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Engineering courses in Australia 2014-15

Engineering is a profession wherein one designs and builds structures, materials, processes and machinery that can improve the lives of other people. There are many subspecialties to this course and you will need to pass certain entry requirements before you can be considered by the educational institution. If you want to study in Australia, you need to provide the school with your TOEFL and IELTS test scores to prove that you can converse with and understand English. Each Australian educational institution has different acceptance brackets.

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