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HND Engineering (General) Conversion

For students wishing to continue studying after completing the HNC Engineering (General Engineering) this course has been designed to offer you a level of academic study with a range of units that will stretch your skills and knowledge in preparation for a career as an Engineer.

Given the anticipated developments in Industry 4.0 technologies, this will place the students in a promising position with which to seek employment or to progress further within their studies or current employment.

Course Information

  • Course Level

    Level 5

  • Awarding Body

    Pearson

  • Delivery

    Full-Time

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All units included within this programme have been selected on the basis of meeting a broad range of local industry needs.

– Research Project (30 credits)
– Advanced Mechanical Principles (15 credits)
– Further Mathematics (15 credits)
– Virtual Engineering (15 credits)
– Professional Engineering Management (Pearson-set) (15 credits)
– Lean Manufacturing (15 credits)
– Further Electrical, Electronic and Digital Principles (15 credits)

Full-time: Two days a week over one year

All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time

A variety of forms of coursework assessment are employed on the programme. These include written descriptive and numerical assignments, short tests, laboratory and workshop appraisals, personal projects, group work, self- and peer-assessment, portfolio preparation and case studies.

You will be required to have achieved the BTEC Higher National Certificate RQF.

The Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma allows students to specialise by committing to specific career paths and progression routes to degree-level study.

 

Enquire about this course

To find out more and apply for this course, please contact us via telephone or emailing us.

Call 0800 358 74 74

Course Fees

Your Tuition fees cover the majority of costs associated with your course (including registration, tuition and assessment.)

There may be some extra costs that you might need to make, or choose to pay, for example:
• Books (you’ll have access to books from your module reading lists in the HE library, but you may want to buy your own copies)
• Printing and photocopying
• Trips and enhancement opportunities

If your course includes a work placement, you may be required to pay for a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.


For more information about our course fees and available financial support, visit our Higher Education Fees and Finance section

Information for EU Students

From January 2021, how you apply for a course will change. For more information, read the UK Government's guide for the UK points-based immigration system for EU students (pdf).

Visit our International pages for more information and contact details