Designed and delivered by a team of experienced industry-based tutors, this course will extend and enhance your current knowledge and technical skills, giving you the edge needed for a successful career in telecommunications and networking. The course is designed to provide you with strong foundational knowledge, focusing on the planning, design, implementation, management and maintenance of telecommunication systems and networks. Hands-on practical work with the latest telecommunication hardware and software technology is an essential part of the course. Study a broad range of electives in IT, computer networking, systems analysis, and security to graduate ready to take on a range of roles in the industry.
Take your knowledge beyond the classroom and apply it to real-world settings in your industry internship. You’ll gain valuable experience while expanding your network for future job opportunities. The course also helps you develop the “soft skills” employers are looking for, such as communication, collaboration and project management.
Change the way you learn with Work Integrated Learning and Capstone Projects
As part of Master of Engineering (Telecommunication) degree, you will have access to Work Integrated Learning unit and two Project Units:
MIT’s School of IT & Engineering have designed these units to provide you with real world, experience, working for an industry client. The Industry Experience unit will require you to undertake twelve weeks (full-time) or 24 weeks (part-time) industry placement. The additional two project units will provide you with a capstone final year project in a team environment through research, analysis and development in the Telecommunications industry. You will tackle real world complex problems with technical and creative skills.
Our past students have worked on capstone projects such as:
As an MIT student, you will have access to the state-of-the-art labs and facilities. All MIT’s labs are equipped with the latest software to hone your skill. You will also get access to MIT’s Library of the latest books/ eBooks and hundreds of online Academic publications that will keep you knowledgeable of the latest and greatest. With 24 hour digital access, you are never too far away from the latest news and journals in the academic/research space.
Learn from experts
Our school attracts some of the best minds in the engineering and networking field, like IoT, mobile and 4G expert Professor Johnson Agbinya, also Head of School (SITE).
|Level||Higher Degree Course (Masters)|
|Approval Status||This course is approved by TEQSA under the Higher Education Standards Framework.|
|Australian Quality Framework (AQF) recognition||The award conferred upon completion is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 9|
|CRICOS Course Code||076147G (VIC)|
|Duration||2 Years (4 Trimesters) Full-Time or Equivalent Part-Time (Domestic Students only)|
|Intake||March, July, November|
|Study mode||On Campus|
Graduates of this course will:
Each unit consists of 20 credit points. A full time study load is 60 credit points per semester. MEng(Tel) comprises of ten core units and two electives. Electives are at Level 5 or 6 (Advanced Study).
This study plan may change according to unit availability, credit transfers or Recognition of Prior Learning.
Program structures and units are subject to change through the process of regular course revision. There is no guarantee that every unit will be offered in any particular trimester.
A crucial part of Master of Engineering (Telecommunication) is, it has Work Integrated Learning component through the unit ME700. This enables student to put their theoretical knowledge into practice in a real workplace. This program uses the institution's partnerships with industry to give students access to a range of employers.
This is a mandatory component for awarding of the degree. Students are required to undertake Industry Placement of twelve weeks (full-time) or 24 weeks (part-time).
If a third party is required to find the placement, a fee of upto $2,500 (currently) will incur - for which the student is responsible. This industry experience is designed to meet Engineers Australia accreditation requirements.
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Graduates of the MEng(Tel) may find employment in leadership roles in telecommunications management, administration, engineering services, delivery and management within a wide range of public and private enterprises. Typical roles include: Telecommunications Engineer, Telecommunications Network Planner, Telecommunication Technical Senior Officer or Technologist, Network Engineer, Network Architect, Network Analyst, Network Designer, Senior Network Developer, Network Manager, Project Manager, or Senior Sales Manager/Consultant.
The Master of Engineering (Telecommunications) is fully accredited by Engineers Australia. Graduates of this program are eligible for membership at Professional level of Engineers Australia according to Washington Accord. Your engineering accreditation is recognised around the world in countries that are signatories of the Washington Accord.
Other countries also are likely to recognise the Washington Accord qualification since there is nothing higher in engineering accreditation than the accord, but it is not guaranteed.
Overseas applicants must have a qualification recognized by the Australian Government National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition [NOOSR] as equivalent to at least an Australian Bachelor of Engineering.
|English language Proficiency tests||Results Required|
|IELTS (Academic)||Overall score 6.0 (no band less than 5.5) or equivalent|
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Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
I chose MIT because the engineering degree is accredited by Engineers Australia... MIT also takes a holistic approach to education and provides the utmost care and assistance to students.
Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
The internship I’m undertaking as part of my degree has taken my learning to a whole new level. My role as Project Coordinator takes me on fieldwork projects for Telstra where I get hands-on with diagnosing and fixing faults to power panels– something that is directly related to my studies!
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