This Mechanical Engineering Level 1 course will suit anyone who is interested in a career in General Engineering. This course gives a background into Electro Mechanical Systems.
This Engineering EAL Diploma will suit anyone who is looking for a career in Engineering or a related area. It allows you to learn the basics and try your hand at different trades and careers, to help you find out what you enjoy and what suits you most. You gain the opportunity to experience mechanical, electrical, electronic engineering, and general engineering. On this course there are range of practical and theory sessions. You will gain a range of industry qualifications.
Successful completion of this course enables students to return for the EAL Diploma or Extended Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. It is also widely recognised by industry as preparing for entry into a technical/engineering apprenticeship.
This course will suit anyone who is interested in a career in Engineering.
The course develops your knowledge and practical skills which can lead to a career in Electrical, Mechanical, Maintenance, Building Services or Design Engineering.
The course can also lead to the Pathways to Apprenticeships programme where you would be placed in industry for a period of 6 weeks. This can be a real opportunity for you to form early links with potential employers or apprenticeship providers.
This Aircraft Engineering Degree is aimed at students who wish to pursue a career in aircraft maintenance. This innovative programme teaches the knowledge and practical skills needed to gain a degree qualification and also covers the work detailed in the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) category B1.1 aircraft maintenance engineering licence syllabus (part-66).
The Compact Scheme at Kingston University aims to support the access, transition and success of individuals from groups under-represented in higher education.
It is available for mature learners, care leavers, students with a disability or specific learning difference, first generation applicants (ie those whose parents have not been to university) and those who have a household income below £25,000.
This will give you an opportunity to apply for the Kingston University Bursary.