robert gordon

There is a great demand in industry for engineering graduates that have a broad range of knowledge, covering both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering disciplines. This course includes the core aspects of the Mechanical Engineering course and combines it with a specialism in Electrical Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering is concerned with the design, construction and operation of machines, structures and industrial plant used in a very wide range of industries. Electrical Engineering involves the technology of power generation and transmission, electrical generators, motors, the development and operation of renewable energy schemes and environmentally-friendly engineering systems.

Entry requirements

SQA Higher: BBBC to include Maths, and Physics or Technological Studies at Grade B, or Advanced Higher BBC to include Maths and either Physics or Technological Studies, plus Standard Grade English if not held at Higher.
GCE A Level: BCC including Maths, and Physics or Engineering or Design and Technology, plus GCSE in English or English Language.
Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: B2B2B2C1 at Higher level to include Maths and Physics or Technological Studies at Grade B plus Ordinary Level English if not at Higher.
IB Diploma: 27 including Maths and Physics/Technological Studies at Higher Level Grade plus English..
Alternative Qualifications: Equivalent qualifications, e.g. SQA, BTEC, S/NVQs, overseas qualifications and Access programmes will be considered on an individual basis. Applications from students with non-standard qualifications or work experience are welcomed.
Degree link program: A relevant HND from one of our partner colleges may be considered for Stage 3 entry.

Course link: Mechanical and electrical engineering

Study options

4 years Full time

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