Our qualifications are designed and presented by industry experts based around the world, ensuring our students graduate with cutting-edge skills that are valued by employers globally.
The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) has been delivering industry-driven programs for over 10 years. EIT offers Australian accredited engineering Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas, Graduate Certificates, Bachelor's Degrees and Master's Degrees. We also deliver non-accredited Professional Certificates of Competency, which are designed to impart skills that can be immediately implemented in the workplace making them ideal for ongoing professional development.
All of our programs are offered online, while our four bachelor degrees and four of our master's degrees are also presented on-campus.
Our vocational programs and higher education degrees are accredited by the Australian Government. We have programs that are also recognized under three international engineering accords. Together with our sister organization IDC Technologies IDC Technologies, we have trained over 500,000 engineers, technicians, and technologists globally over the last 30 years.
We deliver our online and on-campus programs via a unique methodology that makes use of live and interactive webinars, an international pool of expert lecturers, dedicated learning support officers, and state-of-the-art technologies such as hands-on workshops, remote laboratories, and simulation software. Whether you are studying online or on-campus in Australia, our supportive blended learning model and small class sizes allow you to advance your technical knowledge and remain engaged in your studies while forming global networks and balancing life and work commitments.
EIT is committed to providing a dynamic and interesting learning experience for all students, with equivalent outcomes, regardless of delivery mode.
We encourage you to find out more about technology enhanced 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 here.