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Foundation Degree Sustainable Engineering The Couse: This foundation degree has two pathways and students will complete the specalist modules in the pathway they wish to follow. Pathway 1- Construction Technology and Climate Change This aims to focus students on understanding the specalist nature of work undertaken in sustainable construction and environmental issues facing the construction industry. It will equip students with knowledge and skills for a career in architecture, building services, construction and civil engineering. Pathway 2- Power Generation and Vehicle Dynamics Students entering, or engaged in, aeronautical, automotive, marine, mechanical, motorsport, offshore and subsea engineering would examine how and why there is a need for sustanability in these areas. Exploring how this can be applied to existing and emerging technologies. Progression: Students can top up to a full Honours Degree in Professional Practice at the UEA, another university* or a degree in Sustainable Engineering or a course pertinent to their specalism. For employment students will be well equipped with industry skills to meet the demands of their specalism. *Depending on other universities entry requirements. Financial Information: Course Fees for full-time Foundation Degree students will be 3145 per year and for part-time students this will be 1572.50 per year. Help with Fees is detailed below. Financial Assistance: Full-time students can apply for a Student Maintenance Loan up to 3000 through their Local Education Authority (LEA) to support living costs. The amount available is based on your personal circumstances (up to 100% by means-tested application) or up to 75% through a non means-tested application. Full time students from low income households could be eligible for a new means tested non-repayable Higher Education Maintenance Grant (HEMG) of up to 2700 available from their LEA. Easton College Bursary Award (ECBA) Full-time students can apply for a non-refundable bursary of 1000 per year from the ECBA which will be paid in two instalments at the end of each semester. Students receiving the full value Higher Education Maintenance Grant (HEMG) will be eligible to apply for support through the Easton College HE Learning Fund and all other students receiving less than the full HEMG may be eligible for pro-rata assistance from the Fund (all students must complete a means-tested application). This is paid each semester. LEA assistance students can apply/be assessed by their LEA for the following help: Parents Learning Allowance / Childcare Grant / Disabled Students Allowance Grant Leavers Grant / Access to Learning Fund / Adult Dependents Gran

Foundation Degree Sustainable Engineering The Couse: This foundation degree has two pathways and students will complete the specalist modules in the pathway they wish to follow. Pathway 1- Construction Technology and Climate Change This aims to focus students on understanding the specalist nature of work undertaken in sustainable construction and environmental issues facing the construction...

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