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Electric/Electronic Engineering (Yr 1 of 2) (Level 4 Higher National Certificate)

Pearson-BTEC
Engineering

Course Overview

The HNC Diploma is a combination of Engineering Principles and Design. The course allows for a wide range of practical activities and opportunities for team working, incorporating a range of computer based IT Engineering Applications where students have access to industry-standard Design, Simulation and Control software packages.
  • Start Date
    7 Sep 2021
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    1 Year
  • Campus
    Strand Road

Important Message

Applications/Enrolment now Closed for this year,this course may be available again from September 2021

Available Sessions

  • Course
    Campus
    Type
    Start Date
    Fees
  • Course: Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate Electric/Electronic Engineering (Yr 1 of 2) Ref D130
    Campus: Strand Road
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date: 07/09/2021
    (Tue: 9:00AM-7:00PM)
    Fees:
    Full £500.00
    Concession £200.00
    Examination £220.00

Course Offering

  • Site location Strand Road
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Course Modules

  • Electrical & Electronic Principles
  • Digital Principles
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

32 UCAS points at GCE A level with at least one pass in a related discipline, plus pass in GCSE mathematics ( or equivalent ) OR a BTEC level 3 qualification in an engineering discipline OR An Irish Leaving Certificate: equivalent to 32 UCAS points (to include mathematics at C3)OR Mature students with alternative qualifications will be considered for admission.

What's Next?

Further Study

Successful students can progress to Level 5 courses in Engineering.

Additional Information

Mature students with alternative qualifications will be considered for admission. As with all Higher Engineering courses, students require a good standard of mathematics and applied mathematics.

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