Aeronautical Engineer

Aeronautical Engineering is one of the most challenging and exciting fields of engineering where you work with the latest technology. Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineers are mechanical engineers who work to develop new technology for aviation, space exploration and airborne defence systems.

Agricultural Engineer

Agricultural Engineering is concerned with the environment and our natural resources. Agricultural Engineers use their engineering and biological science knowledge to solve agricultural problems.

Biomedical Engineer

Biomedical Engineers are employed in the medical industry. They use a combination of knowledge of biology, medicine, technology and mechanical engineering in their job. Biomedical Engineers research and develop and design new medical equipment and instruments.

Chemical Engineer

Are you naturally inquisitive and open-minded with a strong aptitude for mathematics and the sciences? Why not consider a career in Chemical Engineering. Chemical Engineers combine chemistry and engineering to help solve some of the world’s problems.

Civil Engineer

Civil Engineers are in demand in SA and internationally! Civil Engineers plan, design, and oversee the construction and maintenance of building structures, and facilities, such as roads, railroads, bridges, harbors, dams, irrigation projects, pipelines, power plants, water and sewage systems, and waste disposal units.

Electrical Engineer

Thinking of a career in Engineering? Are you excited by the design and development of electrical equipment? Becoming an Electrical Engineer will incorporate these areas. An Electrical Engineer usually deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism.

Electronics Engineer

An Electronics Engineer designs electronics. These products could be really simple or be as large as an international GPS (global positioning system).

Energy Engineer

Energy Engineers design, plan and perform engineering duties in the prevention, control, and the removal of environmental health hazards using various engineering disciplines.

Engineering Manager

An Engineering Manager is in charge of the design & construction of large engineering or process plants.

Environmental Engineer

Environmental Engineering is the use of science and engineering principles to improve the environment and work to find solutions to provide healthy, clean water, air, and land for all living things (humans, animals and organisms) … and to deal with already polluted sites.

Industrial Engineer

An Industrial Engineer mixes engineering with business. They may work in many fields but their main job is to focus on increasing efficiency and saving the business money. Often, Industrial Engineers find themselves in managerial positions.

Marine Engineer

A Marine Engineer is responsible for research and development of new marine vessels and equipment.

Mechanical Engineer

Are mathematics and science your passion and does the world of engineering fascinate you. Becoming a Mechanical Engineer might just be the world you are looking to enter.

Metallurgical Engineer

Metallurgy is the science of metals and making sure the right metal is used for a job, or converting the chemical compound so it’s perfect for a job. A Metallurgical Engineer’s main focus is the conversion of raw metal to something useful.

Mining Engineer

A Mining Engineer is a kind of mechanical engineer. They are responsible for coming up with ideas and systems to make mining safer, cleaner and more efficient.

Petroleum Engineer

A Petroleum Engineer plans and organises the engineering aspects of finding and extracting petroleum or natural gas from our planet.

Structural Engineer

A Structural Engineer is a kind of Civil Engineer and has a very responsible job. They are the experts on the design and monitoring of anything that supports or carries a load. They are the person who makes sure a building / structure is completely safe and does not fall down!

Telecommunications Engineer

A Telecommunications Engineer researches, designs and develops new telecommunications systems and products.

Telecommunications Field Engineer

A Telecommunications Field Engineer is an expert on telecommunications. They design, plan and monitor complicated network systems.

Telecommunications Network Engineer

A Telecommunications Network Engineer is responsible for designing, installing, maintaining and operating telecommunication communication systems.