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.
However, relevant work/voluntary skills or knowledge could count instead of the above qualifications; we will consider each application on an individual basis.
The HNC qualified student can progress to study on a full Honours degree by progressing to our BEng (Hons) Mechatronics degree awarded by Lancaster University and delivered here at Blackpool and The Fylde College.
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.
Please note, fees are set and are payable on a yearly basis and are subject to a small increase in line with inflation.
For more details on additional costs, please refer to the HE Tuition Fees Contract. The enrolment session will begin week commencing 10th September 2018.
HNC Electrical and Electronic Engineering requires 120 credits including a minimum of 40 at Level 5 or above Level 4 FT1600 Electrical Principles - 10 credits FT1601 Engineering Mathematics - 10 credits FT1602 Analogue and Digital Electronics - 20 credits FT1603 Electronic Systems - 20 credits FT1604 Aspects of Industrial Management - 20 credits Level 5 FT2600 Engineering Project - 20 credits FT2601 Linear Control Systems - 20 credits Informal and formative feedback is provided in tutorial, seminar and practical classes through class discussion and individual advice.
Formal assessment is through practical and written coursework, and time-constrained examinations, which may include on-line multiple-choice exams, traditional examinations, open-book examinations and partially-seen questions.