How can I pursue a Master's in Mechatronics or Autonomous Vehicles in Melbourne, Australia?

Asked by Smit Savaliya over 1 year ago

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Hey, This two-year master's qualification provides students with specialized knowledge and professional engineering skills to prepare them for a career in the rapidly-growing fields of mechatronics, robotics and automation, computer vision, and intelligent systems.

The program includes specialized courses in control systems, advanced control systems, computer vision, robotics, embedded systems, data analytics, grid integration, and industrial energy efficiency.

Graduates will be able to identify and critically evaluate current developments and emerging trends within the robotics, intelligent systems, and industrial automation sector, communicate effectively with colleagues, other engineering professionals, etc.


The tuition fees per year in Australia would be around INR 26,36,976. 


ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  -


CGPA - 5/7

Applicant must have a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) or international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 5.0/7.0 in a cognate discipline.


Some of the Cognate disciplines are -

Electrical and/or Electronics

Automation, Control

Intelligent Systems

Robotics,

Information Engineering

Biomedical

Mechatronics


IELTS/ TOEFL - 

A minimum 6.5 band score in IELTS and 80 in TOEFL is required for admission to this program in Australia. 


PTE Score requirements - 

Marks - 64/90

A minimum score of 55 in each section


TOP UNIVERSITIES FOR THIS COURSE IN AUSTRALIA - 

University of New South Wales

Monash University

University of Queensland

University of Technology, Sydney

RMIT University


I hope this helps, or else you can directly talk to an expert here!

 


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Ojas Jha

Ojas Jha

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Melbourne is a leading hub for technology and automotive innovation, making it an excellent place to study Mechatronics or Autonomous Vehicles. The University of Melbourne, known for its research-driven approach, and RMIT University, with its practical and industry-focused programs, are both outstanding. These programs typically require a background in engineering or a related field, and you will benefit from exploring their specific course offerings and entry requirements online or through their admissions office.

Additionally, Melbourne's tech industry connections can provide you with internship and job opportunities post-graduation, preparing you for a successful career in these cutting-edge fields.


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