (all lower case, no space).
Read through the information carefully and submit an application to enrol in MMAN4951 Research Thesis A or MMAN9451 Masters Project A. The application link is in the Mech Eng Thesis Selection Teams site.
Enrol in the appropriate Thesis/Project course when enrolment opens after your application is approved.
Please Note: Self-enrolling into this Thesis Teams site DOES NOT mean that you’re enrolled in a Thesis course (i.e. MMAN4951 Research Thesis A, MMAN9451 Masters Project A). After you have received approval for enrolment, you must enrol into the correct thesis course via myUNSW.
If you have any issues enrolling to the Thesis Teams Site, email Tracie Barber for assistance. If you have any questions about any of the above, post them in the Thesis Portal.