The School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Sydney is one of Australia's premier Engineering schools. It runs extremely successful undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs. The school is a major component of the Engineering and IT Faculty at the University of Sydney. Ranked number one in NSW (AEN rankings) and 3rd in Australia, the University of Sydney is a world leader in Teaching and Research.
Our academic staff are involved in research areas including Biomaterials & Biomechanics, Combustion, Design Optimisation, Energy Production, Field Robotics, Fluid Dynamics, Materials & Manufacturing, Navigation & Control, Rheology, Smart Structures, Thermofluids and UAV Flight Systems. Staff are highly successful in obtaining ARC research funding and external competitive grants with industry.
A broad range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs cover,
Aeronautical and Aeronautical(Space) (294 UG students in 2011)
Biomedical (247 UG students in 2011)
Mechanical and Mechanical(Space) (351 UG students in 2011)
Mechatronics and Mechatronics(Space) (218 UG students in 2011)
Research (PhD, MPhil) and Postgraduate Coursework (201 PG students in 2011)
Combined degrees with Commerce, Science, Arts, Law and Medical Science
Whether you are studying, planning to study, would like to join our research programs, consult with our staff or are just visiting, feel free to browse the pages on this site and contact us for further information.
School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies,
University of Sydney, NSW, 2006, Australia.