Start your journey to employment by studying Engineering or Motor Vehicle studies.
Engineers design, manufacture and build for a better world. Our society depends on the precise and efficient work of engineers to provide creative ideas and technological solutions to issues that affect our daily lives.
Working in this sector combines specialist knowledge and practical skills. Your technological know-how can command high salaries and excellent career progression opportunities.
Or if you have the need for speed, why not kick-start your career with one of our Motor Vehicle study programmes? We offer courses in motor maintenance & repair, and vehicle fitting. You'll work at our Bowling Back Lane campus and learn hands-on skills and techniques in a garage setting.
Students have previously benefitted from trips to leading car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover.
814,000 people are employed across the UK Automotive industry.
See our garages in the 360 degree photo below.
Engineering career opportunities include working for construction, consumer goods, maintenance, manufacture, oil and energy and IT & telecommunications companies.
Motor Vehicle career opportunities include working in garages, haulage companies, mechanics, motorsports, roadside assistance and vehicle design & development.
|Earning potential per year|
|Motor mechanic||£18,000 - £35,000+|
|Electrician||£18,000 - £42,000+|
|Mechanical engineer||£22,000 - £55,000+|
Most senior roles will require a degree-level qualification. Our courses are designed to ensure you are qualified to progress onto degree level courses or move onto related subjects.
As an Engineering student, you may choose to study your subject at a higher level or specialise in degree courses such as Aerospace, Agricultural Machinery and Manufacture.
Automotive students may choose to specialise in Motorsport Technology or Autonomous Vehicle Technology.
What should I study?
To help you decide which course is right for you, our progression route guide explains the various levels and qualifications required for your course and how you might wish to progress with your studies.
To find a specific course you're interested in, view the links below.
Alternatively, if you already know what you want to study you can apply online.