A degree that works for you!

We are leading the way to reimagine a new type of engineering and computer science. Whether it be a minor in humanitarian engineering or working with industry to solve real world problems, our degree options give you the skills to make a positive impact on the world.

Be recognised with in-demand qualifications from Australia’s top university with flexible undergraduate (Bachelor) study options available.

Join a creative community who are passionate about how we can reimagine the use of technology in our world.

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Undergraduate Domestic Student Guide 2025

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Connect with industry

Courses like TechLauncher and Capstone connect students with industry and government to solve real world problems. Students are introduced to a network of potential employers while developing research and professional skills to bring great ideas to life.

The majority of our degrees are professionally accredited by Engineers Australia or the Australian Computer Society (ASC). The ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics is also a member of Australia’s leading industry groups and international organisations such as Google, The Boeing Company, KPMG, Microsoft and more.


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TechLauncher is an initiative which enables students to develop the research and professional skills required to use technology to bring great ideas to life and have a positive impact on our society.


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In Capstone Design Project, you will work as an independent group to deliver value on a real-world project. Teams will work to define and scope their project in consultation with project clients, and tailor and manage system life-cycle processes to the delivery of the project.

Work Integrated Learning

Work experience is a compulsory component of your degree if you are studying any of the following programs:

Work Experience offers you the opportunity to integrate academic theory and ‘real world’ practice. You will enhance your technical and leadership skills whilst gaining experience in the workforce and insight into professional practice.

The difference between work experience and an internship

Work experience is a mandatory requirement of your Engineering degree but does not count for any credit. Work experience roles are found and organised by the student.

For-credit internships are offered by the College through an application process and are optional. Internships are assessable and count for 6-24 units of credit.

Student Support and Opportunities

Kim Jackson Scholarship

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The Kim Jackson Scholarship supports a promising female engineering student to pursue her passion for technology/engineering through an undergraduate degree at ANU. Named after its donor, the award is funded by ANU alumna Kim Jackson.

This exciting opportunity is valued at $20,000 per annum for each year of an ANU undergraduate engineering degree. The recipient must come from a non-metropolitan area to apply for this scholarship.

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