升學快訊 9月號

本月焦點: 機械人學 Robotics


Flinders University

Robots are designed to perform a variety of tasks aimed at making people’s lives easier. They are capable of undertaking tasks with a level of precision, strength and endurance beyond that of humans and are an ideal substitute for workers in repetitive, hazardous, and laborious jobs in manufacturing applications.

Flinders University offers the only robotics course in South Australia based on electronics and autonomous intelligent systems – two of the key elements of the latest robotics technologies. Our robotics degree enables students to choose a course of study with either an intelligent robotics focus or a mechatronics focus.

Flinders Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics) combines electronics, computer control, signal processing, and programming in the design, development and application of robots and their integration with other systems in fields as diverse as the work manufacturing, mining and medicine. This degree provides you with the latest learning in robotics technologies, preparing you to become a key player in developing the robots that will populate our future. The Degree is accredited by Engineers Australia, and students are required to do 20-weeks work placement as part of the degree.


Robotics engineers are in high demand with employment opportunities ranging from conceptual design work to the development and manufacturing of final products. Industries presenting employment prospects include the electronic smart instrumentation and Defence sectors. Graduates may work in a range of industries including; automotive; electronics; defence; health care; and security environments.

• Applications Engineer
• Customer Support Engineer
• Design Engineer
• Electronics Engineer
• Engineer
• Engineering Officer
• Graduate Engineer
• High Speed Instrumentation
• Instrument Engineer
• Mechatronic Engineer
• Network Engineer
• Patent Examiner
• Process & Automation Engineer
• Product Designer
• Project Engineer/Manager
• Project Planner
• Robotics Engineer
• Robotics Sensor Integration Specialist
• Systems Engineer
• Test Engineer

Professional recognition/membership

This program is fully accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of
professional engineer. Professional engineering courses accredited by
Engineers Australia are recognised internationally under the Washington Accord. Graduates meet the academic requirements for attaining chartered professional engineering status.

Entry Requirements

The DSE entry for the Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics) (Honours) is 18 points. HKDSE results are calculated using 3 core subjects and 2 elective subjects. The core topics are English Language, Mathematics Compulsory only and Liberal Studies. The student must get a level 4 in English subject or IELTS 6.0.

Flinders University

Flinders is an exciting place to be for engineering students. Through the nationally recognised 20-week work-placement program, you will gain experience and skills highly sought after by businesses world-wide. The close collaboration with industry allows you to gain valuable insights into research and trends that will shape the industry in the future. Furthermore, as a Flinders student you have the opportunity to add innovation and enterprise electives into your degree, providing you with the business-savvy and entrepreneurial mindset you need to thrive in an ever-changing business-landscape.

With professionally accredited degrees, strong industry links, a 20-week work-placement program and a $120 million purpose-built campus, students at Flinders University are well equipped for a successful career in Engineering.


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