Bachelor of Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering degree is a four-year programme comprising thirty two courses, eight at the 100 level, eight at 200 level, sixteen at 300 level plus an industrial attachment and workshop practice component.

There are three different Bachelor of Engineering (BE) programmes: Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronics) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical). Both programmes have the same admission regulations and have prescribed sets of courses plus an industrial attachment and workshop practice component.
USP offers courses in French in Engineering programme to address an educational gap in this area in the Pacific. Offering part of the programme in French in Vanuatu could also attract students’ francophone countries of New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna. Decentralising the programme to Vanuatu will enable more students to pursue the engineering field of study. The Bachelor of Engineering program is being offered at Emalus Campus, Vanuatu from the beginning of Semester 1 2023.

Special Admission Requirements:

  1. A Senate recognised Year 13/Form 7 or equivalent examination, have passed English, Mathematics and Physics with 50% and either Chemistry or Technology, or
  2. Have met the mature student admission criteria.

Programme Requirements:

Students are required to take UU100A – Information Literacy component of UU100 – Communications and Information Literacy course before progressing to 2nd year of studies. UU100A is fully online and offered free of charge

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