|FdSc Engineering||Cornwall College Camborne (map)||12||16-09-2013||60wks||£6000.00*|
How is the course studied at this venue? - Students are based at the Camborne campus, benefiting from new facilities and buildings, including an arts and media centre, a student bar, artificial turf pitch and new lecture theatres, making the learning experience one of the best in the county. You will study this course as a 2-year full-time course starting in September in which you will attend college 3 days per week.
|FdSc Engineering (Part Time)||Cornwall College Camborne (map)||8||16-09-2013||90wks||PLEASE CALL*|
How is the course studied at this venue? - This is a 3 year part-time course starting in September which requires 1 day per week college attendance.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone looking to seek a career or indeed has an interest within one of the specialist modules which are covered in this course and lead into specific areas of interest. It will provide a challenging programme of study that will enable learners to develop the concepts, knowledge, skills and techniques required for today's engineering industry. Specialised modules relevant to the engineering industry in which learners are employed, and a platform for a successful career development will be covered also. This course will provide students with a qualification that will allow progression to honours degree programmes.
120 UCAS points from AS and A-Levels (at least 80 points must be at A2-level, preferably in a science subject) or relevant level 3 qualification i.e. BTEC National Diploma/BTEC Extended Diploma ? PPP Grades required, specific unit grades may be required. Access to HE Diplomas ? 45 credits at level 3, or NVQ Level 3 Mechanical Engineering or equivalent. Plus GCSEs at grade C or above in English language, mathematics and a science: alternatives at Level 2 may be considered.
Mature applicants with relevant experience but without the stated qualifications will be considered individually and are encouraged to apply.
Previous learning and experience may be credited. If in doubt, call 0845 22 32 567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will I be doing on the course?
The foundation degree is designed to meet the requirements of industry, reflecting the need to add skills to current employees and to provide skilled new employees who can respond to current industry needs. It places emphasis on transferable skills as well as knowledge of engineering principles.
The programme brings together the requirement for engineering employees to be well versed in both electrical and mechanical areas of engineering and to have a greater depth of knowledge in the control engineering field. Completing the programme will make you more versatile and multi-skilled.
A variety of teaching styles allow you to learn in an effective manner and will also provide you with communication, team working and time management skills that will help you become a more effective student and employee.
What can I do after the course?
Foundation degree graduates have a wide choice of career opportunities throughout the private and public sectors, both in the United Kingdom and abroad. There is a range of opportunities within industrial and commercial organisations where a broad-based and work-related education is desirable.
Our Careers Service is available to give information, advice and guidance on all aspects of education, training and career progression.
Tel: 01209 616270 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (9am- 4pm)
Bursaries are available for full-time students.
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*KIS uses information from courses with more than 23 students. Our average class size can be below this so the information for some courses may not truly reflect the quality of our courses and our learners’ experience.
* All fees shown on this website are accurate to the best of our knowledge, however, we reserve the right to amend the fees without prior notice. Fees may be subject to additional charges for registration, books or examinations. Loans, Grants and Bursaries are available for some University Level courses. Find out more here or speak with one of our advisors in Customer Enquiries - 0845 22 32 567. If you are an International student, please contact our International office to discuss fees and application procedure - 0044 (0)1726 226435