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School of Mechanical Engineering
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005
AUSTRALIA


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+61 8 8303 5460
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+61 8 8303 4367

Where will you work?

Mechatronic Engineers are in high demand, both domestically and internationally. Most engineering graduates either have employment arranged upon completion of the course, or are employed within a matter of weeks after study concludes. Many graduates spend a period of time working overseas; some continue on to higher (postgraduate) degrees.

Some areas of employment include:
  • Manufacturing
  • Hi-tech research and development
  • Consulting
  • Design (all types, from cars to microwave ovens)
  • Management
  • Public Utilities
  • Defence