At UNSW Engineering, our undergraduate degrees help you develop career-ready skills. From day one, you’ll develop your acumen as an engineer in the classroom and through hands-on practical application. All degrees include 60 days of work experience to develop real-world knowledge and build valuable industry connections.

From mechanical to environmental engineering, you can explore more than 20 undergraduate degree specialisations. We also offer 100 double degree options, where you can combine your engineering degree with architecture, arts, science, commerce and more.

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Bachelor Degrees

As Australia’s largest engineering faculty, we give you more choices and pathways to a rewarding career than any other university. Our flexible first year of study allows you to explore core common subjects plus a wide range of electives, so you can specialise in the area that’s right for you.

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Double Degrees

Our double degrees give you the chance to broaden your skill set and simultaneously dip into different areas of study. Delivered in conjunction with other UNSW faculties, double degrees enrich your learning experience and broaden career prospects.

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Application Information

Admission to study at UNSW Engineering is based on more than grades. We offer a number of admission schemes for potential students to demonstrate their passion for engineering.

Offers to UNSW are made based on your selection rank – which is your ATAR plus any eligible adjustment factors. Find out what you need to guarantee a place in your chosen engineering degree.

Whichever course you take at UNSW, it is assumed you already have a certain level of written and spoken English. Use our find a degree tool to check the assumed knowledge for your desired engineering degree.


We’re committed to creating a vibrant and inclusive student community, with plenty of opportunities to connect and make the most of your time at UNSW. Check out our societies, social activities, internships and development programs to enrich your student experience.

Our scholarships assist undergraduate students in their studies at UNSW by providing financial assistance to help fulfil their potential. Whether you’re a local or international student, find out how we can support your journey.

Our students and research form the basis of our excellent reputation. Learn about why we provide world-class education, substantial career opportunities and rank within the top 50 universities in the world.