The Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

As part of the 3+1+1 collaborative program between the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT) at the University of Queensland and its Chinese partner institutions, you will be able to undertake your final year in your home university engineering program as a Study Abroad student at the University of Queensland.

Students who successfully complete their UQ Study Abroad year are awarded an engineering degree from their home university and are eligible to apply for the Master of Engineering Science at The University of Queensland.

  • China Partner Program Brochure (English)
  • China Partner Program Brochure (Chinese)
  • China 3 + 1 + 1 Study Abroad and Master of Engineering Science Handbook

Enquiries

If you are a prospective 3+1+1 student (applicants in China), please email international@eait.uq.edu.au for further enquiries. For general enquiries about UQ please email study@uq.edu.au.

Questions from current UQ students regarding their application for the master program and issues related to their visa, payment of fees, or issues of a personal nature (e.g. medical problems) should be directed to the Faculty Office. The EAIT faculty Office is located in room S204, Level 2 of the Hawken Engineering Building


Study Abroad

You will enrol as a Study Abroad student in a modified Bachelor of Engineering program. Each semester you should complete a total of #8 units and at the end of the semester you receive a finalised result for all courses. The study plans for each of the specialisations within the Bachelor of Engineering are set out in the following table. These study plans are a guide only and we encourage students to meet with an academic advisor prior to commencement.


Master of Engineering Science

The Master of Engineering Science is a one year, full time program. The study plans for each of the specialisations within the Master of Engineering Science are set out in the following table. These study plans are a guide only and we encourage students to meet with an academic advisor prior to commencement.


General Information & Useful Links

Academic Advising for students at UQ

  • Study Abroad year: An academic advisor will provide advice that will help you to enrol correctly.
  • The academic advisors for the Master of Engineering Science are available on http://www.eait.uq.edu.au/academic-advice

Transcripts

  • At the end of your second study abroad semester, your home university will receive a complimentary copy of your study abroad transcript. Your home university will use this transcript to confirm that you have met the requirements of your degree, and will inform UQ that you are eligible to enrol in the Master of Engineering Science.
  • When you graduate from your master of Engineering Science you will also receive a complimentary copy of your academic transcript, which will include your study abroad details.

Tuition fees

Visas

  • You must have a valid student visa that covers the duration of your enrolment at UQ. Information regarding this is provided with your offer material. At present, you will apply for two visas – one for your study abroad, and one for your Master of Engineering Science.
  • Getting Started at UQ will guide you through accepting your offer, enrolling, signing-on to classes and attending orientation.
  • my.UQ is the University’s website which gathers into one place a wide range of essential information for students including material on enrolment, assessment, financial matters, services, policies, and students’ rights and responsibilities.

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