Are you curious about learning how things work? Do you enjoy applying what you’ve learnt to solve real world problems?
If you are looking for a stimulating career in a rapidly expanding industry, engineering could be the field for you. Engineers apply ingenuity and creativity to resolve complex challenges across many different industries.
The Faculty of Engineering and Energy at Fife College has a fantastic reputation for student achievement and progression into industry. The college’s university partnerships also allow you to progress onto a degree, with some allowing direct entry to third year university courses on completion of an HND.
The excellent facilities at the College’s Rosyth, Stenton, and Levenmouth Campuses aim to provide a stimulating learning environment for students across engineering disciplines, including electrical and electronic, mechanical, fabrication and welding, petroleum, oil and gas, and renewables.
In this growing industry, you will be at the forefront of first-class training and development. With a wide range of subjects available, from introductory level through to degree qualifications, you’ll come out with a highly marketable set of skills.
Fife College has courses available in the following areas starting in August 2018:
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Engineering Systems and Renewables
- Fabrication and Welding
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
- Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation
- Petroleum, Oil and Gas
New for 2018: Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation
Do you want to be at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Robotics and Mechatronics are an increasingly important and ever growing area of engineering, and form part of every sector from healthcare to aerospace. Fife College’s newly introduced courses offer you the basic practical and theoretical skills base you’ll need in designing and building robotic and automated systems to streamline processes and transform businesses.
Do you need a more flexible learning schedule? As well as full-time provision, Fife College also offers the opportunity to study a range of courses through distance learning. The flexible delivery of these courses creates study opportunities for people who may not be able to attend classes on site due to other commitments. This study method is well suited for people who are in full-time employment but are looking to up-skill and gain a recognised qualification, as well as students who live too far afield to travel into college.
Fife College offers the following distance learning Engineering courses:
- HNC: Fabrication and Welding SCQF Level 7
- HNC: Electrical Engineering SCQF Level 7
- HNC: Engineering SCQF Level 7
Find out more about Fife College’s Engineering courses and how to apply by visiting our Engineering page.