AND 5 GCSEs at grade C or above including Maths and English Qualifications equivalent to the above.
Key skills in Mathematics level 2 will be accepted as an alternative for GCSE Mathematics Key skills in Communication level 2 will be accepted as an alternative for GCSE English PART TIME students can apply directly to the college using our online application: Furness College Application Form For more information please contact us: T: 01229 825017 E: [email protected] Progression to B. Furness College’s range of engineering programmes will enable students to gain employment and career progression as a professional engineer across a variety of industrial situations.
Gain the necessary skills to ensure that you are job-ready and equipped to become a skilled engineer able to gain employment, both locally and worldwide, in fields ranging from deep-sea welding, through to advanced robotics.
You can start your career with us by combining A Levels in Electronics and Maths in an academic programme with an engineering bias, choosing from a range of vocational courses or starting an apprenticeship with an engineering company.
In 2019/20, Full-time fees are £6450 per year plus a one-off BTEC registration fee of £220 meaning that the total fee is £6670.
Part-time fees in 2019/20 are £3225 per year (£1075 per 20 credit module) plus a one-off BTEC registration fee of £220 meaning that the total fee is £3445.You should be aware that there may be additional costs to consider such as optional educational visits and photocopying/printing.All staff involved in the delivery of higher education courses within the College are approved to teach the subjects and modules they deliver.Scheduled time relates to the time you spend in directed study with the guidance and support of our academic tutors.Scheduled learning can take a variety of forms and will vary from one course to the next, but may include lectures, seminars, tutorials, project supervision, demonstrations, studio or workshop time, fieldwork and external visits.Most courses are assessed via a combination of coursework and exams – the percentage weighting of each of these is outlined below.Coursework might range from written tasks and assignments to the collation of a portfolio of evidence based around a work placement.Higher education courses rely on students undertaking work outside of formal, scheduled sessions and this is generally categorised as independent study.Independent study might include preparation for scheduled sessions, follow-up work, wider reading or practice, completion of assessment tasks and revision.Year 1: Mondays Year 2: Wednesdays 120 UCAS tariff points at A Level within an appropriate subject Or BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, with at least a Merit in six modules including both Further Maths and an appropriate Electrical science based module.OR An alternative equivalent qualification in an appropriate subject at the appropriate level to be determined via interview.