We offer specialized industrial training programs with hands-on experience of live project work to suit the requirements of electronics engineers.
An engineering student’s Industrial Training must happen at the same time they are enrolled in the program. It doesn’t all have to happen in one stretch, ideally your 60 or 80 days of engineering industry training could be spread out over a year as an engineering internship or over your summer holidays at the end of the 2nd and 3rd years. Most of you would have done work experience at high school, this is just the next step up.
At UNSW you can explore more than 25 undergraduate engineering degrees, and that’s before you add any flexi or dual degrees (also known as combined or concurrent degrees).Industrial Training is an important requirement for all UNSW Engineers and these pointers could help you land the position you want.