Power Engineering

Aston University
En Birmingham (Inglaterra)

£ 9.250 - ($ 216.689)
+ IVA

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Tipología Bachelor's degree
Inicio Birmingham (Inglaterra)
Inicio clases Septiembre 2018
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Birmingham (Inglaterra)
  • Inicio clases:
    Septiembre 2018
Descripción


Upon completion, further specialist study can be acquired through progression to a BEng or BSc programme, delivered on a blended distance learning basis.

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Applicants must be in paid employment and have 2 A-Levels

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Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

inicio Ubicación
Sep-2018
Birmingham
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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inicio Sep-2018
Ubicación
Birmingham
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Management
Testing
Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
Teaching
Design
Mathematics
Electrical
Gas
Materials
University
Project
systems
Technology
Industry
Engineering
IT Management
Power Engineering
Natural Gas
GCSE Mathematics
Skills and Training
Skills and Training
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  • Course Outline & Key Facts

The specific programmes in Electrical Power Engineering that we offer are:

  • Power System Management
  • Transmission
  • Distribution
  • Construction Management
Aston’s Foundation Degrees are varied, flexible and accessible. The Electrical Power Engineering degrees are designed specifically for the electricity industry. They are delivered in collaboration with partner colleges, including Inverness College (University of Highlands and Islands).

Duration:
2 years

Attendance: Students are required to attend all block teaching sessions (approximately 13 weeks per year)

Location: Teaching is delivered either at Aston or Inverness College for the first year. Final year teaching is held at Aston. Modules are delivered in two week intensive blocks (approximately 13 weeks in total per year) with additional revision classes. The course is classed as full time as students are expected to carry out work assignments whilst off campus, based around their current job role.

Entry Requirements

  •   A relevant National Certificate or Diploma in Engineering or related subject awarded at Merit or Distinction level.
  • 2 ‘A’ levels (preferably including Mathematics or Physics), with supporting GCSEs at grade c or above, including Science, Technology or Mathematics.
  • Equivalent Scottish or overseas qualifications to those listed above.
  • If over 21, on the basis of experience or qualification deemed equivalent to those above.
  • Candidates with appropriate level 4 plus qualifications may be allowed direct year 2 entry

 

S ubject Specific Requirements

  • Applicants should be in paid employment in which they can achieve the work based learning elements of the programme

 

Fees (per annum)

£7,850 (Home/EU) £13,300  (Outside EU) for 2017/18

Year 1

Provides an introduction to the basic knowledge and skills required by the electricity industry, and may be provided by an FE college working in partnership with Aston University.

  • The Electricity Industry (EE1F01)
  • Business Environment (EE1F02)
  • Energy Transfer (EE1F03)
  • Electromechanical Systems (EE1F04)
  • Principles of Electrical Engineering (EE1F05)
  • Engineering Mathematics (EE1F06)
Year 2Develops these skills to a more advanced and specialised level and is delivered by Aston University. Students will also learn through work with their employer.

Modules will vary depending on the programme studied:


Power System Management

  • Electrical Machines (EE2FG1)
  • Regulation & Power Systems Operation (EE2FM2)
  • Charactersitics of Power Systems (EE2FM3)
  • Protection & System Management (EE2FM4)
  • Work Based Project (EE2F05)
  • Mathematical Methods in Electrical Engineering (EE2F06) 

Distribution

  • Power Systems Operation & Control (EE2F01)
  • Protection (EE2F02)
  • Overhead Lines & Cables (EE2F03)
  • Substations, Transformers & Circuit Breakers (EE2F04)
  • Work Based Project (EE2F05)
  • Mathematical Methods in Electrical Engineering (EE2F06)

 Transmission

  • Power Systems Operation & Control (EE2F01)
  • Protection (EE2F02)
  • Overhead Lines & Cables (EE2F03)
  • Substations, Transformers & Circuit Breakers (EE2F04)
  • Work Based Project (EE2F05)
  • Mathematical Methods in Electrical Engineering (EE2F06)