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UTP: Engineering is equivalent to the first year of your undergraduate engineering studies. Upon completion of the programme you will be eligible to progress to the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours degree at the University of Canterbury and able to choose from a variety of specialisations.
The University of Canterbury is ranked among the world's best universities for Engineering and Technology.
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Entry to second year: University of Canterbury Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Potential career paths
Engineers are designing the future with new and innovative technologies. Engineering is about problem solving and creative thinking. Studying engineering will lead you into a challenging, flexible, and rewarding future with international opportunities. Engineers are responsible for the design and operation of the infrastructure which underpins our society, in diverse areas such as telecommunications, transport, water and electricity supply, multistory buildings and airports, processing plants for food and forest products and consumer items like tablet computers and cars.
Entry into the UTP generally requires the successful completion of Year 12 of secondary school or its equivalent (this is equivalent to Year 13 in the New Zealand education system).
NCEA Level 3 or equivalent qualification: A minimum of 12 credits in each of Physics and Mathematics (including both 91578 - differentiation and 91579 - integration) and 12 credits in one other University Entrance approved subject
Entry requirements vary from country to country.
English Language Requirements:
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