- A plus-two level qualification (CBSE/ISC) with at least 75% marks in aggregate* with English, Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry/Biology studied as compulsory subjects at the plus-two level
A plus-two level qualification (State Board Matriculation) with at least 80% marks in aggregate* with English, Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry/Biology studied as compulsory subjects at the plus-two level
English language requirements:
- IELTS Academic: A minimum overall band score of 6.5 with no less than 6 in each band
- TOEFL PBT: An overall score of 577 with at least 4.5 in TWE
- TOEFL iBT: A total score of at least 79 with no less than 21 in Writing, 18 in Speaking and 13 in Reading and Listening segments
- PTE (Academic): An overall score between 58 and 64 with no communication band score less than 50
- Cambridge English (Advanced): A score of 176 and at least 169 in each skill
Application process: Online (through the official website of the University of Melbourne)
Application fee: AU$ 100 (INR 5079 approximately)
Documents required for applying:
- Academic transcripts of all previous qualifications
- Certificates of all prior qualifications
- English language proficiency scorecards
- A copy of passport or similar travel document
All the higher education institutions in Australia have a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) in addition to the tuition fees and other academic fees as per the government policies. The Australian government determines the SSAF each year that covers the costs of the varied student support services and facilities available throughout the study programs in the Australian higher education institutions. The international students must also purchase an Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) from an authorised insurer for the duration of their higher studies in Australia.
Annual tuition fees for Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Systems at University of Melbourne: AU$ 41,232 (INR 20.9 lacs approximately)
Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF): AU$ 298 (INR 15,130 approximately)
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC): AU$ 437 (INR 22,188 approximately)
Employed in crucial leadership positions in the leading mechanics and manufacturing industries all around the globe, the University of Melbourne graduates wax lyrical about the career prospects of this course. The intensive coursework and challenging assignments prepare them with prompt problem-solving skills in their work spheres, pushing them to aim higher for their holistic development. The lucrative career options as a specialist in the mechanical systems are mostly found in the following areas of specialisation.
- Applied mechanics and system designer
- Automotive designer
- Maintenance and operations personnel for heating systems, air-conditioners and refrigerators
- Material systems analyst
- Manufacturing engineer
- Plant design, maintenance and engineering
- Pressure vessels and piping engineer.
Apart from the DFAT scholarships from the government of Australia for brilliant international students that covers the tuition fee, a monthly stipend, OSHC and other academic expenses, there are plenty of scholarship and funding options at the University of Melbourne. The scholarships usually offer any one of the following.
- Remission of up to AU$ 13,876 from the first year undergraduate tuition fees
- 50% remission of the total tuition fees for the entire duration of the undergraduate study program
- 100% remission of the total tuition fees for the entire duration of the undergraduate study program
The following are the scholarship options for the overseas students of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Systems at University of Melbourne.
- Choral Scholarships
- FJ Cato Scholarship
- Peter Norris Scholarship
- Old Collegians Scholarship
- Ellen Wren Scholarship
- Archbishop’s Scholarship
- Father Brian Fleming SJ Scholarships
- Simon Farley Scholarship.