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Course summary

Our exciting Electrical and Electronic Engineering HND will allow you to become anything but another cog in the machine. With the dual aim of preparing you for direct entry into employment and offering the opportunity to study further, our HND gives you everything you need to accelerate your engineering career.rol engineer, electronic design engineer or approvals/production engineer) and of offering the opportunity to enrol on top-up degrees. Envision yourself as an electrical and electronic engineer. Our HND covers multiple aspects of engineering, ensuring you gain the skills and experience needed to meet employer demands. You will acquire academic knowledge as well as practical engineering skills and specialist industry insight. You will explore a range of topics from lean manufacturing to electronic circuits as you acquire core engineering knowledge and develop specialist skills such as programming PLCs. You’ll also widen your understanding of current topics such as renewable energy and efficiency measures. We emphasise work experience and take pride in our practical opportunities. If you are not already in employment we will support you with finding your work placement, with the end goal of you moving into relevant employment after studying.


Modules may include Year 1 (Level 4) Engineering Design (15 credits) Engineering Maths (15 credits) Engineering Science (15 credits) Managing a Professional Engineering Project (15 credits) Machining and Processing of Engineering Materials (15 credits) Engineering Management (15 credits) Automation, Robotics and PLCs (15 credits) Electrical and Electronic Principles (15 credits) Year 2 (Level 5) Research Project (30 credits) Professional Engineering Management (Pearson-set) (15 credits) Further Mathematics (15 credits) Industrial Power, Electronics and Storage (15 credits) Industrial Systems (15 credits) Lean Manufacturing (15 credits) Further Control Systems Engineering (15 credits)

Assessment method

The assessments are scheduled so that deadline clashes are minimised and the main assessment mechanisms are: Assignments (tasks include maths problems, presentations, essays or reports) Project work A minimal quantity of exams

How to apply

This course is not accepting applications from students requiring a Student visa. For more information, please contact the course provider.

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

GCSE Maths and English (C/4 grade or above), two relevant A-levels (grade D or above), relevant BTEC Level 3/National Diploma at MM or above. Industrial experience will also be considered. English: Level B2 (CEFR), PTE 51, IELTS 6 (no element lower than 5.5) or equivalent. T Levels: In a relevant subject.

Additional entry requirements


All suitable applicants will be required to attend a formal interview.


All suitable applicants will be required to complete and pass an initial assessment and provide a satisfactory reference.

Unistats information

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £7950 Year 1
Northern Ireland £7950 Year 1
Scotland £7950 Year 1
Wales £7950 Year 1

Additional fee information

Fees are charged per academic year.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University Centre Leeds, Leeds City College - UCAS