New Engineering Centre at Bournville Campus (Longbridge)
Great news! Students who join us in September 2021 on an Engineering course will receive free equipment to help them with their studies. (Full time students only. Learner Support Fund eligibility criteria applies – enquire at enrolment.)
With a brand-new Engineering Centre opening this year, there’s never been a better time to study engineering with us – no matter what level of study you’re interested in. Want to know more? Meet our tutors in the video below, or jump into a virtual tour of our facilities.
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If you’re ready to apply now, choose your course below and apply directly from the course page. Need to know more? Book a call with one of our friendly admissions staff, who can answer your questions and guide you through the application process.
|Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Awarded by UCB & in partnership with UoB)||5||View course|
|T Level in Engineering and Manufacturing||3||View course|
|Engineering BTEC National Extended Diploma - Electrical/Electronic Engineering pathway||3||View course|
|Engineering BTEC National Extended Diploma - Mechanical Engineering pathway||3||View course|
|Engineering City & Guilds Diploma - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering pathway||3||View course|
|Engineering BTEC First Diploma Fast Track - Electrical & Electronic Engineering pathway||2||View course|
|Engineering BTEC First Diploma Fast Track - Mechanical Engineering pathway||2||View course|
|Engineering BTEC First Diploma Two-Year - Electrical & Electronic Engineering pathway||2||View course|
|Engineering BTEC First Diploma Two-Year - Mechanical Engineering pathway||2||View course|
|Engineering City & Guilds Diploma Fast Track - Manufacturing Technology pathway||2||View course|
The engineering industry is growing and has lots of different careers. For some jobs, you’ll need practical skills and creativity and in others, you’ll need to be good at maths and science. An interest in how things work and problem-solving skills will also help if you want to design, test and build tomorrow’s technology. HS2 is coming to Birmingham and there are hundreds of jobs expected in the area.
This map gives you an overview of progression opportunities that our courses in Engineering can lead on to.
Having completed a course with us you could go on to further study or employment in the following areas:
Start your studies early with course materials, learning resources and more.
Whether you want a taste of what your course has to offer, or you’re keen to start studying early, our Study Hub is a space for future students to download course materials and learning resources uploaded by your course tutors. Click here to visit our study hub.