EDEXCEL Level 3 Diploma in Electronic Engineering

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Length 2 Years
Site Broadwater Campus Map
Attendance Part Time
Course Code DFDEE1
Day / Time Tuesday - 09:00-17:00
Start 12-Sep-2017
Fees
New fees are published every year in April
A B C D E
£0 Not Applicable £2,710.50 £2,574.98 £2,792.00

The fee you pay will depend on your individual circumstances and the course type

A - You may not have to pay if you are eligible for Government funding (some courses excluded) - click for details
B
- Full fee (includes tuition, any exam/reg and DBS if applicable). Some fees can be paid in instalments (conditions apply) - click for details

       (note that 'BA' and 'HNC' courses can be paid for by Student Loan - click for details )
C
- Full fee for courses that can be paid for by 'Advanced Learner Loan' - click for details .

        Alternatively, fee can be paid in instalments (conditions apply)
D
- Discounted fee for full payment before course start

       (discounted fee is not available if you are paying by student loan or advanced learner loan)
E
- Fee for international students

About this Course

Fees quoted are per year


The Course

The course provides learners with the underpinning knowledge and skills to undertake work as a Technician in the area of Electrical/Electronic engineering and provides a progression route to Higher Education.


Typical topics: Mathematics, Electrical & Electronic Principles, Analogue & Digital Electronics, Microelectronics, Testing & Fault Finding, Business Systems & Communication and Engineering Project.


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Entry Requirements

Four GCSEs at C or above including Mathematics and Science or BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (or equivalent)

Other Costs

None

Funding & Financial Support

19-23 year olds

  • If you do not already have a full qualification at Level 3 or above and you have fewer than 2 A Levels, you may not have to pay fees. Your eligibility for this funding is normally assessed at time of enrolment.
  • If you are not eligible for the above, you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan (described below)


Advanced Learner Finance

  • If you are not eligible for the above fee remission or you are age 24+, you can apply to the Government for an Advanced Learner Loan, whereby the Government will pay your fee and if your future salary is over £21,000 a year, you will start to repay it gradually. See our Advanced Learner Loan page


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Income under £40,000
  • If your household income is below £40,000 per year, you can contact our Financial Services office about applying for help with your expenses during your course (travel, books, childcare etc). See our Financial Support page.

What Past Students Say

"We would like to thank you on behalf of the electronics second year students for the effort and commitment you have shown the beginning of this year. One of the reasons you have stood out to us as a great lecturer is your determination to make everyone understand the lessons. No one in your lesson is made to feel dumb or silly, none of the students are singled out in class discussions, and everyone is invited to get involved. We would both like to express our thanks and want you to know that we think you are doing a fantastic job, and we want to thank you for all your help and effort."

Myles and Leopold


Click here to find out what other past engineering students say


Entry Requirements

Four GCSEs at C or above including Mathematics and Science or BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (or equivalent)

Other Costs

None

Funding & Financial Support

19-23 year olds

  • If you do not already have a full qualification at Level 3 or above and you have fewer than 2 A Levels, you may not have to pay fees. Your eligibility for this funding is normally assessed at time of enrolment.
  • If you are not eligible for the above, you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan (described below)


Advanced Learner Finance

  • If you are not eligible for the above fee remission or you are age 24+, you can apply to the Government for an Advanced Learner Loan, whereby the Government will pay your fee and if your future salary is over £21,000 a year, you will start to repay it gradually. See our Advanced Learner Loan page


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.

Income under £40,000
  • If your household income is below £40,000 per year, you can contact our Financial Services office about applying for help with your expenses during your course (travel, books, childcare etc). See our Financial Support page.

What Past Students Say

"We would like to thank you on behalf of the electronics second year students for the effort and commitment you have shown the beginning of this year. One of the reasons you have stood out to us as a great lecturer is your determination to make everyone understand the lessons. No one in your lesson is made to feel dumb or silly, none of the students are singled out in class discussions, and everyone is invited to get involved. We would both like to express our thanks and want you to know that we think you are doing a fantastic job, and we want to thank you for all your help and effort."

Myles and Leopold


Click here to find out what other past engineering students say