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Engineering

Engineering Principles SU

 

Course overview

You explore a range of topics in electrical/electronic technology, chemical science and mechanical principles. You develop basic engineering knowledge and problem-solving skills which will help you in your preparation for study on a University engineering degree. Ideally you will have at least grade C / 4 in GCSE mathematics, or equivalent, before enrolling on this course.


Applications are now closed. If you have a conditional offer based on completing this course then please contact us at summer.university@tees.ac.uk.


This course will be delivered online. Please check the entry requirements tab before making your application to ensure you meet the entry criteria and have all the minimum equipment necessary to take part.

Starts Friday 3 July, Fridays for 6 weeks, 9.30am-4.30pm.

This course will be delivered through a combination of pre-recorded lectures and tutorial exercises, supported with live sessions and tutor support during the specified weekly time slots.

You can study up to 30 credits at Summer University and you can select up to three modules on the same application form. If you would like to add a module later, or change one of your choices, then please let us know by emailing summer.university@tees.ac.uk.

Where you study

This course is delivered online.

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Course details

What you study

How you are assessed

Assessment is via a 1.5 hour online test in the final week.

 
 

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

As this is an online course it is necessary that you have access to a computer and that you are comfortable learning via an online platform.

Applicants must have attained at least grade C / 4 in GCSE mathematics, or equivalent, before enrolling on this course.

International applicants must have an IELTS overall score of 5.5 or equivalent.

 
 

Part-time

2020/21 entry

  • Length: Credits: 10, Level: 4, Fees: £50.00
  • Online
  • Enrolment date: Starts Friday 3 July, Fridays for six weeks, 9.30am-4.30pm