BEng (Hons) Mechanical Maintenance Engineering (Top-Up) (With Optional Placement)

Course Features

  • Price: £13450
  • Level: Degree
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  • Awarded by: University of Lancashire

Improve your foundation degree or HND in Mechanical Maintenance Engineering and move into a role with more responsibility and better prospects – not to mention higher earning potential… As a graduate, you’ll have the knowledge you need to use technological principles to solve engineering problems, generating innovative solutions to challenging issues in fields like maintenance, precision technologies, machine diagnostics, engineering management, and technology specification.

This course is designed to equip, and enable you to work as a graduate engineer through the skilled application of your knowledge of engineering. This may be in the fields of design, analysis, development, manufacture, application, sales and maintenance of high technology products, systems, and services. The course insists that you reflect on the processes that you apply that underpin engineering practice. You will need to evaluate the social, environmental and financial consequences of your actions as an engineer. We hope to provide you with an interesting and challenging engineering education. The content of this degree reflects the requirements for professional Incorporated Engineer status. However, although the content is designed to assist graduates in individual membership applications to the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for Incorporated Engineer status, it is not an accredited degree.

The course is delivered by staff from the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences that are active in both research and knowledge transfer.

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirement: Year 12 equivalent

Intakes & Course Duration

Intakes: September

Course Duration: 1 year

Study Campus/ University
  • University of Central Lancashire

    Today Central Lancashire is one of the UK’s largest universities with a student and staff community approaching 38,000. Internationally the University has academic partners in all regions of the globe and it is on a world stage that the first class quality of its education was first recognised. The University has an increasingly thriving campus in Cyprus delivering UCLan programmes and original research within a Central Lancashire environment and culture.