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SydneyLarge, beautiful, cosmopolitan, safe; spectacular beaches, friendly people; culture of outdoor living – restaurants and coffee shops, great food; sports; shopping; acceptance, tolerance and diversity

UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

UTS: SYDNEY’S CITY UNIVERSITY

Quick facts

PeopleOver four million from over 180 different nationalities

ClimateAverage summer temperature 25°C (fabulous beaches); average winter temperature 14°C (yes, there is snow and skiing in Australia, but not in Sydney). It averages 240 days of sunshine and blue skies each year!

SportTennis, cricket, surfing, rugby, sailing

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

UTS: SYDNEY’S CITY UNIVERSITY

What’s different about UTS ?

  • Location
    • right next to central station; largest footprint of any organisation in Sydney CBD
  • Facilities
    • anything not already on campus is just next door or around the corner
  • Quality of Teaching & Learning
    • The only Sydney metropolitan university to be ranked in top performance band in Australian Government Rankings
    • Won 2 out of 10 Carrick Learning Institute (Australian Government) grants awarded to only 7 universities Australia wide in 2006
    • Won many major awards in many different faculties, including engineering
    • Roots are in a teaching only institution
  • Links to Industry - Focus on the real-world
    • Many research projects with industry partners
    • Major industry and community input on courses and curriculum
  • Relatively New University
    • Only 20 years young; still adaptable to change
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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

UTS:ENGINEERING

Profile

One of the largest in Australia –teaches about 4100 students

Faculty’s international focus is reflected in engineering courses offered in Asia

Engages in leading edge research and development with more than 165 research students

Close links with industry, business and community

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

UTS:ENGINEERING

Profile

Courses are built on the philosophy that the education of engineers requires a combination of academic study and guidance with experience in real workplace settings.

Many teaching staff are also practising professionals. Their first hand insight into the industry produces the kind of graduates employers want.

Facilities include computer, research and specialist laboratories; 2 learning and design centres; and a library. There are 85 academic staff.

In 2007, 2,820 undergraduate students and 1,235 postgraduate students were enrolled in courses (1,075 postgraduate coursework and 165 postgraduate research).

Website:www.eng.uts.edu.au

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Teaching Awards

Professor Archie Johnston, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, was appointed as an Advisory Professor to Shanghai Jiao Tong University and also appointed Honorary Advisor to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India

Australian National Award University Teaching

DuPont Australia and New Zealand Innovation Award

Boeing Medal Excellence Engineering Education

UTS Teaching Award 2006 – ‘Remote Access Laboratories for Promoting e-Learning

Engineers Australia Award for Excellence in Engineering Design Award

AAEE Young Engineering Educator Award

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Australian Government’s National Learning and Teaching Performance fund. Only Sydney based University to be ranked in top band for engineering

Commonwealth Learning Excellence in Distance Education Materials Award for MeKong eSim, an internet based learning activity

Successful collaborative research including work on Ventrassist, the artificial heart which has now been developed by the company Ventracor. UTS academic, Dr Peter Watterson, invented the hydrodynamic bearing and motor used in Ventrassist which has been successfully implanted in three patients

PhD graduate Dr Hokyong Shon, together with Professor S Vigneswaran and Professor J H Kim, were awarded the Water Environment Award (WEMA) for their research into sustainable water reuse and sludge recycling

UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Other Faculty Achievements

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Undergraduate Programs

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Courses

Bachelor of Engineering Science

3 years full time

Bachelor of Engineering

4 years full time

Bachelor of Engineering, Diploma in Engineering Practice

5 years full time – includes 2 x 6 months periods of paid work experience (internships)

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Majors

Are you interested in specifying, designing, commissioning and maintaining complex computing systems?

Choose Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) Engineering

ICT Sub majors

Are you interested in designing and rolling out the next generation of advanced telecommunications technology?

Choose ICT (Telecommunications) Engineering

Are you interested in the security and environmental sustainability of physical systems such as building services management and air traffic control?

Choose ICT (Software) Engineering

Are you interested in designing and building next generation products and services with embedded computers?

Choose ICT (Computer Systems) Engineering

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Majors

Are you interested in designing, constructing, managing, maintaining, rehabilitating and renovating all types of industrial and commercial buildings in the private or public sector?

Choose Civil Engineering

Are you interested in designing environmentally sustainable strategies and collaborating with others to enhance the possibilities for sustainable management?

Choose Civil & Environmental Engineering

Are you interested in designing, controlling, managing, repairing and developing mechanical systems that transform energy and materials into useable forms?

Choose Mechanical Engineering

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Majors

Are you interested in designing and maintaining devices that use electrical energy efficiently and developing next generation devices for the shift from fossil fuel to renewable energy?

Choose Electrical Engineering

Are you interested in combining engineering practice with business, driving innovation and commercialisation within an existing enterprise or creating a new company or venture?

Choose Innovation Engineering

Are you interested in developing robots and micro-electro machines in a range of industries including manufacturing, energy management, building, biomedical and entertainment?

Choose Mechanical & Mechatronics Engineering

For information on subjects go to: www.handbook.uts.edu.au/eng/lists/alpha.html

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Postgraduate Programs

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Technology & Innovation Management

Judgment & Decision Making

Quality & Operation Management System

Management of Information Technology in Engineering

UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Technical Masters

Master of Engineering Studies (MEStud)

1 year full time – 8 subjects

If you are a recently graduated engineer, this program will provide you with an opportunity to pursue further studies in your chosen field. The degree is structured in such a way that you may choose a program of study that will deepen the body of knowledge acquired in your first degree as well as expand your knowledge boundaries into policy and engineering management areas. No work experience required.

