Full Time Further Education In this section Studying further education Vocational areas Choices Plus The English Language Centre GCSE numerical grading Getting ready for your college interview How to apply Access to Higher Education Engineering 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. Why study engineering at New College Durham? We have expert teaching staff and industry standard facilities. Our mechanical engineering programmes Our mechanical engineering (mechanical, fabrication & welding) qualifications are nationally recognised throughout the industry. Our electrical/electronic engineering programmes Our electrical/electronic engineering qualifications are nationally recognised throughout the industry. What jobs can you do in engineering? Engineer your way to an exciting career. 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. Meet our students Our Engineering students have gone on to do great things. Meet our Apprentices Our Apprentices have gone on to do great things. Our links with employers and industry We have strong links with employers in the region. Related information 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.