BEng Advanced Manufacture (Electrical/Mechanical)

Further Details
Course Code
LP51321
Location
Deeside
Duration
Part Time, 3 years, part time Bachelor Honours Degree Students on this course will be required to undertake periods of self studyand some time at Swansea University in addition to taught hours.
Department
Engineering, Manufacturing & Maintenance
Start Date
29 Sep 2022
End Date
20 Jun 2025

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Course Overview
You will study a broad spectrum of advanced manufacturing topics developed in line with employer requirements. This programme is for students and higher
apprentices who want to progress within and further improve knowledge in advanced manufacturing engineering.

Key features to studying this degree at Cambria:

• All modules are taught by Cambria or Swansea University Engineering tutors who have a breadth of industrial and academic knowledge
• Outstanding connections with many businesses and business leaders
• World-class facilities and resources
• A mix of academic studies which links to practical vocational applications in all subject modules
• Excellent student support, with all students having a Personal Tutor
• Experienced provider of apprenticeship routes

MODULES:

Year 1:

• Engineering Analysis 1
• Business, Management and Quality
• Electrical and Electronic Principles
• Engineering Manufacture
• Engineering Science
• Work-based Learning
• Professional Engineering Practice

Year 2:

• Engineering Analysis 2
• Advanced Manufacture, CAM & NDT
• Stress Analysis and Dynamics
• Industrial Project
• Electrical Circuits, Control and
Instrumentation
• Computer Aided Engineering
• Engineering Materials

Year 3:
• Research Project
• Engineering Management
• Advanced Engineering Design
• Manufacturing Optimisation
and Automation
• Systems Engineering
• Advanced Engineering
Materials
• Digital Manufacturing
• Design for Reliability
• Industry 4.0
• Power Systems
(Electrical Pathway Only)
• Finite Element Analysis
(Mechanical Pathway Only)

This programme will be delivered through a combination of online and face to face sessions to suit your individual needs, subject to us being able to work within the Welsh Government guidance and legislation to ensure the safety of you and our staff. We will also continue to support those with additional learning needs remotely. Please note that where work placements are not able to be fulfilled for safety reasons we will adapt modules to include work related projects in a way that will still develop your work based skills.
The programme will be delivered through a combination of lectures, seminars, interactive tutorials, visiting speakers, workshops and ‘Flipped Learning’ techniques.

Most modules are assessed through examinations and assignments. You will be given feedback and pointers for improvement for every assignment and examination.

Work placements are required for the work-based modules. Approximately 1 week per year will be spent at the university campus in Swansea.
• Fd Year 1 – A Levels of grade BBB including Maths and Physics. There
is no requirement on the third A Level, but one of Chemistry, Design, IT/
Computing, Further Maths or Business/Economics is preferred or a
relevant BTEC qualification with grades of D*D*D* with a Distinction in the
Further Maths Module
• Fd Year 2- Relevant HNC qualification (120 credits)
• BEng- Relevant Fd (240 credits) or a Level 5 Diploma
• In addition to this, all applicants must have GCSE English Language and
GCSE Maths or Numeracy at grade C or above.

Any assessment of prior learning (such as professional development
awards or employment-based awards) which is at a Higher Education
level but not awarded HE credits will be considered on a case by case
basis by the Swansea University and Cambria Admissions Teams.

If you would like to apply for the 2 year FdEng Advanced Manufacture (Electrical / Mechanical) course, please search for course code LP51320.
Potential to progress to a Master’s Degree with your chosen university.

Some examples of potential career options in the Aeronautical Engineering industry are as follows:

Some examples of potential career options in the Engineering industry are as follows:
● Design Engineer
● Project Engineer
● Manufacturing Systems Engineer
● Lineside Manufacturing Engineering Support Engineer
● Quality Control Engineer
● Electrical Engineer
● Mechanical Engineer
● Marine Engineer
● Aerospace Engineer
● Control and Instrumentation Engineer
● Network Engineer
● Stress Engineer
● Mechatronics Engineer
● Power Systems Engineer
FdEng £7500 per year (Years 1 & 2)
Beng – £9000 per year (Year 3)
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