Entry requirementsYou must have successfully completed the 90 Credit Diploma Level 3 in Engineering (Manufacturing route).
What will I study?You will study a wide range of manufacturing and mechanical engineering units to give a broad understanding of the manufacturing industries. Some of the units that may be studied include:
- Engineering Project (including a portfolio and a 3D outcome)
- Commercial Aspects of Engineering
- Business Operations in Engineering
- Structures and Properties of Materials
- Electrical Principles
What could it lead to?Foundation degree, BEng or BSc Engineering degree at a university, an Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering, employment within the field of engineering or an alternative course of study.
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