EIT has two main campus buildings, one located in Perth, Western Australia and one in Melbourne, Victoria. Students can study our four Bachelor of Science degrees and our Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) at our Perth campus. They can also study our Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) at our Melbourne campus.

Both campuses are located close to the heart of the city and are serviced by frequent and reliable public transport.

EIT's Perth campus is fully equipped for all students, and the campus is housed in a modern building which is full of natural light which makes it the ideal place to study.

Our East Perth campus has the following facilities and services available to students: 

  • Classrooms with computer and internet access
  • Student support staff
  • Breakout areas
  • Toilets
  • Aroma Cafe
  • First Aid Room
  • Bicycle racks
  • Prayer Room

Students are welcome to visit our Head Office in West Perth to access our on-site library.

Our Melbourne Campus following facilities and services available to students: 

  • Classrooms with computer and internet access
  • Student support staff
  • Breakout areas
  • Toilets
  • Cafe
  • First Aid Room
  • Prayer Room
  • Physical Library

 

 

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