Graduate Certificate in Engineering Science

Study Area


Study Level



The University of New South Wales



Course Detail



Intake Time

February, June, September

Standard Duration

0.7 year

About the Course

The Graduate Certificate of Engineering Science is designed for engineers and graduates wanting to develop and expand their knowledge and skills in an area of specialisation. It will enable you to meet or maintain professional accreditation standards and provide opportunities for continuing professional development as well interaction with those at the cutting edge of their discipline. You will add breadth to your knowledge of engineering in general and expand your knowledge and skills in engineering management, as well as developing your technical knowledge and ability to analyse engineering problems. The specialisations available include: Civil Engineering; Nuclear Engineering; Chemical Process Engineering; Energy Systems; Electrical Engineering; Engineering Design and Management; Engineering Resilience; Photovoltaics and Solar Energy Engineering; Renewable Energy Engineering; and Telecommunications.The program articulates to the Graduate Diploma of Engineering Science with full credit for courses completed in the Graduate Certificate.


Average Score

at least 65%


6.5 overall (min. 6.0 in each subtest)

Background Requirements


The University of New South Wales

Institute Ranking

#44 in QS World University Rankings 2021, #4 in Australia

Program Ranking

#4 in Australia for Engineering-Chemical, #40 in the world.#1 in Australia for Engineering-Civil and Structural, #11 in the world.#1 in Australia for Engineering-Electrical and Electronic, #35 in the world.#2 in Australia for Engineering-Petroleum, #16 in the world.#3 in Australia for Engineering-Mineral & Mining, #4 in the world. *QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020