The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) has been delivering industry-driven programs for over 10 years. EIT offers Australian accredited engineering and technology Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas, Bachelor of Science degrees and Master of Engineering degrees. All are offered online, while the four bachelor’s degrees and four master's degrees are also offered on campus.
EIT is a sister company of the reputable engineering training organization, IDC Technologies. IDC has been operating for over 30 years, from offices throughout the world, delivering practical short courses to well over 500,000 engineers and technicians.
Our on-campus courses are presented in a blended learning format, which utilizes many of the technologies employed in our online delivery mode. These programs also include classroom sessions, practical lab exercises, assessments, class discussions and personal study.
EIT’s Perth campus is located at Marquis Street, Bentley. This area is known as an academic, innovation, enterprise, and technology hub. It is adjacent to the iconic Technology Park Bentley, which is home to more than 100 organizations including technology-based industry, research and development, academia and support organizations.
The campus is situated approximately 8 kilometers from Perth’s city center. A wide range of accommodation is available nearby, including houses, apartments, and single rooms. Options are generally divided into rental (whole property), or share housing (room rental). We offer four Bachelor of Science degrees and four Master of Engineering degrees here.
EIT’s Victorian Campus is located in the heart of Melbourne. Students can study our Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) here.
Both campuses have purpose built classrooms, a café, a prayer room and lounge facilities. EIT also has extensive physical and online libraries.
Western Australia’s capital city of Perth is considered among the most beautiful cities in Australia. The Mediterranean climate of hot summers and mild winters means that Perth enjoys more hours of sunshine than any other capital city in the nation. It’s also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Perth is currently undergoing a big transformation, as the government invests in new infrastructure. This includes city-centre projects such as hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues, as well as public opens spaces. The current Perth Airport upgrade and road and rail works will make it easier to get around.
Did you know Kings Park is the largest city park in the world? It makes sense, given that Perth is known for its healthy, laid back lifestyle. It is also consistently ranked as one of the top ten liveable cities in the world, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Report. Perth was named the second-friendliest city in the world by Condé Nast in 2017.
Perth is the Australian gateway to Asia and Europe. It is closer to Singapore than it is to Canberra, the national capital. It’s also the only Australian city that offers direct flights to London.
Considered to be one of the most liveable cities in the world, Victoria’s capital city of Melbourne boasts culture and vibrancy. It has world-class health care and public transport, plus lots of options for accommodation.
Melbourne has a unique climate, featuring summers that are warm, moderate autumns, cool winters and sunny springs. Its time zone is only slightly ahead of many Asian cities, meaning it is not difficult to stay in contact with family and friends.