The PhD in Engineering programme aims at equipping students with an expanded mental capacity capable of carrying out advanced research in a chosen field and contribute to new knowledge. Graduates will be able to conduct research independently and expand the boundaries of knowledge in the global context. The programme will enable students to develop research collaboration and report the research findings at an appropriate level and provide expert advice to society in the relevant field.
The Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering program at Taylor’s strives for academic excellence in research to produce graduates with leadership qualities, a sense of social responsibility, community involvement and professionalism. The programme helps to establish higher levels of critical thinking and problem solving skills in students. Graduates from the programme will be equipped with extensive cognitive abilities and have the capability to be employed in occasions which require advanced intellectual competencies. Graduates will also be enabled to further their study into a PhD programme in the related discipline of engineering
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Science or Technology with 2.00 ≤ CGPA < 2.50, recognised by the Malaysia or National Government, and a minimum of 5 years related work experience OR
This bachelor degree programme in mechanical engineering is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in mechanical engineering, primarily the scientific knowledge to solve challenges and design systems in automotive, power generation, aerospace and manufacturing industries, to elevate our quality of life.
Entry requirement: A level E,E,E including Maths & physics / chemistry
The degree in Electical & Electronic Engineering programme is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in electrical and electronic engineering; from designing and manufacturing the latest consumer devices to sophisticated scientific and industrial technologies.
Entry requirement: A level E,E,E including Maths , Physics or chem.
The degree Chemical Engineering programme is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in chemical engineering, primarily the knowledge to transform raw materials into useful products efficiently and safely, with minimal environmental impact.
Robotic Design and Development at Taylor’s is a multi-disciplinary programme combining mechanical engineering, electrical & electronics and computer science. It is designed to equip students with a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in Robotics technology. This programme incorporates Work-Based Learning for students in their 3rd year. This will allow students to develop specialist knowledge, theory and skills by using the workplace as a context for project-based or practice-evidenced learning. Learn how you can step closer to your dream of impacting the ever-evolving world of robotics.
The Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (Hons) is a professional degree programme that provides a recognised qualification in Quantity Surveying, and offers a pathway towards becoming a Registered Quantity Surveyor.
Graduates gain automatic membership to the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM), recognition from a network of over 140 countries through the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and accreditation from the Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS).
Entry requirement: A level minimum E, E, E
With our American Degree Transfer Program, students here are exposed to the same education system practiced in the States, preparing them for transition to the American university life. The interactive nature of the American-style curriculum prepares students well for the stringent education standards of some of the best universities in the world
Entry requirement: O level 5 pass.
The foundation in engineering programme equips students with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a successful engineering degree. As part of our education pathway, students who complete this foundation programme are eligible to pursue degrees in chemical, mechanical or electrical & electronic engineering.
Entry requirement : O level 5 pass including Mathematics and 1 science subject.
The Foundation in Engineering programme at the University of Nottingham Malaysia is an excellent access route to the undergraduate courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering. By enrolling in the programme you will have a direct path towards a range of three-year BEng and four-year MEng undergraduate degree programmes in a number of engineering disciplines. Upon successful completion of the programme, progression to an undergraduate-level programme is automatic and unconditional.
Modules are taught by staff members who specialise in pre-university education, many of whom are active in research. You will therefore experience a gradual transition from secondary to tertiary-level education. You will have opportunities to interact with students and lecturers across the Faculty of Engineering Faculty, and the experience will help you to make an informed decision on the branch of engineering that you would like to pursue.
Software is everywhere. It does everything from dispensing medicine to controlling flight paths to monitoring and shaping our shopping habits. Our world’s major companies, governments and organisations depend on smartly designed and well-built software. And they rely on the expertise of skilled software engineers to make it happen.
As a software engineer, you will apply engineering principles to systematically analyse, develop and improve software to ensure it runs effectively, safely and securely. You will acquire high-level programming expertise, but software engineering goes well beyond writing code. Most modern IT systems are so complicated that teams of people must work together to create them. This specialisation’s emphasis on collaborative studio-based learning will give you strong skills in teamwork, project management and communication.
You can apply for the highly regarded IT Industry Based Learning (IBL) program to do a half-year placement with leading Malaysian and global organisations. Placement counts towards your course and is supported by scholarship.
There is increasing pressure on industries to deliver better products and services at reduced costs to remain competitive.
Robotics and mechatronics, central to addressing this demand, is crucial to the development of smart products and intelligent devices. It is the nexus between mechanical and electrical engineering, and is at the forefront of the Internet of things. As a robotics and mechatronics engineer, you could design the control systems for a myriad of applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to miniature robots for use in medical applications. Or you might take an everyday household product and turn it into a truly clever device.
Robotics and mechatronics engineers design devices and the programs that control those devices. They’re adept at handling vast amounts of data and creating systems that make sense of data in real time so that a fully automated manufacturing facility can operate safely and efficiently, or a car can drive completely autonomously. The applications of this field is virtually unlimited. With the knowledge and skills you’ll have when you graduate, you’ll be able to design, develop, manufacture and operate the intelligent products and complex systems of today and tomorrow.
This course was designed in response to the fast-paced and growing needs of the industry and our lifestyle. It equips you with skills and insights sought after by the industry, and offers a choice of specialisation in automation or AI that’ll prepare you with the essential knowledge and skillsets to redefine success for your future organisation.
