KCIC (First 2 years)
Year 1 – 120 Credits – Level 4
Year 2 – 120 Credits – Level 5
UTS (Final 2.5 years)
Year 3 – UTS Campus
Year 4 – 102 Credits – B.Eng Degree in UTS
Royal Academy of Engineering
Institute of Engineering Technology
Post Study Work in Australia
485 Post Study Work Visa
3 Years stay back option in Australia
After UTS, we also provide two year work visa.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree is a 2 years study in Kings Cornerstone + 2 years study in UTS Campus. This qualification is aligned with NEP2020 for progressive award, when learners successfully complete each stage with Certificate, Diploma, and Bachelors all within 4 years.
Learners will start with core Engineering curriculum from year 1 with agreed industry projects, further progressing to Fluid Mechanics and Manufacturing Systems Engineering..
The program has multiple awards from world’s leading testing & assessment company Pearson, UTS & other optional vendor certificates.
What you will study
Course is designed and developed by industry experts from The Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies in collaboration with Pearson. Kings Cornerstone will deliver following subjects within the first two years: Engineering Design, Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Science, Project, Engineering Management, Mechanical Principles, Materials, Properties & Testing, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics & Heat Engines, Advanced Mechanical Principles, Further Mathematics and Manufacturing Systems Engineering.
Your syllabus, outlines all the essential information of this course, including topics you will study and related reading materials. This will help you understand how you will be graded, understand assignments, and stay organised.Download
Industry Focused Program
This course is designed with employers, for the employers to produce job ready graduates. Mechanical engineers design, build and maintain anything that moves – from engines and other parts that move planes, trains and automobiles, to heavy industrial machinery, biomedical devices, space vehicles, wind turbines and other power generation equipment.
Employability skills and competencies for student career success is the key focus for this qualification by delivering learning that is rooted in the real world and to developing work-ready graduates with the professional skills and behaviours that employers need.
Core competencies are developed on programme in a balanced framework of cognitive (knowledge), affective (behaviours) and psychomotor (practical) learning outcomes to encourage a more vocational and practical approach to learning.
Unlike other programs, this course offers multiple awards, membership from Industry and professional bodies. This qualification has recognition and membership opportunities from the Washington Accord.
UTS is a top QS ranking University outscoring all Indian Universities in 2022 ranking table.
– No.1 in Australia under 50 years old
– 133rd in the world QS ranking
– 62nd in the world for QS employability
– 11th in the world for under 50 years old
Teaching includes learning from tutoring, case study, webinars, guest speakers from Industry, peer to peer discussion, presentation, role play, assignments (variety of forms including practical and written. Learners will be assessed based on their coursework (Harvard Systems) instead of an exam.
Course is aligned with the internship/apprenticeship framework from year two, learners must collaborate with industry to align with occupational standards to improve KSB’s (Knowledge, Skills and Behaviour). Required Occupational Standards for Mechanical Engineer, Automotive & Aerospace Engineer Roles are embedded from initial stages of the program.
Sample UTS Degree
Bachelors in Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering will be awarded upon completion of 2.5 years in Sydney campus. This degree is accredited by Washington Accord, which gives you a positive skill assessment when you apply for Australian Permanent residency. Using this qualification you may apply for the following visa options.
– 485 Temporary Graduate Visa (Work upto 3 yrs)
– Positive Skill Assessment for PR – 189/190 Visas
– Membership – Australian Computer Society
BTEC HN Award
This is a university packaged program with BTEC HN award from Pearson. Learners will complete 240 credits award during the first two years, prior transferring to UTS to complete the remaining modules. BTEC HN qualification integrates industry accreditations through The Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (SEMTA)
Using this certificate learners may apply for part-time work in Australia while studying. Learners are eligible to work up to 20 hrs/per week while studying and full time during semester breaks.
Industry Projects and Case Studies
Learn through real-life industry projects sponsored by top companies across industries.
