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In today’s world, engineers work in an environment that encompasses the use of cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions. As an Engineer, you could find yourself designing the next generation of smartphones, programming robots, manufacturing components for fighter jets or developing sustainable energy. Study engineering and you could work within a variety of engineering disciplines such as product design, aerospace, manufacturing, electrical and electronics, communications, mechanical, nuclear and energy, environment or transport.
You may want to combine this qualification with an A Level in maths or physics, if timetables allow.
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This course is assessed by a range of assignments and assessments. These are set and marked internally by BTC staff and then validated by an external moderator. You will also be expected to complete work experience in a relevant industry placement.
This qualification is equivalent to three A Levels and successful completion will enable progression on to HNC in Manufacturing Engineering or university, Apprenticeships including Higher Apprenticeships and a wide range of possible careers in industry. University Centre Somerset offers a Foundation Degree in Mechanical Engineering leading on to a BEng or MEng Mechanical Engineering Degree awarded by the University of the West of England. Former students have become Design Engineers, Aerospace Engineers and have moved into employment with the Ministry of Defence, Airbus, Thales, Rolls-Royce, GKN and EDF Energy.
|Course Title||Manufacturing Engineering Extended Diploma Level 3|
You need five GCSEs in the 9 to 4 range, including English at grade 4 and maths at 5 or above, or an appropriate Level 2 qualification with an overall Merit that includes maths.
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