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Power Engineering Masters Degree Apprenticeship - London South Bank University

Location : Greater London
Sector : Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies
Closing date : 29 March 2019
Applications : 0
Course Fee : Funding is available up to £27,000 for employers who qualify. The overall cost is £36,000.
College : : London South Bank University

Course outline

The MEng (Honours) Power Engineering degree programme is based on sound established technical foundations and, for many learners it offers a spread of general topics, which is the best foundation for an ever challenging and changing career in the engineering profession. Power Engineers are highly skilled; focusing on some of the most complex and fundamental engineering challenges within the energy sector.

Apprentices will complete a Masters level degree that will support the fundamental scientific and mathematical principles that equip them with the understanding required to operate effectively and efficiently at a high level within this sector.

This will be supported by vocational training to develop the required competencies specific to particular roles within the chosen sectors.

Assessment

The apprentice will take all the assessments of the embedded degree programme. They will create, maintain and complete an e-Portfolio/logbook and carry out two projects towards the end of the apprenticeship.

An independent assessor will take a holistic view of the learner’s competencies and judges whether they meet the outcomes of the standard.

The End Point Assessment will be carried out by the University, and be based on the e-Portfolio/Logbook and level 6 and 7 projects, and an interview.

Delivery Method

The part-time MEng (Honours) Power Engineering degree programmes follow a 6-year day release (full day and evening) delivery model, with modules constituting either 100 or 80 credits each academic year.

Through the Degree Apprenticeship delivery model, we are seeking to work directly with employers to ensure work based projects are embedded into the apprentice’s learning whilst ensuring those projects are relevant to the workplace and are of benefit to the business.

Each MEng Power Engineering pathway breaks down into a set of 11 core modules, which are then supported by pathway specific modules for either transmission and distribution engineering, electrical engineering or mechanical engineering.

Entry requirements

In order to apply for entry to this Degree Apprenticeship, apprentices must meet the entry requirements for the MEng (Hons) Power Engineering degree programme for September 2017; These are:

• A Level AAB or;

• BTEC National Diploma DDD or;

• Access to HE qualifications with 24 Distinctions and 21 Merits or;

• Equivalent level 3 qualifications worth 128 UCAS points

• Applicants must hold 5 GCSEs A-C including Maths and English or equivalent (reformed GCSEs grade 4 or above).

• We welcome qualifications from around the world. English language qualifications for international students: IELTS score of 6.0 or Cambridge Proficiency or Advanced Grade C.

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