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Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Canterbury College

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Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering In Partnership with University of Greenwich This will provide you with a comprehensive coverage of electronics theory and work-based practice. It is designed to give a broad understanding of relevant engineering industries and practical knowledge of the key principles and techniques necessary in employment. It is expected that you will be employed or able to undertake work placements. You should have an active interest in the engineering industries. Content: Includes: Electronics Applications C A D Analytical Methods Product Design Applications Applied Science and Systems Technology Work-based Learning Project Electrical and Electronic Principles Duration: You will take 16 modules over two years, on a full time basis. Entry Requirements: You must have 5 GCSE passes, including English Language or Use of English and at least one of the following: 1 x GCE A level OR 2 x AS Levels to at least grade B, including any of Mathematics, Physics, IT, or Design Technology (at least one of the A or AS levels should be Maths or Physics); OR BTEC National Diploma; OR Advanced GNVQ/AVCE; OR Access course with at least grade C; OR equivalent qualification OR demonstration of relevant work-based experience and successfully completed in-house training - evidence will be required and will be assessed for suitability. Mature applicants are encouraged to return to study to gain or enhance their qualifications. Applicants are interviewed. Assessment: Includes projects, reports, essays, presentations, practical work and examinations. Progression: You will be equipped for a range of careers as a technician engineer in areas such as computer systems development, industrial electronics, communications engineering and electronic design and development. Alternatively you may wish to progress to study on the final year of the Engineering Technology degree at the University of Greenwich or on to the second or third year of an engineering degree at a number of HEIs. Additional information: There will be the opportunity for group trips to relevant engineering companies in the local region. There is likely to be an additional cost to students for these trips. Fee code E UCAS Code: G70 H602:K

Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering In Partnership with University of Greenwich This will provide you with a comprehensive coverage of electronics theory and work-based practice. It is designed to give a broad understanding of relevant engineering industries and practical knowledge of the key principles and techniques necessary in employment. It is expected that you will be...

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