- 16+ Real world Case study
- Practical & Assignment based assessments
- Work integrated learning with Industry partners
- First two years of the program is designed and developed Pearson, UK
- Get mentored by Industry professionals
Additive Manufacturing Campus
Components Straight From The Printer:
The BMW Group opened its Additive Manufacturing Campus for business. The new facility will be the central hub for production, research and training in 3D printing. The BMW Group is a leader in the field of industrial-scale 3D printing, and already produced and fitted over 300,000 “printed” components last year.
From electric vehicles on the ground to rockets in space, a range of industries are already benefitting from advanced manufacturing — innovative technologies and processes that are set to transform nearly every sector. As society changes, consumer habits change. Last year, Tesla saw an unprecedented demand for electric cars, as electric vehicle sales grew by 60 percent worldwide according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. As the race for the sub-$30,000 electric car heats up, Tesla is using advanced manufacturing robots at its Fremont plant to keep up with demand.
The KCIC Advantage
University Packaged | Credit Transfer Programs
I’m interested in this Program
What's Included in the Fees
- Study/aquire 96 credit UTS points in KCIC
- Pearson BTEC L5 award (General Engineering/Mechanical) – 240 credits
- Application for Royal Aeronautical Society, UK
- Year 3 transfer paperwork & Assistance
- Visa & housing support to Sydney
- Bank loan guidance & assistance
- Exam fess
- eBooks & Studio charges
- Portal access to LMS
- Software access
- 65% overall
Mandatory Subjects : Physics and Mathematics
Candidate must have completed 10+2 with above mentioned marks along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Informatics Practices/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies as major subjects in regular stream from any state board within India – CBSE, ISCE, Matriculation, NIOS, or with International Boards – Cambridge AS & A Levels or IB Diploma/Certificate.
- Clear the KCAT – King’s Cornerstone Aptitude Test
The KCAT is our premier standardized test and is required by students seeking admission into our Undergraduate courses*. The test is an online-based proctored exam that assess your skills in common topics encountered during your senior year of school.
*Exemptions are available for students who have cleared the SAT exam. However, this is on a case-by-case basis. To assess your eligibility for exemption, Apply Now immediately!
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Very content with my learning at KCIC, learning two years of my international program here has reduced the cost of study abroad by 60%, and I am excited about my international career.
KCIC offers a different learning environment, unconventional educational methods, with opportunities combined with industrial visits, workshops, and other things, to compete at international level.
I was studying Aeronautical in a traditional college, hearing Cornerstone I shifted from Bangalore and joined here. The foundation year started with direct aerospace units, unlike other colleges.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, two years at Chennai campus is limited to 20-25 students per class. Every year we plan to recruit 250 to 300 students across all departments giving them the assured transfer to Melbourne campus. However, the final years at the Melbourne campus gives you the multicultural environment with 81,000 students studying across the RMIT.
Kings Cornerstone, one of the best colleges for international students will provide fundamental tools and equipment required for the first two years. The first two years at Kings Cornerstone is a solid foundation to advanced learning at RMIT Melbourne. Since the final years are planned in Melbourne, the facilities provided to students are world-class. They access the same materials, tools, technology what is currently used in the industry.
Take a virtual tour to RMIT manufacturing facility that you have access during the final years at Melbourne. Check out ‘This is Engineering at RMIT’, ‘EMBER – an engineering innovation’ RMIT’s New Academic Street and Telstra Challenge Projects at RMIT.
Most students enrol in our programs seeking a continuing career in their preferred field. The return on investment is very high if you chose to work in Melbourne, London, Toronto and Dublin when compared to the salaries paid in India. So, we recommend students seeking global career to enrol. If you are looking to return to India or seeking local placements or local jobs, then you don’t need to study at Kings Cornerstone or take study abroad route, there are plenty on good local institutions in India who can help.
We are looking for a passionate learner willing to study realistically, apply reasoning and ability to learn by doing, but not someone who can memorise and write the whole book without practised knowledge. Hence, your higher secondary results do not make any weight in the selection process, except for your functional abilities. Your entry to our programs depends on your statement of purpose and a personal interview with the academic board but not your higher secondary marks. So plan well for your admission interview and rationalising SOP.