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BSc (Hons) Engineering Management – Work Based Distance Learning - Online

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Stuart Parker

Stuart Parker

Quality Manager, Wyman-Gordon Ltd

  • What does it train you for?
    "I had always wanted to do an Engineering Management degree. I thought it would be a day release and I wasn’t sure how my company would take that. I found the Work Based Programme and did some research into it. I went back to the HR Director and they said it fits in perfectly as I didn't have to be away from the office for a day. It ticked every box."
  • How many years have you been studying the program?
    Since February 2013
  • Student profile
    Full time job, studying the work based learning programme
  • Objectives
    "The degree gives me personal confidence. Lots of people in my company have degrees, masters or doctorates. I have never let not having a degree hold me back. I’ve always tried to prove myself and progress forward, but you do feel people who have degrees don’t value you as much. For me I want it to prove to people I can do a degree programme. I think I’m doing it the harder way. When you study on your
  • Advantages
    - It’s not as daunting as you think. The first module prepares you for what you need to do
    - As you apply your role to your studies, you already know your subject matter inside out
    - Plan your studies so you know what you need to commit to
    - Each unit topic is open so it fits in with your workplace. Tailor each module to what you want it to be. It’s a big plus.
  • Evaluation method
    Throughout the programme assessment methods are designed to enable you to develop your potential and permit a close working relationship between the learning experience and individual assessment. Assessment strategies will reflect the focus of the course on independent self-managed learning.
  • Certificate/degree
    BSc (Hons) Engineering Management
  • Financing
    The programme offers payment plans to spread the cost of the degree
  • Students per class
    Work based learning doesn't measure students per class.
  • Teachers
  • Other comments
    "I had always wanted to do an Engineering Management degree. I thought it would be a day release and I wasn’t sure how my company would take that. I found the Work Based Programme and did some research into it. I went back to the HR Director and they said it fits in perfectly as I didn't have to be away from the office for a day. It ticked every box."

""It’s not as daunting as you think. The first module prepares you for what you need to do. As you apply your role to your studies, you already know your subject matter inside out"

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  • Course description
    Course Description
    The BSc (Hons) Engineering Management offered by the University of Lincoln is a work-based distance learning degree and aims to break down the barriers between learning at work and learning at University.

    The programme allows you to develop your existing expertise and achieve a degree by completing a range of work-based management activities. It will help you to achieve your career goals and obtain a degree with a global focus.

    In collaboration with Siemens, the University of Lincoln founded the first new School of Engineering in the UK for 20 years. The University is a centre of excellence in industrial power and energy.

    Header 2: About the programme:

    The BSc (Hons) Engineering Management enables students to extend their skills, knowledge and vision and to provide them with opportunities for personal and career development.

    The programme is open to all suitably qualified candidates and provides an opportunity to transfer your academic qualifications and work experience to achieve a degree in Engineering Management.

    Taught via distance learning, this flexible, work-based programme can be completed within 13-24 months, depending on your individual circumstances and experience.

    Benefits to students and employees:

        Four intakes – November, February, May and August
        Fast and flexible
        Expert advice
        Builds on prior knowledge
        Individually tailored

    Entry Requirements
    Admission to the WBDL undergraduate programme is dependent on several criteria; however, your ability to complete the programme satisfactorily and benefit from it will be the main factor taken into consideration. The programme requires a high level of personal commitment and students will need to be well motivated.
    Entry with Advanced Standing, APL:
    Students will be accepted onto the course with advanced standing through credit awarded for prior certificated learning (APL). Credit for certificated learning will be awarded according to agreed tariffs for qualifications such as HND, Diploma of Higher Education, NEBS etc.

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