School of Engineering and IT

Apply now for an early offer to study engineering

This year, eligible year 12 students can receive an early offer to study a Bachelor of Engineering at Murdoch University in 2018. Early offers will be conditional on year 12 performance and final ATAR results, but receiving an offer earlier gives you peace of mind so you can focus on your exams.

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To apply for an early offer, you’ll need to select Murdoch’s Bachelor of Engineering as your first preference in TISC by 11pm on 17 October 2017.

Complete the early offer letter on the TISC website and send it to earlyoffers@tisc.edu.au. Murdoch will then assess your application and you will be sent a conditional early offer if you meet the University’s criteria.

To find out more, visit the TISC early offers page.

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Undergraduate

Honours

Postgraduate

International

NEW TO ENERGY STUDIES

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    Graduate Certificate in Energy and Carbon Studies
    Graduate Diploma in Energy and Carbon Studies
    Graduate Diploma in Energy and the Environment
    Master of Renewable and Sustainable Energy

NEW SPECIALISATION - POSTGRADUATE STUDIES IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
*DATA SCIENCE

Master of Information Technology Data Science

    Masters of Information Technology

NEW WATER TREATMENT AND DESALINATION

Master of Water Treatment and Desalination

    Graduate Diploma in Water Treatment and Desalination
   
Master of Water Treatment and Desalination

Looking to study Engineering with an ATAR of 70+.
We offer alternate entry options.

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    Engineering Technology
    Mineral Science

About The Murdoch School of Engineering & Information Technology

STEM.JPGCurrently, more than 1,000 students are enrolled in over 30 degree options at undergraduate and postgraduate level, pursuing a number of professional disciplines, including chemistry, engineering, information technology, mathematics and statistics, physics, extractive metallurgy and energy studies.  Students of the school enjoy the use of a new $10.1 million teaching and research facility, opened in 2011.  The new building provides students with a real world experience and serves as a fully-integrated home base for the School.

The School of Engineering and Information Technology is an innovative faculty where students can pursue their studies in a stimulating learning environment.  Our school features world-class facilities and a highly qualified faculty, focussed on preparing students for careers in dynamic and challenging sectors.

We are making significant contributions to sustainable energy research and education through the Murdoch University Energy Research and Innovation Group (MUERI). Additionally, our Computer Science research covers a range of topics including image recognition and processing, parallel computing, complex adaptive systems and bioinformatics. Information Systems research within the school covers social, cultural and organisational aspects of IT, with major research themes including end-user computing, computing education and decision support, HCI, multimedia and culture-specific developments.

AWARD WINNERS

Unearthed Hackathon

Unearthed Hackathon 1 - Credit Matt Schild.jpgAfter a gruelling 54 hour hackathon, Murdoch students Corey Barritt, Brice Gower, Ryan Santos and Louis Williams accept their prize from Adam Stevens, production manager at Worsley Alumina (South32). The Murdoch students (three from Electrical Engineering) won first prize for their design of a “smart padlock” that will virtually eliminate mistakes and injuries to workers isolating sections of industrial plants during maintenance. The students plan to commercialise their design using their prize money and the many valuable contacts they made during the event. We congratulate them for their hard work and creativity.

Photograph supplied by Matt Schild

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Congratulations to winning students Jo Brain, Andrew Forbes, Radek Sebesta and Rob Pezzaniti on their recent victory. First place winners of the Heavy Vehicles Mainroads Hackathon. Within a three week period the team developed a design for “a smart number plate” aimed to improved road safety. It is an excellent achievement, they competed against eight teams from four other WA universities.

Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2016

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IT student Mark Carriedo and Dr Mohd Fairuz Shiratuddin travelled to the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2016 in Taiwan and won the Merit Tertiary Student project Award on behalf of Murdoch University's Flexibrains project.

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Scholarships

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