Learn to be a leader and set yourself up for a wide range of career opportunities.
We educate the best and brightest in the Australian Defence Force and have done so for 55 years. The skills and knowledge we provide our military leaders and those of the future have a real and positive impact on our nation. We believe in lifelong learning and we provide the expertise and courses that will enable you to continually grow and develop your skills and knowledge throughout your career.
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Prepare yourself for a career in and out of the Australian Defence Force, working with some of the most sophisticated technology in the world. Develop the skills you need to succeed in a constantly evolving technology and security environment.
This degree is specifically designed to prepare you for the needs of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) asâ€¯Australiaâ€™s largest aircraft operator. Itâ€™s tailored to future aeronautical engineers and covers the fundamentals of aeronautics, aerodynamics and engine propulsion for both fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft.
Are you someone who likes a challenge? Does the thought of sending an astronaut to the moon fill you with excitement? Aeronautical engineers work at the cutting-edge of engineering designing, manufacturing, and maintaining aircraft in the aviation and aerospace industries.
This four-year full-time degree is in-built with an honours research project. Working with experienced engineers and client representatives on industry-focused design and research projects, youâ€™ll gain the hands-on experience required to meet the global challenges of the future.
Do you want to build the next line of the light rail, design a hydroelectric dam, orÌýboreÌýaÌýtunnel under the sea?ÌýIfÌýthese scenarios inspireÌýyou, thenÌýa civil engineeringÌýdegreeÌýcouldÌýbeÌýfor you!Ìý
Do you have an interest in radar, communication, or weapons systems? Are you interested in driving the Australian Defence Force's position at the forefront of technology? If these scenarios make your circuits fire, then studying electrical engineering at ÁñÁ«¹ÙÍø Canberra at ÁñÁ«¹ÙÍø may be for you.
Do you like to build computers? Have you ever wondered how a plane can fly on autopilot? If these scenarios get your circuits firing, then studying a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Honours) at ÁñÁ«¹ÙÍø Canberra could be for you.Ìý
As a mechanical engineer, youâ€™ll be the driving force behind the ADFâ€™s advanced technology, powering the machines around us.â€¯No other organisation in Australia has such a complex and challenging equipment inventory operating under such demanding conditions.
Do you enjoy the challenge of figuring out how things work? Are you known for your inventiveness and ingenuity when solving practical problems around the house? If this sounds like you, then why not study a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering?Ìý
Water covers more than 70 per cent of the worldâ€™s surface. To navigate oceans, rivers, lakes and other waterways, people depend on water vessels. In this program, youâ€™ll learn how to solve design problems while boosting your career opportunities using military and civilian perspectives.Ìý
Naval architecture firms and consultants are significant employers of naval architects. Naval architects working in the field of high-speed ferries have been particularly successful. Australia holds the leading position in the research and development of passenger and cargo multihulls.Ìý
This degree is designed to develop the attributes and skills needed to work on the front line of Australia's sovereign cyber capabilities. Youâ€™ll be able to understand and identify risks and make computing and networking systems secure.
In the world of designing, manufacturing and maintaining aircraft and related systems, aeronautical engineers are essential. Be prepared for a career in the Australian Defence Force and aerospace industry by understanding the social, ethical and environmental context of aircraft workings.
Challenge yourself and broaden your career horizons with this degree. This program is for students who excelled in their undergraduate computer science studies and wish to extend their skills in cyber security.
Our non-technical degrees help you develop a broad foundation of transferrable skills that will set you up for success as a leader in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) or in a non-defence setting when you choose to transition from the ADF.
This degree gives you strong communication, problem solving and critical thinking skills â€“ essential attributesâ€¯of effective leaders in the Australian Defence Force.â€¯ Arts degrees are flexible and allow you to keep your options open.Ìý
The Bachelor of Business lays a solid foundation in communication, numeracy and commercial acumen. This degree positions you to work within the business processes of the ADF and to interact with industry partners. Ìý
Ignite your passion for science. From oceanography to aviation and physics, this degree unlocks a world of career possibilities. Science degrees are flexible and allow you to keep your options open. They will give you theÌý analytical and problem-solving skills to advance your career as a leader in the Australian Defence Force.ÌýÌý
In this program youâ€™ll plan and implement a research project on a topic of your choice. You'll also complete coursework curated to help bolster your research skills and knowledge of your chosen area of specialisation.
Did you enjoy undertaking research for your assignments during your bachelor's degree? Do you want to learn more about a specific field of business studies? This degree provides the opportunity to do both, as well as deepen your critical thinking and communication skills.
Enhance your skills and understanding in your chosen area of science and lay the academic foundations for a masterâ€™s degree with a degree that connects high-performing students to a deeper knowledge of approaches and traditions in their chosen fields.Ìý