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Hull College Engineering

There are many different sorts of engineering, from electrical and mechanical through to civil and environmental. Studying engineering is the first step in your road to becoming a full Chartered Engineer. An engineering career will provide you with excellent pay, lots of variety in your work and high levels of job satisfaction. Whichever branch you choose, building a strong foundation of knowledge with an Engineering Study Programme at Hull College can start you out in your journey to success, with essential skills and knowledge as well as practical hands-on experience at the heart of our courses

Our Faculty of Business and Science offers HNC/D and Degree programmes in Engineering so progression is encouraged throughout students’ time with us. Employability is key as well as core subjects to ensure students are job ready.

Level 2 Engineering

The Level 2 Engineering Certificate is a more technical route into the industry and is best suited to those students who are aiming to progress on to the Level 3 programme upon completion. You will have a keen interest in problem solving, design and how things work. This is…

Level 2 Fabrication and Welding

Whether you’re interested in the engineering industry or want to work as a welder in the motor trade, the Level 2 Diploma is a more technical route to welding and teaches you a range of theory and practical welding skills that you’ll be using, whatever sector you choose to…

Level 2 NVQ in Performing Engineering Operations

You will be taught the basic principles of Fabrication and welding, both in the classroom and workshop. From health and safety to welding in the down hand position. This one year course will give you the skills to form a pathway into employment.

Level 3 (A Level Equivalent) Engineering

If you’re looking for a career in engineering, the Level 3 Engineering Study Programme gives you a solid foundation on which to start your journey. Covering practical and theoretical concepts that you’ll need to know, this course is a general engineering programme with focus on mechanical, electrical and electronic…

Level 3 (A Level Equivalent) Engineering

If you’re looking for a career in engineering, the Level 3 Engineering Study Programme gives you a solid foundation on which to start your journey. Covering practical and theoretical concepts that you’ll need to know, this programme is a general engineering programme with focus on mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering…

Level 3 (A Level Equivalent) Mechatronics

Engineering is a highly respected and well paid career. The Level 3 Mechatronics Study Programme gives you a taste of what you can expect from multidisciplinary modern engineering. A mixture of theoretical and practical engineering skills, you’ll study production and manufacturing, mechatronic project management and mechatronic control systems, building…

Level 3 (A Level Equivalent) Engineering with Maritime Skills

If you’re interested in studying engineering with a maritime specialism, the Level 3 Engineering with Maritime Skills Study Programme gives you a broad understanding of a range of engineering skills, focusing on maritime engineering. The Programme is taught at Hull College. During one term, you will also spend one…

Other (Short Course / Specialist Interest)

Introduction to Arc Welding

This course is designed to provide students with a basic introduction to arc welding.  It is suitable for those who wish to find out more about the fabrication and welding industry or begin to develop their skills.  The course covers relevant theory as well as the practical skills needed in the industry…

Other (Short Course / Specialist Interest)

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Computer Aided Design courses are available in 2D, 3D and solid modelling. Our courses can be taken using AutoCAD, Solid Works, Inventor and specialist packages such as REVIT. The courses are all available on an independent study basis which can be completed in both the college or at home, with the support of…

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