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  • The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) is designed
    to equip you for a career as a professional engineer.
    We provide you with a solid background in
    mathematics, natural sciences and computing that
    will prepare you for learning knowledge and skills in
    an engineering discipline specialisation. You will get
    the chance to apply yourself to engineering design
    and enquiry projects, professional engineering
    practice, engineering and technical management,
    and conduct research towards your thesis project. The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) is a fouryear
    program which is offered in 20 engineering
    disciplines:
    • Aerospace Engineering
    • Bioinformatics Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Geospatial Engineering
    • Industrial Chemistry
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
    • Mechatronic Engineering
    • Mining Engineering
    • Petroleum Engineering
    • Photovoltaics and Solar Energy
    • Renewable Energy Engineering
    • Software Engineering
    • Surveying
    • Telecommunications Engineering

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    1. jw7089 Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

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      The Bachelor of Engineering course at UNSW is one of the best in Australia, there are many types of engineering to get into such as civil, chemical, software, mechanical and many more to choose from. The course that I have been doing is civil engineering, this type can be split into 3 more major streams including roads and transport, water engineering and structural. Overall this cause is very interesting and the coursework can sometimes be challenging but it sets you up perfectly for the outside world. The 60 day internship compulsory for engineering helps you to connect with industries and prepare you to work with other companies in the future, and this is a great addition to the bachelor of engineering course. Overall, the course is enjoyable and I would recommend.

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