Our HND Electrical and Electronic Engineering course is a two year full-time qualification that will give you a broad understanding of electrical and electronic principles. This course is perfect if are looking to continue your education at a higher level, with the aim of employment afterwards.
The first year is delivered alongside the Mechanical and Manufacturing course, where our expert tutors will provide you with strong, sector-related content and an emphasis on practical skills to help you expand your existing knowledge of engineering. You will focus on mathematics, modern design, and electrical techniques, as well as mechanical principles to give you a broad understanding of all industrial needs.
Specialisms will take place in the second year where you will have the opportunity to hone your skills in electrical disciplines. By the end of the course you will have developed a good mix of practical and employability skills to further your career or progress onto a top-up degree.
HE (Degree Level)
Minimum of 48 UCAS points (120 old system) from a BTEC Level 3 Diploma or Extended Diploma / A Levels / Foundation Diploma / Access Diploma in a related subject; if English is not your first language, an IELTS score of 5.5 with a 5 in writing; proof of qualifications; a satisfactory reference.
Once you have completed the course you will have a diverse range of transferable skills that will enable you to either, advance in your current role, or push for a promotion in this exciting industry. You may also choose to top-up your qualification to full honours on our BSc (Hons) Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering course.
Past students have gone on to work with local businesses such as Qinetiqs, where graduates secure technician, supervisor and management roles. Past students have worked with companies such as EDF, Aero Vintage, Photek, Deutsch(TE), Secol Engineering, VG Scienta, Stevens Rowsell, British Gypsum and Interface Engineering.
Meet our course leader, Peter Wheeler. He’ll tell you more about the degree course, the skills and knowledge you’ll gain, and why you should come and study with us in Hastings. You’ll also meet first-year student, Nick, who loves learning about the theoretical side of engineering.