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BEng

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Year in Industry

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What are your funding options

Take a look at the Government Guide to student finance

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The best places to study

Explore the ranking of UK universities for a range of key subjects leading to a career in manufacturing.



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GCSEs

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College & Work

Diploma

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Work Experience

University or Work

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)

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Earn while you learn.

Get your foot in the door at a top company. Use hands-on learning to achieve qualifications, practical experience, and degrees.

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Get your career going

The official government website providing the latest news and information on apprenticeships and schemes.



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NVQ

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BTEC

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HND

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NVQ

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City & Guild

University or Work

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)

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Technical Qualifications

City & Guilds Technical Qualifications for 14-19-year-olds give learners the skills they need to succeed in their chosen career path.

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Vocational Qualifications explained

What are they, why choose them, what types are available and why choose this route to University level study?


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T Levels

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TechBacc

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Applied General qualification

Work, University, Techinician or Higher Apprentice

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)

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What are the new T Levels?

The new two year Level 3 technical qualifications, equivalent to A levels, that lead to a specific occupation. For 16 - 19 year olds who want to focus on developing skills, and knowledge of a specific occupation or job sector.

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What are T levels?

The first T Levels will be introduced in September 2020 with full roll-out intended from September 2023. Engineering and manufacturing will be included after 2021.



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