When you complete this apprenticeship you will be awarded the Electrical and Electronic Technical Support Engineer Degree Apprenticeship, which includes the BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering degree.
On this course you will be employed in a full time or part time role with your employer and study in partnership with the University of Chichester. You will attend University for one and a half days per week in year one and one day per week in years two to four, as well as studying independently outside of your work hours.
During the course you will develop the scientific knowledge, practical skills and techniques that you need to be a confident, capable engineering professional.
To apply you for this degree apprenticeship you need to apply directly to an employer and not directly to the University.
Teaching and Assessment
How you will learn
You will attend University for one and a half days each week in year one, and one day per week for the rest of your course. You will attend workshops, interactive seminars, practical, lab based activities and seminar discussions.
What you will study
You will study a range of modules in each year.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
- Mathematical Principles 1
- Mechanical Principles
- Electrical Principles
- Computer Aided Engineering
- 1st Year Workplace Report
- 1st Year Engineering Labs
- Control and Instrumentation
- Mathematical Principles 2
- 2nd Year Engineering Workplace Projects
- 2nd Year Electrical Labs
- Analogue and Digital Design
- Power Systems and Electrical Machines
- Renewable Energy and Sustainability
- Signal Processing
- Individual Engineering Workplace Projects
- Communication Systems
- Business for Engineering
Your tuition fees will be paid by your employer and/or the Government so you will graduate without tuition fee debt.
As an employee you will receive your salary from your employer and be eligible for employee benefits while you study. You will not be eligible for a student loan.
Degree apprentices are recruited directly by employers or are already employed by the company.
To be eligible for the course you will need any of the following:
BTEC Vocational Qualifications
Relevant work experience
Frequently asked questions
How do I apply?
You need to apply directly to an employer for a degree apprenticeship, unlike traditional degree programmes.
You will be employed in a full time or part time role while studying in partnership with the University of Chichester.
When does this course start?
This course starts in September 2022.
Any other questions
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