To graduate with the MEStud, complete:

3 subjects from Group A:

plus 5 technical subjects from your chosen major

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Majors

 Computer Control Engineering

 Energy Planning & Policy

 Groundwater Management

 Manufacturing Engineering & Management

 Software Engineering

 Structural Engineering

 Telecommunications Engineering

 Telecommunication Networks

 TelecommunicationsEngineering & Telecommunication Networks

 Water Engineering

For information regarding subjects relating to these majors go to:

www.eng.uts.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/majors.htm

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Accounting: Concepts and Applications

Economic Evaluation

Engineering Financial Control

Judgment & Decision Making

Leadership and Responsibility

UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Management Masters

Master of Engineering Management (MEM)

1 year full time - 8 subjects

If you are a recently graduated engineer seeking a career in engineering management and who aspires to perform management tasks while maintaining currency in their technical specialities, this program will provide you with an opportunity to pursue further studies that place greater emphasis on the interface between technology and management. No work experience required.

To graduate with the MEM, complete:

6 core subjects from the following

Managing People: Concepts and Applications

Managing Projects

Quality Planning and Analysis

Systems Engineering for Managers

+ 2 elective postgraduate engineering subjects

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Software Technologies

Software Quality Processes

Software Analysis and Design

Managing Projects

UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Management Masters

Master of Software Engineering Management (MSEM)

1 year full time - 8 subjects

If you are a recently graduated engineer with at least six months’ relevant work experience in software development projects, this program will show how to successfully manage a software development project in a systematic and professional manner. The program covers the elements of software engineering and how the technology and the project team can be used to deliver on time to budget and within specification.

To graduate with the MSEM, complete:

7 core subjects

Software Project Management

Judgment and Decision Making

Software Architecture and Middleware

+ 1 elective postgraduate engineering subject

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Management Masters

Master of Environmental Engineering Management (MEEM)

1 year full time - 8 subjects

The MEEM is designed to enable engineers and other technical specialists to take a leadership role in the field of environmental engineering. It combines a set of key subjects that contain information on the nature of environmental problems together with engineering techniques for their solution. This is supplemented by management and policy subjects to empower the engineer, or technical specialist, to lead multidisciplinary teams working in the field of environmental engineering. No work experience required.

To graduate with the MEEM, complete:

6 core subjects from the following

Air and Noise Pollution

Contaminated Site Management

Ecology & Sustainability

Engineered Natural Water Treatment Systems

Environmental Assessment & Planning

Environmental Management of Land

Environmental Risk Assessment

On-site Water and Wastewater Treatment

Waste & Pollution Management

Water Quality Management

+ 2 elective engineering subjects

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

UTS:Engineering also offers

two distinct two-year programs

Technical and Management

Master of Engineering Studies / Master of Engineering Management

Engineering Management and Business Management

Master of Engineering Management / Master of Business Administration

No work experience required

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Technical and Management

Master of Engineering Studies / Master of Engineering Management (MEStud/MEM)

Duration: 2 years - 14 subjects

To graduate with the MEStud/MEM, complete:

MEStud – Semesters 1 & 2

MEM – Semesters 3 & 4

Submit to UTS:Engineering the Application for Recognition of Prior Learning for 2 subjects from the MEStud.

Students must complete 8 postgraduate subjects offered by the Faculty of Engineering. A minimum of 3 subjects must be from Group A and 4 subjects from your chosen major.

Enrol in 6 core subjects making sure you meet the requirements of the MEM. Your program must reflect six core and two elective subjects, including your two credits.

For full details ask your agent for a copy of the UTS:Engineering Postgraduate Programs brochure

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Engineering Management and Business Management

Master of Engineering Management / Master of Business Administration (MEM/MBA)

Duration: 2 years – 16 subjects

To graduate with the MEM/MBA, complete:

Core subjects MEM

Core subjects MBA

Economics: Concepts and Applications

Human Resource Management: Concepts and Applications

Financial Management: Concepts and Applications

Marketing: Concepts and Applications

OrganisationAnalysis & Design: Concepts and Applications

Strategic Management

Accounting: Concepts & Applications

Judgment & Decision Making

Managing People: Concepts & Applications

Managing Projects

Quality Planning and Analysis

Systems Engineering for Managers

+ 2 elective subjects

+ 2 elective subjects

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Research Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Research Programs

UTS:Engineering offers

 Doctor of Philosophy

 Master of Engineering (by thesis)

For further information on research go to

www.eng.uts.edu.au/courses/research/degrees.htm

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Offshore Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Offshore Programs

The Faculty of Engineering offers offshore programs through its overseas partnering agents. The programs are administered through the International and Enterprise Development Office within the Faculty of Engineering and its Partnering Agents. The programs offered are:

Master of Engineering Management

Master of Environmental Engineering Management

 Bachelor of Engineering Science

Bachelor of Engineering Science in Aerospace Operations

For further information on offshore go to

www.eng.uts.edu.au/international/offshore/index.htm

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Scholarships CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

Scholarships

UTS:Engineering offers scholarships for both undergraduate as well as postgraduate international students – for further information go to

www.eng.uts.edu.au/international/Scholarships/index.htm

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UTS:ENGINEERING

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

What to do next?

Pick up a brochure from your UTS agent

or ask your agent if you would like to know more

about UTS engineering courses

or contact:

UTS: International Faculty of Engineering

Phone: +61 3 9627 4816 Phone: +61 2 9514 2666

Fax: +61 2 9514 1530 Fax: +61 2 9514 7803

Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected]

Internet: www.uts.edu.au/international/ Internet: www.eng.uts.edu.au/

PO Box 123, Broadway NSW 2007 AUSTRALIA

The Faculty attempts to ensure that the information contained in this presentation is correct as at June 2007.

The Faculty reserves the right to vary any matter described in this presentation at any time without notice.

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