Develop the necessary technical, communication and workplace skills required by engineers that are competent in both mechanical and electrical/electronics engineering in the 21st century.
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If you’d like to convert your HND or Foundation Degree into a full Engineering degree, then this top-up course if for you. As a BEng (Hons) Engineering Top-up student at ARU Peterborough, you’ll develop skills in original thinking and independent learning, whilst acquiring holistic engineering skills to further a successful career in engineering.
You’ll be involved in the design, analysis, optimisation and manufacture of state-of-the-art engineering systems and processes and gain experience in the use of digital tools for engineering with a focus on design for manufacture.
During the course, you’ll have the opportunity to work in a team on real world engineering challenges and develop a holistic approach in the consideration of engineering problems including social, commercial, legal, and the environment impacts.
You’ll develop advanced knowledge and skills in areas such as lean manufacturing, robotics and computer aided engineering and the project management module will give you those essential management skills you’ll need in the workplace.
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ARU Peterborough collaborates with local employers in the design of the course, industrial visits, and lectures from visiting engineers, ensuring that the course aligns with current methods used in industry today to ensure you graduate with the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need.
Graduate careers can range from a broad variety of engineering disciplines including automotive, aerospace, product design, manufacturing, engineering analysis and engineering training sectors.
Informed by employers, our courses support an integrated approach to employability. You’ll have opportunities to develop the skills and abilities they are looking for and gain a deeper understanding of how your academic learning relates to the world of work through Live Briefs and Ruskin Modules.
To amplify your career ambition, you will need to actively dedicate time outside of your studies, whether you choose to explore placements, internships or volunteering. Or you could make a social impact by collaborating with our partner organisations through our volunteer scheme Students at the Heart of Knowledge Exchange (SHoKE). These all give you an edge, providing you with experience that you will be able to evidence on your CV and talk about in interviews.
Our Employability and Careers Service offers a range of expert advice and support to build your unique professional profile, including tailored career appointments, advice on writing your CV, and help to complete job applications. You’ll have 24/7 access to the Careers Centre, our comprehensive online digital resource, which empowers you to start building a Personal Career Development Plan from the very start. Design your future at ARU.
To help you stand out when competing for a job after you graduate, we've developed the ARU Graduate Capitals. This is a set of six attributes, valued by employers and industry, that we integrate into our courses and help you develop, so you’ll have life-long career-skills.
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