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Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Lincoln College

UCAS Code: 006H | Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


GCSE/National 4/National 5

GCSE English – grade C/4 or above GCSE Maths – grade C/4 or above.

HNC Qualification in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Completion of RQF HNC in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Plus GCSE English – grade C/4 or above GCSE Maths – grade C/4 or above.

About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

This nationally recognised qualification is suitable for those currently working in the electrical/electronic engineering profession or those seeking employment. Highly regarded by local employers, this vocational qualification will offer you practical experience in the typical business tasks and requirements of engineering professionals and the underpinning academic knowledge. Your learning by doing helps to maintain our high success rate for student employability, and will complement your ability to find solutions to a range of engineering problems using developed technology. This means that you'll be able to apply your skills to a broad range of industrial areas, such as design, development, manufacturing, testing, maintenance and operation of electrical or electronic equipment.

Modules

• Research Project
• Professional Engineering Management
• Further Mathematics
• Industrial Power, Electronics and Storage
• Industrial Systems
• Analogue Electronic Systems
• Further Electrical, Electronic and Digital Principles

Assessment methods

There are typically 4 assignments per unit delivered. The assessment methods used throughout the programme include: Practical work Electronic simulations Written assignments Tests The programme specification details the assessment strategy for each unit, including the relevant task weightings.

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

England
£6,500
per year
International
£9,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,500
per year
Scotland
£6,500
per year
Wales
£6,500
per year

Extra funding

Additional compulsory course costs will be paid for using the Career Degree Bursary. The scheme allows students to access the remainder of the bursary (up to a maximum value of £500 / £250) for additional optional courses, workshops, professional memberships and resources. There is no cash alternative. Students who wish to access opportunities in excess of the Career Degree Bursary may do so at full cost to themselves. Please see the full ‘HE Terms and Conditions’ for details of additional library and printing costs associated with this programme

The Uni


Course location:

Lincoln College

Department:

School of Professional Industries

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