How They Work

The Engineering & Technology Cadetships (ETCAD) Program was launched in 2013 by Professional Cadetships Australia (PCA), an Australian company that has a proven record of placing Year 12 students with leading companies. Under previous ETCAD Programs, PCA has placed Engineering Cadets at Rolls-Royce and Cubic Transportation Systems and Technology Cadets at UBS, Macquarie Group and Westpac.

Technology Cadets combine work with university study in computer science, information technology or information systems. Alternatively, cadets may undertake a generalist degree like arts or business. Some combined degrees may also be chosen.

Engineering Cadetships will not be offered this year.

The ETCAD Program will now not be offered in 2024. Students interested in studying Computer Science, Information Technology or Information Systems should apply for a Business Cadetship.