Develop your advanced engineering skills and contribute to industry-focused research projects, identifying solutions to electrical and electronic engineering problems.
The School of Engineering has research strengths in:
Much of RMIT's electrical and electronic engineering research is conducted in the following Research Centres and Research Groups:
RMIT also hosts the following nodes of research:
The MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF) supports these research centres and groups.
In the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia assessment, electrical and electronic engineering at RMIT was ranked at 'well above world standard'. In the 2015 QS world rankings we are ranked in the top 100 universities in the world in this area based on academic reputation, research citations and employer satisfaction.
The minimum requirements for admission to a master by research program are:
At RMIT a grade of credit represents academic achievement of 60% or higher.
A masters degree will provide you with a foundation for further studies into a PhD and employment in senior leadership and management research-based positions in a variety of government, non-government and corporate organisations.