Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic & Welding)

The engineering sector has a range of specialised areas, two of which are mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. The demand for qualified engineers is very high so career prospects are good.

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Why study engineering at New College Durham?

We have expert teaching staff and industry standard facilities.

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Our engineering programmes

Our mechanical and electrical engineering qualifications are nationally recognised throughout the industry.
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What jobs can you do in engineering?

Engineer your way to an exciting career.

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Our links with employers and industry

We have strong links with employers in the region.

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Meet our students

Our Engineering students have gone on to do great things.

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Our engineering and welding students get the best experience

Find out about the exciting activities our engineering and welding students take part in whilst studying at New College Durham.

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Skills competitions

Discover more about the skills competitions our students have entered as part of their course, and the awards they achieved.

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Meet our Apprentices

Our Apprentices have gone on to do great things.

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Take a tour around our Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic & Welding) facilities

Our students have access to fantastic industry standard facilities, such as CAD packages, 3D printers, and pneumatics.