What will I do?
Engineering design, mechanical principles, automation robotics and programmable logic controllers are just a handful of the various topics you will study on this course. You can expect to conduct both group and independent research and projects on different areas of engineering. You will experience managing a professional engineering project and find out about different career options in the industry. You can expect to grow your skills in CAD and Manufacture, as well as engineering mathematics and digital principles, meaning your skillset will be up to date with the current industry.
On successful completion of this course you can enrol on the HND in Engineering and gain a Level 5 qualification. Alternatively you could seek employment in the industry in a junior position. Your tutors will support you in this and advise in any applications.
*Successful enrolment on the HND will be based on performance on the HNC.*
On successful completion of this course you can either gain employment or study towards a BEng or BSc degree course or professional qualifications.
*The level of entry onto any subsequent degree will be based upon your outcome and profile on the HND and the ongoing university entry requirement. Final year top-up cannot be guaranteed*
Is it for me?
The HNC course is for those who want to further their career as an engineer. This course offers a strong sector-related emphasis on practical skills development alongside the development of requisite knowledge and understanding. Similarly this is a pathway for those looking to progress onto a Higher National Diploma, BEng or BSc.
Future Careers Opportunities
You must have a full Level 3 qualification in a STEM related subject or significant industry experience.
FUNDING YOUR HE STUDY
Find out how you can fund your studies as an undergraduate student at MK College.
Why study an undergraduate qualification at MK College?
There are many benefits to studying an undergraduate course with us at Milton Keynes College. Read on to find out exactly what they are.
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