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.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) - Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
UNSW Engineering is a top-ranking research facility. Civil Engineering is one of the oldest and largest fields in this discipline and it offers graduates the opportunity to get involved in projects that enhance humanity’s quality of life. As the broadest engineering discipline at UNSW, it also offers an incredible range of specialisation options.
The Master of Engineering takes two years to complete and industrial training is a component of the program. A typical program structure includes: six Disciplinary Knowledge Courses, five Advanced Disciplinary Knowledge Courses, two Engineering and Technical Knowledge Courses, one Design course and two Research Project Courses.
It is designed for those students who do not have an accredited engineering degree, but do have either a non-accredited engineering degree, or have completed the equivalent of the first three years of an accredited engineering degree.
If you are interested in this course, please contact ACIC for further information.
UTS - Master of Project Management
UTS’s Project Management program provides an immersive learning environment for both aspiring and experienced project managers. This course equip students with the underlying knowledge and practical experience that drive project delivery across all industry sectors, from construction to information technology.
The UTS program was the first Australian program to be accredited by the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Global Accreditation Centre. The foundation subjects are compatible with the structures used by the PMI and Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) to certify practitioners.
At a master’s level, students have the opportunity to develop a specialised skillset by choosing a sub-major in business, construction, engineering, IT, local government management or health, combining project management disciplines with sector-focused knowledge.
Contact ACIC to explore more about UTS.