The Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) is a three-year engineering degree, offered in New Zealand as a study pathway into engineering, construction and related manufacturing industries. BEngTech students undergo a practice-based skills formation process, and the programme teaches students to understand and apply engineering science knowledge. Students will also develop the capability to analyse and implement solutions to real-life, practical situations. BEngTech graduates meet an industry need for people who can actively apply engineering knowledge in industry, and integrate that knowledge into high level practical situations. Students achieving this qualification may also move into a higher level of study. The Learning Outcomes of this programme are benchmarked against the Graduate Profile and Graduate Attributes of the exemplar Sydney Accord provisions of the International Engineering Alliance (IEA). This programme is 3 years full-time or part-time equivalent and fees for domestic students are $7,120 and for international students is $21,000. In Civil Engineering, students will have to study its strands-
Land Surveying- Understand basic principles of land surveying and use survey instruments. Understand fundamental principles and techniques of levelling, traversing and co-ordinate calculations. Use equipment and techniques for field and distance measurements
Highway Engineering- Outline and describe road infrastructure administration agencies and principles of route location. Evaluate the properties and testing of road earthworks, pavement and wearing surface materials, discuss road construction practice and pavement distress. Evaluate the components, functions and design of surface and sub-surface drainage for roads. Describe basic horizontal and vertical alignment of a road.
Fluid Mechanics (Civil)- Apply the principles of fluid statics and dynamics. Analyse pipelines and pipe networks. Analyse uniform and non-uniform open channel flow. Determine the operating characteristics of pumps in a range of pipeline systems. Evaluate the operation and application of a range of equipment used for the measurement of fluid flow in open and closed conduits.
Admission Requirement / Eligibility
12th : No specific cutoff mentioned Entry requirements Applicants must have passed high school University Entrance – NCEA Level 3 including: Three subjects at level 3 including: - Physics with a minimum of 14 credits - Calculus with a minimum of 14 credits, and - one other subject with a minimum of 14 credits from the list of approved subjects* and Literacy - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading, 5 credits in writing and Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above (specified achievement standards, or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627 – all three required). OR Obtained the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering with a 60% or better overall grade average OR Equivalent academic qualifications which may include University Bursary with 45% or more in both Physics and Calculus or Algebra; equivalent Cambridge score, equivalent International Baccalaureate..
TOEFL : Marks - 60/120 With a writing score of 18.
PTE : Marks - 50/90 With no band score lower than 42.
IELTS : Marks - 6/9 With no band score lower than 5.5.
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