Diploma of Engineering

Future Students Diploma of Engineering

Diploma of Engineering

Enter directly into the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) on successful completion of this one-year diploma designed specifically for international students. A strong focus on providing a supportive environment empowers you to succeed in your studies.

Available to students on international student visas only.

Location

Townsville

Commencing

February

Duration

1 year full-time

Delivery

On campus

Entry requirements

ATAR of 64.95 (or equivalent) with Sound in Senior Maths B (or equivalent) for four semesters

CRICOS Code

098159M

  • What to expect

  • Tuition fees

  • How to apply

Experience a future in engineering through this pathway degree and benefit from small classes allowing easy access to world-class lecturers.

Develop the knowledge needed to succeed in future engineering studies. You will study foundation subjects and understand the key concepts of the engineering profession.

Learn how to effectively communicate as a professional engineer and gain essential practical experience through laboratory classes and field trips to local and regional industry partners.

Receive a university diploma qualification upon successful completion of this degree. If you achieve the relevant English language requirements, you can enter the second year of the nationally and internationally accredited Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).

View the Handbook for specific subject information.

Annual Tuition Fee: $AUD29,200 (estimate only)

Courses are charged per year of full-time study. Fees are reviewed annually and subject to change. For more details download our undergraduate tuition fees guide for 2019 (PDF, 8985 KB).

Student Services and Amenities fee is payable per subject up to a maximum amount per year.

Student Visa holders must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their Student Visa (except Norwegian, Swedish and Belgian citizens). Costs depend on the length of study and the number of dependants accompanying the student. For more information see Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

What you need to know before you apply

You will need to supply the following with your application:

  • Previous and current certificates and academic transcripts
  • Grading Scale used at the institution/s you have undertaken your studies
  • English proficiency test results (if required and available at time of application)
  • Passport to confirm your name and citizenship (if available at time of application)

Certified copies and original documents

Posted, faxed, scanned or uploaded copies can be used during the assessment process. However once your application is approved you will need to supply original certified documents. These may be posted to:

James Cook International
James Cook University
Townsville QLD 4811, AUSTRALIA

If documents are written in a language other than English you will need to provide certified translations and a certified copy of the original document.

An acceptable certified document is a photocopy of an original document that has been certified as a true copy and signed by the certifier – public notary, registered agent of James Cook University or a representative of the institution. The certification must be original; photocopies or facsimiles of certified copies are not acceptable.

Entry requirements

As well as having studied the subjects listed in the prerequisites for this course, you must also meet necessary minimum academic entry scores and requirements.

Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the English language proficiency requirements of Band 1 – Schedule II of the JCU Admissions Policy.

If you meet the academic requirements for a course, but not the minimum English requirements, you will be given the opportunity to take an English program to improve your skills in addition to an offer to study a degree at JCU. The JCU degree offer will be conditional upon you gaining a certain grade in the English program. This combination of courses is called a packaged offer.

How to apply

Take note of the duration, cost and campus availability of your selected course. You may wish to include a second course preference.

  1. Register using your full legal name as it appears on your passport.
  2. Gather electronic copies of your documentation including advanced standing application if relevant. You will need to provide original certified copies of your documents once your application has been approved.
  3. Complete all the questions and upload all your documents. You can save and continue the application later if you need to.
  4. Submit your application.

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Application deadlines

Applications close 31 January for commencing in teaching period 1 (semester 1).

Help with your application

If you need help with your application, would like to change your preferences (course, campus, commencing semester or major) after you have submitted your application please contact International Admissions:

Email: InternationalAdmissions@jcu.edu.au
Phone: +61 7 4781 5601

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