Technology underpins almost every aspect of our lives. It’s in the alarm that wakes you up in the morning, the device you’re currently using, and food that’s placed on your table.
Our real-world, practical approach to technology, gives you the ability to learn the fundamentals first then focus your knowledge in cloud computing, internet of things, artificial intelligence and robotics, cybersecurity or data science.
Choosing a UC technology degree will put you at the forefront of the digital revolution, and allow you to graduate in demand with highly sought-after skills.
#1 for employment
UC computing and information systems is ranked #1 in Australia for graduates in full time employment.
Strong industry connections
Meet the right people in the right places thanks to our extensive industry contacts.
UC engineering is ranked #1 in Australia for undergraduate teaching quality.
Our range of future-proof majors equip you with the knowledge required to succeed in new and emerging fields.
If you’ve studied information technology, software or network engineering at an Australian TAFE or registered training organisation, you can easily continue your studies at UC.
Based on your level of study, you may be eligible to receive credit towards a Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) or a Bachelor of Software Engineering (BSE).
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I thoroughly enjoyed building out Fairfax Media's digital properties over my 10-year tenure with them, knowing that it helped Australian's achieve their dreams, be it buying a car, finding a job or their first home.
Bachelor of Information Technology | Global Head of eCommerce Google
Experience counts at UC. That’s why, we believe in stepping outside of the classroom and into the real world. Our technology courses give our students the opportunity to undertake industry projects, collaborative research projects and professional internships. This means you get the chance to put theory into practice long before you graduate
UC is home to a range of world-class teaching and learning facilities. From our Human Centred Computing Lab, to our robotics and Human-machine interaction lab, there’s no shortage of space to make the next technological breakthrough.