BEng (Hons) Engineering Design Degree
Take your career in engineering design to the next level with this level 6 top-up focused on design through to manufacturing. This course is delivered though a blended learning approach, meaning teaching and learning will occur both on site in the classroom and remotely via a virtual learning environment.
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This is the ideal programme if you have already completed an HNC/HND in Engineering or a foundation degree.The degree has been accredited by the Institute of Engineering Designers (IED) to IEng level and provides professional recognition for the study undertaken.
Subjects covered include:
- Design for Manufacture
- Leadership and Management
- Work-based Research Project
You will have the opportunity to take part in exciting educational visits to a range of different industries. (Subject to CV19 conditions) These will range from automotive to aerospace and will be selected by the interests of the students.
This course operates using a blended learning approach where part of some units may be delivered online via Microsoft Teams. To participate in this programme you will need a suitable computer and/or device with sufficient internet access. Specific requirements and information on the support available to borrow or purchase equipment can be discussed at interview.
You can join the course with advanced standing if you have previously completed a HNC/HND in Engineering or a Foundation Degree.
Those taking an apprecticeship route be a new or existing member of staff within their organisation. You must be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week and must not already hold a degree in that subject area or be receiving funding for other training. Apprentices must meet all the core requirement of the standards. You can download the full standards from the government's website.
For non-apprentices, you should be in employment in a related industry and have completed an HND in a relevant subject area. Mature applicants without the above qualifications will also be considered for entry by interview and submission of an up to date relevant CV. In addition they should have a letter of support from their employer and demonstrate significant knowledge gained through the work place. This group of applicants may or may not be eligible for the apprenticeship levy depending on their prior learning and background.
You are expected to have a keen interest in Engineering and Engineering activities, as well as a reasonable level of competency in mathematics and science. You should be familiar with basic computer functions and applications including Microsoft Windows and Office. Parts of your programme will be delivered using Microsoft Teams. Training for this application will be provided.
BEng (Hons) Engineering Design (depending on specialist pathway, either Electrical Engineering or Mechancial Engineering or Production Engineering) - Buckinghamshire New University
Following the successful completion of the BEng Degree, subject to institution approval, you can apply for professional status with organisations that are expected to include:
- The Institute of Engineering Designers (IED)
- Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
- The Institute of Engineering Technologists(IET).
You can then progress to the MSc programme as a progression route and can continue your professional development meeting the academic requirements for Chartered Engineer.
If you wish to start your own business, you should consider a short course in self-employment or a Distance Learning course in Business and Administration.
This is an accredited degree programme and will be reviewed by the IED at periodic intervals.
You will be assessed through a combination of assignments, work-based assessments, case studies, team projects, live projects and exams.
In addition to these standard assessments, there are the two external assessments required by the apprenticeship programme. At the end of the programme those on the apprenticeship route will undertake an external assessment which is the final stage or End Point Assessment (EPA).These are separate from the degree assessments and will be completed by an independent assessor which will be appointed prior to the apprentice beginning their degree.
Homework will be set in class and/or via Microsoft Teams (Newbury Colleges online learning platform). You are expected to allocate approximately eight hours a week on research and homework outside of normal class time in order to build up knowledge, confidence and successfully complete the programme. This may be completed at home or in the UCN social area.
Fees and Additional Costs
The tuition fee for this programme is £9,250 per year.
At times, you may be offered the opportunity to visit industries and shows, which may require additional entrance fees and costs. You will also benefit from purchasing a copy of a course-related textbook approximately £100.00 dependent on text. Further details will be discussed during induction. All students will join the IED as student members; this is free. There is an annual student assciation fee of £15 that is also payable.
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16 - 18 year olds
In most cases, students aged 16-18 on a full-time study programme (including T Levels) will not be required to pay fees, and the College will fund most course-specific equipment and materials. This excludes stationary, non-curriculum trips and a £15 College Subscription.
19 years and over
Students aged 19 years and over may be required to pay fees. Our Fees, Funding and Financial Support page has details on financial support, fee remissions and loans. Please note that some courses may have additional registration, examination and/or materials fees. Where we have been unable to provide these additional costs in this information, they will be discussed with you before enrolment.
Where course fees are fully funded (for example Maths, English and Essential Digital Skills), the course is free of charge to students, subject to eligibility.
Skills Bootcamps are fully funded and free of charge to learners. Employers who want to use Skills Bootcamps to train their existing employees contribute to the cost of training. See the Fees and Additional Costs for more information.