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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005
AUSTRALIA


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How does one become a Mechatronic Engineer?

To become a Mechatronic Engineer, you should have the following qualities:

  • a strong desire to execercise creativity in design, and to see creative ideas become a reality.
  • a strong social awareness and concern for quality of life.
  • a curiosity about how things work, and how to improve them.
  • a good academic background with above average year 12 results in Mathematics I and II and Physics.
  • ability and determination to succeed and to continue self-education upon completion of your studies.
  • good communication skills.
  • a TER score which is high enough to gain selection within the competitive quota.