Regardless of whether you are a domestic or international student, when you study on-campus with EIT, our supportive blended learning model and small class sizes encourage you to advance your technical knowledge and remain engaged in your studies while forming global networks.  

We deliver our on-campus degrees via a unique methodology that makes use of an international pool of expert lecturers, dedicated learning support officers, and provides you access to cutting-edge simulation software alongside physical and virtual laboratories to test concepts and deepen your understanding of program content. We have campuses in Perth, Western Australia, and Melbourne, Victoria.

Campus Locations

Perth Campus

EIT’s Perth campus is located in leafy, green Bentley. This area is known as an academic, innovation, enterprise, and technology hub. The campus is situated approximately eight kilometers from Perth’s city center, and it is close to convenient public transport services.

Facilities available to students:
• Classrooms with computer and internet access
• Student support team
• Dedicated student breakout areas
• Library
• Free Parking

About Perth

Western Australia’s capital city of Perth has been ranked in the top ten most liveable cities in the world and is consistently rated in the top 50 international student cities. Perth has a vast array of cultural and sporting redevelopments, education, and transport infrastructure projects. In addition to providing the amenity and convenience of a capital city, Perth is one of the friendliest, sunniest cities in the world with endless pristine beaches, nature reserves, and outdoor recreation facilities. It’s no wonder that the New York Times has put Perth on its list of ‘52 Places to Go’ in 2019.

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Melbourne Campus

EIT’s Victorian Campus is located in the heart of Melbourne. There is easy access to public transport services, plus it is close to restaurants, theatres, shopping, and sporting facilities.

Facilities available to students:
• Classrooms with computer and internet access
• Student support staff
• Breakout areas
• Café
• First Aid Room
• Physical Library

About Melbourne

Victoria’s capital city of Melbourne boasts culture and vibrancy. It has world-class health care, public transport, entertainment, and amenity.

According to the prestigious QS Best Student Cities 2018 survey, Melbourne is considered the third best student city in the world because it is easy to navigate, features a multicultural society, and attracts some of the world’s best researchers and academics. Melbourne has a unique climate, featuring warm summers, moderate autumns, cool winters, and sunny springs.

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Student Accommodation

Accommodation for international students is as varied as the requirements of the students themselves! Perth and Melbourne both have many options available.

We offer free advice on locating appropriate and convenient home-stays, rental accommodation, and temporary short term lodgings such as hostels or serviced apartments. Please email us at student.services@eit.edu.au for further assistance.

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On-Campus Methodology

Dedicated Learning Support Officers (LSOs)

All students need support, encouragement, and a go-to person. Our students are supported by dedicated Learning Support Officers (LSOs) for the duration of their studies, giving them a greater chance of success. Our on-campus students will have a committed LSO for each unit of study.

Engineering Equipment and Experimentation

Practical hands-on work is a requirement of many professional engineering societies and accreditation agencies around the world. It is also an essential component of the EIT Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering programs.

Our hands-on workshops complement remote and virtual labs included in our programs. While our remote labs are contextualized within industry and are more comprehensive than most traditional classroom-based programs, hands-on workshops provide you with additional applied knowledge. They ensure you are competent in using practical tools, workplace safety, physical measurement, experimentation, construction, assembly, and working in an engineering team.

Students who already possess significant industrial experience in their engineering discipline of study may apply for recognition of prior learning to meet this requirement.

Internships – Our Commitment to Work Integrated Learning

EIT bachelor’s and master’s programs require students to undertake 240 hours of paid or unpaid professional work-integrated learning. This can incorporate paid or unpaid internships, site visits, contributing to industry projects, and networking activities.

Applying for work-integrated learning can be very daunting for students, particularly those without any industry experience. We, therefore, assist our on-campus students with resume development, interview techniques, presentation skills, and making contact with our industry partners.

In undertaking internships, students will interact with employees and become exposed to organizational policy and culture. You will familiarize yourself with organizational communication procedures, a variety of engineering disciplines, and obtain insight and practical aptitude in projects from the planning phase to completion.

If you already have work experience in a relevant engineering field, you may apply to have credit granted by completing the associated recognition of prior learning form.