Hot Courses in Demand

Here you will find the latest and most popular courses currently in demand. If you would like further information or would like to apply for these courses, please contact an ACIC consultant.


UWA’s Master of Renewable and Future Energy

UWA is pleased to announce a new course that solves the critical need to provide engineering professionals with relevant renewable energy skills.

Available from Semester 1 2020, the Master of Renewable and Future Energy is for students who have completed a degree in engineering and is designed to equip them with the skills to adapt and evolve as new technologies for the energy sector development. At the forefront of the rapidly expanding renewable energy industry both in Australia and globally, a key feature of the course is its strong engagement with industry, with world-leading experts and specialists leading course innovation.

It offers an opportunity for students to gain skills and knowledge to tackle the current challenges and opportunities that come with the uptake of clean energy and distributed renewable energy in microgrids.

The course draws on content from across engineering disciplines to provide breadth and depth and addresses four key areas:

(i) renewable energy sources and generation;

(ii) energy storage systems;

(iii) energy transmission and distribution, including smart grids and microgrids;

(iv) the main drivers and policies that impact the adoption of clean energy.

For more information about the course or how to apply, please contact ACIC.

University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Aviation

The Bachelor of Aviation (Flight) program from the University of South Australia provides students a strong first step to their career as a pilot. The University continues to work proudly with flying partner, Flight Training Adelaide (FTA), in delivering our aviation programs. FTA is a world-renowned flying school that trains pilots for Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, China Airlines, Virgin Australia, QantasLink and Indigo.

The degree includes:

  • 15-20 hours of flying at FTA, and the chance to achieve their first solo flight
  • Flight training theory taught by FTA
  • Access to the university’s on-campus desktop simulator lab
  • Access and simulator time in the on-campus, industry standard 737 simulator

FTA also offers students the option to progress to their Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) program concurrently during year 2 and 3 of the bachelor. Entry to this program is based on a student’s performance in the first year of their bachelor degree.  Students who are not successful, but still wish to fly, may choose an alternative flight training provider.

For more information about the course or how to apply, please contact ACIC.