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The Aerospace Systems Engineering BEng aims to give you the skills to start your career, working towards the future of aircraft design.
A degree in Aerospace Technology can lead to many careers, from working as a military pilot, to an engineer in the aerospace industry.
The Applied Mechanical Engineering Top-Up can enhance your existing engineering skills and qualifications and in turn, your career.
An Architectural Technology degree requires a creative, insightful mind and can help you progress to a stimulating and fulfilling career.
Creative and technical; an Architecture degree can teach you the complex art of designing new spaces and starting a fulfilling career.
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If you’d like to take your career to the next level, this Building Services Engineering degree aims to put you ahead in the industry.
Problem-solving on a grand scale; a Building Surveying degree can teach you to offer much sought-after advice on property and construction.
Conceptualising and creating society’s infrastructure takes a wealth of skills which you can learn with a structural engineering course.
It takes a mix of technical, analytical, managerial and practical skills to succeed as a civil engineer, which this BSc course can nurture.
You could have the opportunity to study for a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree on this three or four-year Civil Engineering degree course.
A degree in Construction Management can give you the opportunity to work all over the world, in many areas of the construction industry.
A degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering can give you the skills needed to innovate and problem-solve in this advancing field.
An Electronic Engineering degree aims to make you ready for the professional world, where you could end up working in any number of fields.
If you’re already working in the industry, you can boost your knowledge with this part-time Engineering BSc, which works around you.
You could be next in-line for a promotion with the Engineering Business Management BEng, designed to boost your existing qualifications.
To develop sustainably, we must understand our environment. This course blends together environmental science and civil engineering.
If you have existing logistics and supply chain experience or qualifications, top them up to degree level with this final year course.
From 3D modeling to project management, Interior Design courses can teach you skills needed for a creative career using your eye for detail.
This integrated Master’s course focuses on manufacturing engineering in the 21st century, taught in partnership with Unipart Manufacturing.
A Mechanical Engineering BEng at Coventry comes with the opportunity to take up the industry placements you’ll need to get that dream job.
Designed to up-skill staff, this Metrology course can teach you measurement skills which can boost the performance of you and your company.
This integrated Master’s course aims to help develop your analytical and problem solving skills for the motorsport engineering sector.
This course could help start your journey towards playing a role in the construction process as a quantity surveyor or commercial manager.