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By becoming an engineer, you can help solve problems that are important and relevant to today’s society. Projects that you may work on could have a lasting impact on how we live our lives, both now and in the future. At CU, we aim to provide a broad understanding of this exciting industry, giving you the skills needed to start your career.
Increasingly, employers from the engineering industry are seeking engineering graduates with a multidisciplinary skill base who can function seamlessly in today’s modern but complex engineering environment and who are able to adapt to the challenges of rapidly changing technologies. Regionally, there is an identified current shortage of professional engineers that is projected to increase significantly over the next five years.
As a Combined Engineering graduate, you can go into any industry that specialises in electronics, mechanical or combined, such as vehicle, engines, robots and motor-related companies. Possible careers include:
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All of CU’s courses are awarded by Coventry University, meaning when you graduate, you will receive a Coventry University degree. Tutors maintain high levels of class contact and offer support to help ensure you are learning throughout your time with us.
Coventry University has an excellent reputation for providing degrees that are relevant to the world of work. We want every single student to gain the relevant skills and knowledge that will help them secure employment in their chosen profession.
We’ve moved away from end of year exams to more modern assessment techniques which take place during each 6-week module. You only study one module at a time, allowing you to give each assignment your full attention.
WE’LL TAKE YOU IF YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES.
Our tariff entry requirements are not as high as many other institutions. We know that many of our students have had other priorities in their lives but still have the ability and determination to succeed. Entry requirements are:
64 UCAS tariff points. All courses require 5 GCSEs at A-C including Maths and English.
80 UCAS tariff points. All courses require 5 GCSEs at A-C including Maths and English.
BA (Hons) Degree
104 UCAS tariff points. All courses require 5 GCSEs at A-C including Maths and English.
Many of these degrees include content from professionally accredited courses. This means while you’re studying for your degree, you could also be working towards a professional qualification which may help to give you an edge in the graduate market.
*Limited to specific degree courses. See course descriptions for full details.
In order to make higher education accessible to everyone, we keep our tuition fees lower than many comparable institutions. Fees for UK/EU nationals in 2017 -18 are £6,009 or £7,102 depending on the course.