This Foundation Degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering (FdSc) provides a higher education engineering experience. The course has been designed to provide a combination of extensive practical work supported by academic studies with a unique experience within the National College for Nuclear Southern Hub.
The aim of the programme is to provide work ready technicians and engineers with the relevant skills, knowledge and behaviours to work within a highly technical environment.
The awarding organisation for this course is the University of the West of England.
Inquiry-led constructive learning and technology-based assessment
Nuclear behavioural culture, safety and security
Employer-focused contextual content
Practical engineering workshop / lab practice and skills
You will require a minimum of 102 UCAS tariff points from a full Level 3 qualification in a relevant subject area and at least four GCSEs at grades A* - C or Grade 4 including Maths and English. BTEC Level 3 Further Mathematics is required for applicants holding a BTEC Level 3 Diploma.
Direct progression onto the BEng(Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Nuclear Degree at the Sourthern Hub of the NCfN. Alternatively, you could progress within or into the sector.