The UNSW Master of Philosophy in Engineering (MPhil) requires completion of an original piece of research, more limited in scope and nature to that required for a PhD. You’ll develop mastery of appropriate methodology and present your findings in the wider context of your discipline.
We offer the following Master of Philosophy in Engineering programs:
- Biomedical Engineering (BIOMBR)
- Chemical Engineering (CEICFR)
- Civil & Environmental Engineering (CVENBR)
- Computer Science & Engineering (COMPFR)
- Electrical Engineering (ELECBR)
- Engineering (ENGGBR)
- Food Science and Technology (FOODIR)
- Geospatial Engineering (GMATBR)
- Mechanical Engineering (MECHBR)
- Mining Engineering (MINEGR)
- Petroleum Engineering (PETRBR)
- Photovoltaic Engineering (SOLAER)
- Renewable Energy Engineering (SOLADR)
The minimum requirement for admission to a Master of Philosophy is:
- an appropriate UNSW Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline at a level specified by the Faculty Higher Degree Committee (HDC) or,
- an equivalent qualification from a tertiary institution as determined by the Faculty HDC
For program rules and structure, see the UNSW Handbook.
We provide a range of research scholarships to UNSW Engineering postgraduate students. Tailored to different circumstances, they include government and industry-funded schemes as well as scholarships for domestic and international researchers. Browse through the collection to see which options are suitable for your application.