From 2023 most subjects will be taught on campus only with flexible options limited to a select number of postgraduate programs and individual subjects.
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Eligibility and requirements
Admission into or selection of one of the following:
- MC-BIOMENG - Master of Biomedical Engineering - Available only in 'No Specialisation
- MC-CIVENG - Master of Civil Engineering - Available only in 'No Specialisation'
- MC-ELECENG - Master of Electrical Engineering (no specialisation) (Electronics and Photonics) (Low Carbon Power Systems)
- MC-ENVENG - Master of Environmental Engineering - Available only in 'No Specialisation'
- MC-MECHENG - Master of Mechanical Engineering (no specialisation) (Aerospace) (Manufacturing) (Materials) (Business)
- MC-MTRNENG - Master of Mechatronics Engineering (no specialisation) (Manufacturing)
- MC-SOFTENG - Master of Software Engineering – Available only in ‘No Specialisation’
- MC-IS Master of Information Systems
- MC-IT Master of Information Technology
- MC-IT100 Master of Information Technology
- MC-IT150 Master of Information Technology
- Biomedical specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Civil specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Electrical specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Environmental specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Mechanical specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Mechanical with Business specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Mechatronics specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Software specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
- Structural specialisation (formal) in the MC-ENG Master of Engineering
There is an application process for this subject:
Students may apply for university-sourced internships through a competitive process, or source their own internships.
Students intending on using a self-sourced internship must apply to have it approved by the ENGR90033 subject coordinator by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
An application for a student-sourced internship must be made at least two weeks before the teaching period commencement date.
Students are likely to find the internship subject to be significantly more challenging than most other subjects due to the very high workload requirements of being on an industry placement, and the need to adapt to an industry environment. As such, students completing the internship subject as part of a full study load will need to manage their time very carefully.
Please do note, 'At Risk' students are not eligible to enrol in this subject.
Students should also avoid completing a 25-point industry-based final year project concurrently with the internship subject. Students who wish to do so should first discuss their plans with the Engineering and IT Placements team (email@example.com).
Certain degrees have options of specialisations. These specialisations can use up available electives. If you are considering a specialisation please seek course advice from STOP 1 and/or your Course Coordinator before considering the Internship subject (ie. before applying for any internships). If you enrol in the internship subject, you may later find that you have used up 25 points of electives, preventing you from taking certain specialisations. For that reason it is important to course plan very carefully.
|Code||Name||Teaching period||Credit Points|
|BUSA90485||Global Business Practicum||
|CHEN90028||Chemical Engineering Internship||
Semester 2 (Early-Start)
|GEOM90017||Spatial Industry Internship||12.5|
|ISYS90082||Industry Based IT Experience Project||12.5|
Inherent requirements (core participation requirements)
The University of Melbourne is committed to providing students with reasonable adjustments to assessment and participation under the Disability Standards for Education (2005), and the Assessment and Results Policy (MPF1326). Students are expected to meet the core participation requirements for their course. These can be viewed under Entry and Participation Requirements for the course outlines in the Handbook.
Further details on how to seek academic adjustments can be found on the Student Equity and Disability Support website: http://services.unimelb.edu.au/student-equity/home
Last updated: 12 November 2022