NEW Online Bachelor and Master Degrees - Live Information Session

Date for the next session TBA

We will be conducting the live information sessions on a regular basis.  If you are unable to attend the session above, you can either register to recieve the recording of the session, or register  to be notified of the next available date.  

EIT now offers four Bachelor Degrees (Electrical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Civil and Structural Engineering / Industrial Automation Engineering) as well as a range of Master Degrees.  These accredited programs are conducted entirely online using a combination of live webinars with expert lecturers, remote laboratories, simulation software, assignments, readings and more! 

If you would like to know more about these programs, attending our live, online information session is a must!

The session will cover:

  • Why you should consider a BSc(Engineering) - the benefits to you
  • Program structure
  • Articulation arrangements from other qualifications
  • Three year vs four year engineering degrees
  • Master degrees
  • Remote and virtual labs
  • Accreditation issues
  • Question and answers


Session Details:
Date and time TBA

The software package, Electromeet, will be used for this session. You will be sent instructions by email with the link to the online classroom, 24hrs before the session takes place. Simply click on the link provided to enter the 'classroom'.

Please ensure you have the latest browser for Google Chrome or Firefox to attend the live session.

How To Register:

Attend Session - If you select this option, you will recieve instructions by email on how to access the live session approximately 24-48 hours prior to the session start time. You will also receive a copy of the recording and slides from the session to view at your leisure.

Recording only - Select recording only if you can't attend the session but would still like a copy of the recording and slides. You will receive the recording and slides after the session has taken place.

Both options will receive a copy of the recording and slides approximately two weeks after the webinar takes place.
Registrations close 24 hours prior to the session start time . If you are interested but unable to attend, you can request to receive the recordings of the information session, or alternatively register your interest to attend  the next available session (date to be confirmed).

If you have any questions about this information session, please email Carol Moverley at