So after leaving school in 2011 with 2 highers (computing & physycs) I've decided to take the plunge and finally start trying to get into higher education again. However i have a query that mayby one of you guys can clear up.
My original intention was to study a HNC/D in Mechatronics engineering (I love the idea of integrating mechanical and electronic systems). However when looking for courses at the HNC/D level I found many listed as "Engineering Systems" which seems like an extremely similar concept to mechatronics. Can anyone tell me what the difference is between these courses. As I orginally set my heart on mechatronics however Engineering Systems appears to be taught at a lot more colleges in my area (west of Scotland). However I dont want to make the mistake of applying and potentially accepting a course which isn't what i thought it was lol.
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Mechatronics or Engineering Systems watch
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- 25-01-2015 21:45