Kingston University London - Engineering Foundation with pathways in Aerospace, Civil, Mechanical Engineering

Kingston University London

Engineering Foundation with pathways in Aerospace, Civil, Mechanical Engineering

This course is ideal if you would like to join one of our engineering honors degrees but need a preparatory period of study. It provides an alternative entry route if you do not meet our standard entry requirements but can succeed at degree-level study.

The foundation year in engineering will develop your practical, technical, and communication skills, and you'll apply your knowledge to real-life problems. It's taught at the University and you'll have access to all its facilities.

Modules reflect the degree subject you choose but will include one of the following:

Engineering
You'll gain study skills for your degree, look at relevant career options, and be introduced to business and project management.

Professional Success
You'll gain study skills for your degree, look at relevant career options, and be introduced to business and project management.

Foundation Project-based Learning
You'll work on independent and group projects in your subject area, developing skills in team working, critical thinking, and data handling.

Once you have completed this course, you can join a BEng (Hons)/MEng (Hons) engineering degree of your choice, dependent on satisfactory grades.

Entry Requirements

  • 64 UCAS points from two Level 3 qualifications

  • A-levels: any subjects (General Studies and native language A-level not accepted)

  • BTEC Diploma (grades MM)

  • BTEC Extended Diploma (grades MPP) in any subject

  • Key Skills: points not accepted in tariff

  • IELTS of 6.0, with no element below 5.5.

Career Prospects

Once you have completed this course, you can join a 

BEng (

Hons) or BSc (Hons) engineering degree of your choice at Kingston University in the fields of aerospace engineering, civil engineering, construction management, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering or motorsport engineering, dependent on satisfactory grades.

 

Course Details

You will study introductory modules in applied mathematics, engineering mechanics and science required for the later years of your engineering degree. You will begin to learn to conduct and analyse engineering experimental work and to use relevant computing software. You will also be introduced to fundamental communication and study skills.

Modules

Professional Success
Foundation Project-Based Learning
Engineering

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