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All EIT programs are presented online – all you need to participate is an Internet connection

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Every EIT program is supported by a dedicated and trained e-Learning Coordinator ready to assist

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How does e-Learning work? Trial the experience now

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Stand out from the crowd: EIT’s 24 month online Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation)

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EIT Phone App

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CLICK THE BANNER to download the FREE “Engineering Resources” app from the Google Play Store TODAY!

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Advanced Diploma of Biomedical-Engineering

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Develop your skills and knowledge in the latest technologies in biomedical engineering

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The Engineering Institute of Technology will be On-The-Road with the upcoming AUSTRALIAN Engineering and Technology Roadshow

 

Next stop: PERTH, Western Australia   |   May 19, 2016   |   3pm - 5pm   |   View details here

 

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The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) provides leading edge distance learning engineering and technology education. Students can apply to earn recognized Professional Certificates of Competency, Advanced Diplomas, Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Master degrees in engineering.

EIT programs are designed for students working in industry who require practical, relevant education that is delivered efficiently and online via the latest distance learning techniques, including remote laboratories and simulation applications. If you are looking to get started with an engineering program ... Read more

We encourage you to find out more about distance learning for engineers and technicians by reading the eBook titled "Practical Online Learning and Laboratories For Engineering, Science and Technology" written by EIT's Dean of Engineering, Dr Steve Mackay. It is available from the Resources menu of this website - or link through to the eBook here.
 

 

 

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