PGCert - Engineering as a subject
Engineering as a subject is only available for the qualifications listed on this page. For a list of programmes available for the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours, please go to BE(Hons).
Postgraduate certificates and diplomas provide the opportunity for continuing professional development in the same area as an original degree.
Engineering professionals are solving the world's problems and leading the way in innovation by improving infrastructure, building smarter technologies and finding alternative energy sources.
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Papers available within Engineering
Prescriptions for the PGCert(Eng), PGDip(Eng) and ME
To complete an ME, students must complete the equivalent of 120 points at 500 level, including either ENGEN593 or ENGEN594.
Scholarships and prizes
Selected scholarships for Engineering students.
New to Waikato? The International Excellence Scholarship is worth up to $10,000.
It is only possible to apply for a UoW Doctoral Scholarship as part of the application to enrol process. That is why the 'Apply Now' button on the Scholarships page takes you to the University's application to enrol page. When applying to enrol in a PhD, DMA, EdD, or SJD, prospective students will be able to indicate that they wish to also be considered for a UoW Doctoral Scholarship.
Closing Date: 30 Sep 2020
Awards funded by Waikato Graduate Women will not be offered in April 2020. For more information, please see https://wgweducationaltrust.nz/. To assist women students who are New Zealand Citizens or permanent residents for at least 2 years, who at the time of the application are enrolled full- or part-time in a masters thesis worth at least 90 points. The scholarship will have a value of $2,000.
Awards funded by Waikato Graduate Women will not be offered in April 2020. For more information, please see https://wgweducationaltrust.nz/. To assist women students who have been New Zealand Citizens or permanent residents for at least 2 years, and who have been accepted by the Postgraduate Studies Committee of the University of Waikato for confirmed enrolment fulltime for a doctoral degree. The
Awards funded by Waikato Graduate Women will not be offered in April 2020. For more information, please see https://wgweducationaltrust.nz/. To assist women students who have been New Zealand Citizens or permanent residents for at least 2 years, and are enrolled full-time in the second year or above of a first degree, majoring in a non-traditional field for women (e.g. computer science, engineer