This endorsed research degree is completed by coursework and a thesis. It aims to provide a research-focused learning environment in which students can develop their independent problem solving skills through supervised research. The degree may be awarded with Distinction.
Study in a number of advanced Engineering courses will provide each student with key technical knowledge to enhance and support their research activities.
The Master of Engineering degree is awarded as an endorsed degree in an area of specialisation:
UC is ranked 285th in the world for Engineering and Technology, and in the top 300 universities in the world for Chemical Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2020).
UC is also ranked 9th in the world for Civil Engineering (Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2020), and in the top 100 universities in the world for Civil and Structural Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021).
Students must normally have completed one of the following:
Students wishing to enrol in postgraduate study must have completed both the academic and non-academic requirements of the prerequisite degree. This includes practical work days, work reports, a workshop training course, and a first aid certificate. The programme of study must be approved by the College of Engineering Dean (Academic).
If English is your additional language, are also required to meet UC's English language requirements.
A special application is required for this programme - see 'How to apply' below.
For the full entry requirements, see the Regulations for the Master of Engineering or use the admission requirements checker.How to apply
You will need to complete an application form for the ME from Te Rangai Pukaha | College of Engineering website. The deadline for applications for the ME is:
Find out more about how to apply for graduate and postgraduate qualifications.
Postgraduate study can bring many career benefits eg, specialist skills and enhanced knowledge, entry into specific occupations, higher starting salary/progression rates, research capability/achievement, and evidence of high academic attainment/self-discipline.