Mechanical engineering is about turning energy into motion and power. It covers the generation, conversion, transmission and use of mechanical and thermal energy, and includes the design, construction and operation of devices and systems. It also involves the behaviours of solids, liquids and gases when forces are applied and when they are heated and cooled.
As a mechanical engineer you could work in research and development, product and process design, technical sales and support, manufacturing, field and test engineering, project management, systems design and power plant operations and quality control. You could work in the petrochemical, automotive, transportation, aerospace, electronic, mining and robotic industries.
Electrical and computer systems engineering is an extremely diverse field, taking in biomedical, computer systems, electronics, electrical power engineering, robotics and telecommunications. This is a field that evolves rapidly, with new technologies and techniques being patented every day.
Electrical and computer systems engineering spans all scales of electrical and electronic engineering, from the fundamentals of circuits, electronic signals and signal processing; through digital electronics and systems on chips; to the designs of large scale power and telecommunication systems.
As an electrical and computer systems engineer you could work locally or internationally, in a wide range of industries, including power generation, industrial and power electronics, automation systems, computer programming, robotics, health care, and water and energy systems.
Many Monash graduates work in large public and private telecommunications, manufacturing and electrical power companies. Others work for defence and intelligence organisations.
You will also be prepared for careers in other industries such as online ticketing, banking and finance – or organisations that need to create, store, encode and transmit data or manage complex systems.
Chemical engineers invent, develop and design processes that convert raw materials into useful products – with minimal environmental impact.
Chemical engineers are also involved with pollution control, protection of the environment and with energy conservation.
As populations grow and resources and energy reserves decline, the demand for chemical engineers increases.
As a chemical engineer, you can work in a range of industries including the biotechnology, chemical, energy, environmental, food, mineral, nanotechnology, oil, paper, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries.
In these industries you would most likely work in one of the following roles:
Process engineer – you solve production problems, develop new products, reduce energy usage and the carbon footprint, increase plant safety and efficiency, and oversee plant upgrades and expansions. You work with a team of people in operations, maintenance and business strategy.
Design engineer – you work in a consultancy office, designing new plants for clients, as well as extensions to existing plants. You might design a distillation column today, be sizing a heat exchanger tomorrow, work on safety and environmental protections, or work out how to control each unit of the plant to ensure smooth and reliable operation.
Research and development engineer – you work in a laboratory or a company, and develop new ways to do chemical engineering. You might develop new products or you might work on new catalysts to increase reaction efficiency.
Civil engineering is concerned with the design, construction, maintenance and the operation of infrastructure for the benefit of society. Civil engineers design structures including multi-storey buildings, bridges, tunnels, commercial complexes, oil rig platforms, water systems, road and traffic systems and foundation supports.
Civil engineering encompasses four major fields of activity:
structural engineering, water resources engineering, transport engineering and geotechnical engineering. Civil engineers are responsible for the basic needs and facilities (or infrastructure) of modern society. They work for government bodies and for private employers as consulting engineers and engineering contractors specialising in areas such as structural design, water engineering, geotechnics, transportation and construction management.
Your career prospects as a civil engineer are strong and diverse. When you graduate, you could work in private industry, government, construction and mining, marine and resort developments, property and land development and in consulting.
Subject to the expertise within the School of Engineering, the areas of research include, but are not limited to the following:
Sustainable Development / Renewable Energy / Power Electronics / Data Analytics / Medical Image Processing / Neural Networks / Data Compression / User Interfaces / Content-based Retrieval / Artificial Intelligence Applications in Engineering / Signal and Image Processing / Rapid Prototyping / Engineering Materials / Silicon Nanoelectronics / Nanofabrication Technologies / Single Electron Transistors / Quantum Computation / Radiation Detectors / Optics Fiber/Wireless Communication / Infrared Remote Sensing Technology / Wireless and Mobile Systems / Active Radio frequency Identification System (RFID) / Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) / Antenna Design / Ultra Wideband Applications / Electromagnetic Sensing / Artificial Intelligence / Speech Technology (Recognition and Synthesis) / Image Processing / Biomedical Applications in Engineering / Image Segmentation
This programme is specifically designed to provide:
• Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.00, or its equivalent qualification as acceptable by the Senate.
• Bachelor’s degree with CGPA below 2.50 out of 4.00, or its equivalent qualification can be accepted with minimum 5 years relevant working experience in related field.
• English Requirements: IELTS 5.0
Students who are under Masters Degree Programme will have the option to opt-in for the APU-DMU Dual Degree Scheme. Under this Scheme, students will receive 2 Degree Certificates & Transcripts upon graduation: 1 from Asia Pacific University (APU), Malaysia and 1 from De Montfort University (DMU), UK
This programme is specifically designed to provide:
• Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.75 out of 4.00, or its equivalent qualification as acceptable by the Senate.
• Bachelor’s degree with CGPA 2.50 out of 4.00, but below CGPA 2.75; can be accepted with rigorous assessment (include test, interview or portfolio).
• Bachelor’s degree with CGPA below 2.50 out of 4.00, or qualification which is equivalent can be accepted with minimum 5 years relevant working experience in related field.
• English Requirements: IELTS 5.0
This programme is specifically designed to provide:
Entry Criteria: Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.00, or its equivalent qualification as acceptable by the Senate.