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HND Mechanical Engineering (Part-time) - 2018 Entry

Clearing places available for September

Reasons to study HND Mechanical Engineering

  • Small class sizes, offering unrivalled student to lecturer contact time.
  • Experienced tutors, who are industry experts with a natural passion for their subject will be teaching you.
  • Opportunity to study one day per week, allowing students to study at a higher level, whilst also completing paid employment in industry.
Start/End Date: September 2018 - May 2019
Duration: 1 year part-time
Campus: The STEM Centre, Technology Campus
Course Contact: Dave Button
Telephone: 01744 623556
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Awarded By: Pearson

The HND in Mechanical Engineering is designed for those who have already completed a HNC and are looking to obtain a higher level qualification. Providing students with the opportunity to study the discipline of mechanical engineering at a higher, technical level, the HND provides the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to work as a professional engineer, bringing together a range of engineering theory and practice required for success in this in demand industry. Successful completion of the HND will provide the opportunity for students to progress onto university to top-up their qualification to a full honours degree.

Course in-depth

What will I study?

All students on the HND Mechanical Engineering are required to study the following units:

  • Further Analytical Methods
  • Project Management
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Quality Assurance and Management
  • Design for Manufacturing

How will I study?

Students are required to attend over a one-year period for one extended day per week, typically 9.00am to 8.00pm. The course will be delivered at the newly refurbished STEM Centre, Technology Campus, a purpose built campus that has recently received significant investment.

How will I be assessed?

All units on the HND Mechanical Engineering are assessed by a combination of assignments including phase tests, classwork, case studies and formal end of session written examinations.

Ref: Dave Button


Computer Aided Design (CAD)
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