Pathways to university Engineering ATAR

Engineering ATAR Cut Off Information

Do you dream of a career in engineering, designing smart cities or new machines for aerospace, health, or agriculture? Do you have on-the-job experience and wonder if it could be credited towards a degree? Are you concerned about the ATAR cut off for engineering courses? Consider the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) course at ĢƵ. Even if you don’t have the ATAR score to meet the engineering course ATAR cut off there are other pathways into tertiary studies.

You can find the most recent engineering ATAR cut off score within the Fast Facts section of the ĢƵ Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) course page.

At ĢƵ, we know there are many reasons a student may not reach the engineering ATAR cut off score. Those reasons may have nothing to do with your ability to successfully pursue a tertiary degree. The first step is to contact ĢƵ to talk to an advisor and find out more about your options for a career in engineering.

A bridging course could be your pathway to university. If you have engineering experience but finished school at Year 10, or if you don't have an ATAR score at all, you may be able to take a course to bridge the gap and enter higher education studies.

If your prior experience shows you meet the rank, English prerequisite, and English proficiency requirements, the Mathematical Methods (Maths B) equivalent bridging course is designed to give you the foundation you need for success in your engineering degree studies.

In this course, you'll master basic maths and algebra skills, functions, graph sketching, trigonometry, and an introduction to calculus as you learn to apply the standard laws of mathematics. When you complete this course, you may be ready to begin your engineering degree.

If you don't meet the engineering course ATAR cut off score, you may also find a pathway to university through ĢƵ.

ĢƵ offers the following courses as potential pathways into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours):

Explore the relevant course pages to determine which pathway could be right for you. To access advice specific to your circumstances, contact our friendly Future Students team today.

In all your subjects at ĢƵ, you'll gain the hands-on experience you need to make yourself valuable to employers and be ready for a successful career. With a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from ĢƵ, you'll be able to choose your own path. Whether you prefer to work as a civil engineer, designing bridges or water supply systems, or your dream is to take the lead developing the Internet of Things and designing the next steps for our smart future, your first step is a degree.

Upon graduation, you'll be eligible for graduate membership of Engineers Australia.

Don't let the ATAR cut off engineering score stop you from striving for the future you want. Contact ĢƵ today and get started on your future.