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Engineering and Computing unknowns explored

Become a future technology leader, ready to take on the challenges of the unknown.

How is Gen Z shaping cities and futures?

At UQ, we're exploring how to design cities of the future by monitoring human behaviour and mass movement patterns.

Find out how we're inspiring future engineers to own the unknown.

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Explore your options

In our engineering and computing programs, you'll learn from world experts, get hands-on experience during placements and work with cutting-edge equipment and facilities.

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Set yourself up to thrive in an exciting career where you'll use your skills and knowledge to solve some of the world's most challenging problems.

Bachelor of Computer Science

Bachelor of Computer Science

Shape the digital future by gaining the fundamental knowledge and practical skills to design, develop and analyse computer-based systems.

Bachelor of Design

Bachelor of Design

Develop expertise in the area that interests you most, from communication or industrial design to spatial and human-centred design.

Go deeper

What could your UQ experience be like? Hear from our current students and staff.

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What's it really like to study engineering at UQ?

Get a personal perspective from Tierney, an engineering graduate, and Dr Jiwon Kim, a lecturer from the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology.

Dr Jiwon Kim

Get to know Dr Jiwon Kim

Dr Jiwon Kim credits a childhood love of Lego to a lifelong career in transport engineering. As a lecturer and researcher, she designs her curriculum to ensure students learn skills for the future and can work with data and digital transformation.

Express yourself. And your interest.

They say choosing a degree is hard, which is why we've made it easy. Register your interest in engineering and computing and we'll send you everything you need to know about applying to UQ.