See Masters Programs in Engineering in New Zealand 2019
A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.
Engineering studies can explore a wide variety of topics, including mechanical, civic, chemical, or even biological engineering. Topics covered in one of these programs may range from foundational engineering principles to applied mathematical techniques.
Top Master Programs in Engineering in New Zealand 2019
Employers need ICT professionals and engineers who have the skills to work effectively in the New Zealand workplace: good communication and teamwork skills and an underst
Employers need ICT professionals and engineers who have the skills to work effectively in the New Zealand workplace: good communication and teamwork skills and an understanding of the professional environment, alongside strong technical knowledge.
The 180-point Master of Engineering Practice combines taught courses, a research project, and an industry placement to give you practical knowledge and experience.
You’ll gain skills in communication, problem solving and enterprise to complement your technical knowledge, giving you an edge in this fast-growing industry.
Enhance your career prospects
Apply your technical knowledge to designing, implementing and evaluating practical engineering problems.
Develop teamwork and professional practice skills in the context of engineering problem solving—in a variety of industry-relevant individual and group projects.
Gain valuable research and communication skills through summarising research, writing engineering proposals, and delivering oral and written reports.
Choose a specialty
Designed for recent graduates and practising engineers who want to upgrade and update their knowledge in the rapidly changing fields of electronics, materials and process
Designed for recent graduates and practising engineers who want to upgrade and update their knowledge in the rapidly changing fields of electronics, materials and processing and mechanical engineering, the Master of Engineering Practice (MEngPrac) is a taught programme that may be completed in either 12 or 18 months.
The programme was developed not only in response to the demand from New Zealand employers for work-ready engineers able to tackle the challenges of the changing global, national and local environments, but to also meet the demand of international students who are looking at improving their employability with a taught masters degree. The MEngPrac will enable you to work in diverse industries and fields in New Zealand and worldwide....
This research-focused degree is designed for graduates who wish to do further research and develop an innovative solution to an engineering question. Excellence in advanc
Master of Engineering
This research-focused degree is designed for graduates who wish to do further research and develop an innovative solution to an engineering question. Excellence in advanced engineering design, research and development skills are core features of the degree.
As a Master of Engineering (ME) graduate you will have the opportunity to either seek employment as a professional engineer or start a research career.
The ME normally takes 12 months to complete full-time. It builds on prior studies at the undergraduate level, such as the four-year BE(Hons) or BSc(Tech). The degree requires 120 points, which can either be made up of 30 points in taught papers and a 90-point dissertation (research project), or one 120-point thesis....