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Categories: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Postgraduate
There’s still time to apply for a Mechanical Engineering course or an Electronical Engineering course at the University of Bolton. Whether you’ve experienced setbacks for applying, or you’ve been having indecision about your next steps in life, it’s not too late to enrol with us. To ensure you can secure a place on one of our Undergraduate or Postgraduate programmes, don’t delay and get in touch with our admissions team as soon as possible.
Why choose an engineering degree?
As certain industries grow, demand for people with these vital skills will increase too. This makes it the perfect time to study for an engineering degree. There’s no better time to invest in your future, and the University of Bolton promises a university experience like no other.
Students have voted us No.1 in the North West for Student Satisfaction for the past three years (Complete University Guide in 2021, 2020 and 2019), as well as Top 5 in the UK for Teaching Quality (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide in 2021 and 2020).
Great courses that prepare you for the workplace
Our courses combine hands-on study with theory, helping you develop both the practical skills and knowledge you’ll need to begin your career in a number of global industries. We offer both Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses, allowing industry professionals a chance to increase their skills and earning potential.
Develop your career from day one
Mechanical engineers can enter into automotive or aerospace jobs, as well jobs in construction, medicine, sport, and consumer goods and electronics. While electric engineers can work in electronics, IT, manufacturing, power, transport, and construction and building services, and more.
For both types of engineering, there are ample opportunities in the UK and abroad, giving career seekers the chance to expand their horizons through travel or even permanent relocation. Additionally, there’s plenty of scope for climbing the ladder, and progression is an attractive part of the jobs on offer.
We offer a friendly and supportive learning environment, and will help you get career-focused from the start. Upon graduation, our Employability Team will work with you to hopefully secure you a job or advise you on next steps for success.
If this sounds like a career for you, don’t delay and apply today. There’s still time enjoy the University of Bolton experience. Take a look at our full list of Mechanical Engineering courses or Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses online.
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