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Why Choose an Accredited Electronic Engineering Course
If you have decided that electronic engineering is the career for you, you need to choose the right course to set on this path. With many different courses and course providers available, choosing between them can be overwhelming. The one thing you should always look for is an accredited electrical and electronics engineering course.
An accredited course is one that is approved by the relevant industry body. For instance, it is primarily the IEEE - the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in electronic engineering. Any accredited degree or diploma in electrical engineering has been approved by either the IEEE or another similar professional industry body.
There are many reasons why choosing an accredited electrical engineering course makes sense. Ultimately, accreditation is a mark of quality. It signifies that the course syllabus, training methods, the lecturers, and so on, comply with the standards set by leading industry organisations. The very best courses and universities surpass these standards, giving their students a head start as they search for employment.
It is also worth noting that some job titles are legally protected. This means that you cannot use them unless you have achieved a recognised and accredited course qualification. Using official titles and adding "accredited" to your CV and social work profiles can make a big difference to your personal branding and employability chances.
By choosing an accredited electrical engineering course, you will boost your chances of securing a higher-paying and more rewarding job once you finish university. Accredited qualifications are viewed as more desirable by clients and employers. From securing an interview at a company in Greater Manchester or beyond to being considered for future promotions, the accredited status gives you a clear advantage over others.
Accreditation can also give you access to professional bodies, offering support and assistance throughout your career. Such bodies and industry connections can open the door to further training options and apprenticeships that help prepare you for a rewarding career within electronics and communication engineering. You can also leverage the excellent networking opportunities that being part of a professional body provides.
Why Study Electronic Engineering at the University of Bolton?
If you're interested in electronics and communication engineering, the University of Bolton can help you achieve your dream career. Our courses range from MSc Robotics, Autonomous Systems and Telecommunications to BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering, ensuring you can find the perfect course for your requirements.
Not only do we ensure you achieve the accreditation and qualifications you need, but our dynamic, vibrant and friendly university will help you to develop vital life skills so you can thrive in your post-university life. Come and enjoy #UniAsItShouldBe and experience for yourself why we have been named No.1 for Student Satisfaction three years running* and No.2 in Teaching Quality**
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If you are interested in taking an electrical engineering course, you can find a variety of accredited courses at the University of Bolton, the North West's best university. Find out more by getting in touch with us today. Our award-winning Student Services Team is here to help with any questions you have about attending the Bolton University, from funding and finance to living in and around Greater Manchester and disability support.
*Complete University Guide 2021, 2020, 2019 – North West Region.
**The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020