Wishing all Year 12 students the best of luck in your exams. You’ve got this!

Secure your back-up plan before exams: Diploma of Engineering

Your way to studying Engineering at UTS.

Why study a Diploma of Engineering:

Where the Diploma of Engineering will take you

The Diploma of Engineering provides guaranteed entry* to your UTS Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)^ degree with the following majors:

  • Biomedical
  • Civil
  • Civil (Construction)
  • Civil (Structures)
  • Data Science
  • Electrical
  • Electronic
  • Flexible
  • Mechanical
  • Mechatronic
  • Software
 

^For Domestic students: when you articulate to the UTS Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), this will also include a Diploma in Professional Engineering Practice which is a 48-week structured internship program as part of your degree.

 

What subjects you'll study

Extended mode students will also study the following subjects in addition to the above:

 

Required Knowledge

For students looking to study an Accelerated or Standard Diploma of Engineering, please refer to the Required Knowledge standards for entry. If you do not meet the required knowledge, you may still be eligible for the Extended (16-month) diploma. All Engineering students will need to sit a Maths Readiness Test prior to classes starting.

Diploma of Engineering – FAQs

Questions? See our FAQs or contact us on 1800 896 994 (within Australia).

What our students have to say and see a class in action

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<strong>Brighton</strong>, UTS College Diploma of Engineering graduate, current Bachelor of Engineering student.

The subjects were similar to UTS, but (there's) extra support. It wasn’t like being thrown in the deep end when you have no idea what uni is like.

They sort of ease you into it. So it was a bit like high school in some ways, but at the same time there was a lot of independence.

Brighton, UTS College Diploma of Engineering graduate, current Bachelor of Engineering student.

<strong>Tanya</strong>, UTS College Engineering graduate, future Civil Engineer.

After the 2015 earthquake (in Nepal) there was a huge amount of destruction and a lot of people lost their lives. In my home country, civil structures are lagging...I decided to take on civil engineering.

I had quite a lot of guidance on how to do my assessments. I would have to give credit to the tutors and professors, who helped me throughout my studies.

Tanya, UTS College Engineering graduate, future Civil Engineer.

 *Based on successful completion of your diploma with no more than two subject failures.