How to choose the best engineering schools in Australia
Posted On June 12, 2021
With all the changes to the engineering sector, it’s hard to find an ideal school.
The best engineering students are often on the cusp of becoming engineers themselves.
What are they doing with their engineering education?
How much time do they spend on the job?
How can they teach?
How do they prepare for a career in engineering?
These are the questions that will help you decide which school is right for you.
Top engineering schools for 2018, in order of best to worst: Western Australia University of Technology (WA) (6.9 out of 10) University of Technology Sydney (UTS) (5.7 out of 5) UWA (6 out of 6) Newcastle University (NSW) (4.7) Wits University (QLD) (3.7), Melbourne University (VIC) (2.8) John Curtin University (QLD) (1.8), University of Sydney (NS) (0.8, out of five) National University of Singapore (Singapore) (10 out of 20) The University of Queensland (QL) (7.6) Australian National University (AUS) (8.3) Universities Australia (AU) (9.6), Newcastle University (SY) (11.2) Stanford University (CA) (14.7, out.
of five), University Victoria (Vic) (18.7)) Brisbane School of Engineering (QLU) (15.1) Auburn University (AUU)