Engineering: Instrumentation, Measurement and Control

Graduate Apprenticeship in BEng (Hons)
BEng (Hons) Engineering: Instrumentation, Measurement and Control

Graduate Apprenticeships are an innovative route to a degree qualification blending academic study with work-based learning, supported by the student’s employer. This course covers topics in instrumentation and automation providing the student with a grounding in engineering principles, concepts and theories involving managerial, technical and environmental issues in the modern workplace.

Instrumentation, Measurement and Control provides the student with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to become successful professional engineers within process related industries. Students will learn how to apply their knowledge and skills to the solution of real world problems of designing, operating and maintaining industrial plants and equipment.

The course combines workplace learning with a programme of education designed to meet students' career ambitions, supporting progression and enriching technical and professional skills.

This course has one study option
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Mode of Attendance

  • Blended

Mode of Study

  • Full Time

Start Date

September

Course Length

4 years

Mode of Attendance

  • Blended

Mode of Study

  • Full Time

Start Date

February

Course Length

4 years

Graduate Apprenticeship students will have full RGU University student status and may make use of the University’s excellent physical facilities when they wish. 

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