Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Study Discipline: Engineering & Technology
Study Programme Details
Country: New Zealand
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time, Part Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


48 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative journey by joining our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program, where theory meets practice to shape the future of our increasingly technologically advanced and sustainable world. As a part of our dynamic community, you will play a pivotal role in improving our collective future.


Dive into a comprehensive four-year program that seamlessly integrates theoretical knowledge with practical applications, ensuring your readiness for a successful career upon graduation. Choose from one of our nine specializations, offered at the forefront of engineering education. Our leading Engineering faculty is renowned for fostering a passionate and active community. Benefit from dedicated support services and student networks, empowering you to navigate personal and academic challenges with ease.

Admission Requirements

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  • The BE(Hons) is split into four ‘Parts’ that correspond to your year of study.
  • In Part I, you will be exposed to our nine available specialisations and study a broad base of engineering and professional fundamentals.
  • You will also select a General Education paper – this is a distinctive feature of our University’s undergraduate programmes. General Education is designed to broaden your education. You will also have to complete an online academic integrity course.
  • Parts II, III and IV are customised according to your chosen specialisation. Along with your specialisation courses, you will study a common core of mathematical modelling, technical communication, and professional development. You will also pursue elective courses to explore the topics that interest you the most.
  • Practical work is an essential component of your degree. You will be required to complete a 40-hour workshop practice course in Part II, and 800 hours of practical work experience throughout your degree.
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Future Career Outcomes

As a graduate, envision a future with diverse career outcomes, ranging from impactful roles in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Development, Environmental Engineering, to Project Management. Our program equips you with the skills and knowledge needed for a dynamic and evolving engineering landscape.

Visa Requirements:

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