Reaffirming the quality of MITs Engineering degrees

Telecommunications and networking are two of the fastest growing professions today. Telecommunications networks result from cohesion of several technologies into integrated, all-purpose network architectures such as the fourth generation (4G) and the emerging fifth generation (5G) networks.

Deloitte Access Economics' report on ‘Australia’s Digital Pulse’ in 2017 predicts that based on current Australia’s workforce growth data on information and communications technology (ICT), there will be average growth of 2% per annum over the next five years within the ICT sector. The report also identifies the ability to create opportunities in optimising the effectiveness of 5G mobile technology deployment as a channel for Australia to reap the full benefits from the digital revolution and era.

Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the few private higher education institutions in Australia that offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Telecommunications Engineering.

Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT)’s Bachelor of Engineering Technology and Master of Engineering courses are unique as they focus on supporting and leveraging on these technologies. They are offered with integrated industry experience as mandatory, enabling students to gain valuable experience and future job opportunities.

MIT is proud to announce it has received full accreditation for a period of seven years by Australia’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). This is in addition to full accreditation from Engineers Australia (EA) for these Engineering courses. These are outstanding outcomes for MIT, (currently) the only Australian private higher education institution having received the maximum period of re-accreditation by TEQSA and EA for its Engineering courses and reconfirms the calibre of MITs Engineering courses.

 


References

Deloitte Australia. (2017). Australia’s Digital Pulse | Deloitte Australia | Deloitte Access Economics report, Workforce, Technology. [online] Available at: https://www2.deloitte.com/au/en/pages/economics/articles/australias-digital-pulse.html

Resources

Engineers Australia. (2017). Accredited Program Directory | Accredited Engineering Programs | Engineers Australia. [online] Available at: https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/resource-centre/resource/accredited-program-directory-accredited-engineering-programs