Regardless of whether you are a domestic or international student, when you study on-campus with EIT, our supportive blended learning model and small class sizes encourage you to advance your technical knowledge and remain engaged in your studies while forming global networks.  

We deliver our on-campus degrees via a unique methodology that makes use of an international pool of expert lecturers, dedicated learning support officers, and provides you access to cutting-edge simulation software alongside physical and virtual laboratories to test concepts and deepen your understanding of program content. We have campuses in Perth, Western Australia, and Melbourne, Victoria.

Campus Locations

Perth Campus

EIT’s brand-new multi-level campus in West Perth is conveniently located within walking distance of Perth’s city center. This area is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, ensuring access to diverse cultural experiences. The campus is situated approximately two kilometers from one of the world’s largest inner-city parks, Kings Park, and close to convenient public transport services.

Facilities available to students:
• Classrooms with computer and internet access
• Student support team
• Dedicated student breakout areas
• Library

Why Perth

Western Australia’s capital city of Perth has been ranked the 6th most liveable city in the world and is consistently rated in the top 50 international student cities. Perth has a vast array of cultural and sporting redevelopments, education, and transport infrastructure projects, offering a dynamic cultural experience. Perth is also one of the friendliest, sunniest cities in the world with endless pristine beaches, nature reserves, and outdoor recreation facilities. The New York Times has put Perth on its list of ‘52 Places to Go’ in 2019.

Melbourne Campus

EIT’s Victorian Campus is located in the heart of Melbourne. Students have easy access to public transport services, and it is close to restaurants, theatres, shopping, and sporting facilities.

Facilities available to students:
• Classrooms with computer and internet access
• Student support staff
• Breakout areas
• Physical Library

Why Melbourne

Victoria’s capital city of Melbourne boasts culture and vibrancy. It has world-class health care, public transport, entertainment, and amenity.

According to the QS Best Student Cities 2018 survey, Melbourne is the 3rd best student city in the world due to easy navigation, being a multicultural society, and attracting some of the world’s best researchers and academics. Melbourne has a unique climate, featuring warm summers, moderate autumns, cool winters, and sunny springs.

Brisbane Campus

EIT’s new Brisbane campus is located in the heart of the city, just a 5-minute walk from the central station, offering easy access to public transport.  

Facilities available to students:
• Classrooms with computer and internet access
• Dedicated teaching laboratories with equipment
• Student support staff
• Breakout areas
• First Aid Room
• Physical Library

Why Brisbane

Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane aka the ‘sunny capital’ of Australia is known for its mild winters and hot summers! This bustling city offers a unique blend of modernity and natural beauty with its stunning skyline and beautiful river. Ranked in the top 30 best student cities globally (QS Best Student Cities 2023) Brisbane is home to nearly 100,000 students who enjoy a beautiful and cosmopolitan city with warm, sunny weather and a relaxed, outdoor lifestyle.

Study Options

Tuition Fee & Associated Living Costs

Find more information about EIT’s on-campus fees* click here.

Visa Application: Please refer to the Visa Pricing Estimator tool on the Department of Home Affairs website to estimate the cost of your visa

Living Cost and Visa Application: Please refer to the Study Australia website for more information on the associated costs to study and live in Australia


EIT offers a range of partial scholarships, with a number of places available to students enrolled in one of our on-campus courses.

The student contribution fee and fee reduction covered is specific to each scholarship. Please visit your scholarship of interest to find out more.

*The listed course tuition fees do not cover expenses such as visa application costs, accommodation, and travel costs. These costs are to be handled by students as an additional expense as part of studying and living in Australia.

We offer free advice on locating appropriate and convenient home-stays, rental accommodation, and temporary short-term lodgings such as hostels or serviced apartments. Please email us at for inquiries.

You can use the Cost of Living Calculator to work out the estimated cost needed to cover your stay in Australia as an international student.

International Students

Applying For Your Visa

Student Visa: Before applying for a Student Visa, you must have a valid Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). EIT will provide you with a CoE once your first semester fees are paid and you have your OSHC confirmed, as indicated in your letter of offer. The Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs will require your CoE when you submit your Student Visa application.

You can apply for one of EIT’s on-campus degrees through one of EIT’s Education Agents or through a direct application.

Before applying, please make sure you check the entry requirements. You can contact us and learn more about applying here


Refer to the handy resource we put together that helps simplify EIT’s on-campus enrollment process for you.

Whichever method you choose to start your on-campus journey at EIT, our Course Advisors and Admissions Team will be available throughout the process to answer any queries.

Visa application cost: Please refer to the Visa Pricing Estimator tool on the Department of Home Affairs website to estimate the cost involved in applying for your visa.

What documents do I need to apply for my visa: Please refer to the Document Checklist Tool on the Department of Home Affairs website for details on the documents required for successful application of your visa.               

Post-study Work Opportunities: After You Graduate

In November 2019, Perth received regional status from the Australian Federal Government. For international students, this means you may be eligible to stay in Western Australia for four to six years after completing undergraduate or postgraduate study. Students may be eligible to stay in Melbourne for up to 4 years.

Post-study work opportunities are available to all on-campus graduates of EIT, which means you can apply for a Post-Study Work Visa upon completion of your qualification. A Post-Study Work Visa gives you the opportunity to gain more work experience in Australia, after you graduate. And subsequently, you could be eligible for skills assessments required for a Skilled Visa application.

Australian Government announced changes to the Temporary Graduate visa program as part of its recent Migration Strategy. These changes should take effect from 1 July 2024, subject to passage of legislative amendments. You can find more information at Changes to the Temporary Graduate visa programs.

On-Campus Student Experience


Our Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees require students to undertake 240 hours of paid or unpaid professional Work-Integrated Learning (at no extra cost)*. This can usually include paid or unpaid internships, site visits, contributing to industry projects, and networking activities.

In undertaking internships, through exposure to engineering supervision, projects, and teamwork, you will gain develop an understanding of work expectations, professionalism, organizational policy, and workplace culture.

We assist our on-campus students with resume development, interview techniques, presentation skills, and making contact with our industry partners.

*Applicable from July 2021 intake

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