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    Just wondering which paths are available to take.

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    (Original post by MrDecy)
    Title says it all.

    Just wondering which paths are available to take.

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    What do you mean by paths?

    An HND is equivalent to the 2nd year of university, so are you looking for a 1 year pop-up to get to a degree?

    Eg. http://www.tees.ac.uk/undergraduate_...g_(Top-up).cfm



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    (Original post by MrDecy)
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    Just wondering which paths are available to take.

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    The first two years of a mechanical engineering degree will typically cover a lot of the heavy duty mechanics invovled in the discipline, like beam bending, fluid mechanics, dynamics, etc as well as maths. If your manufacturing engineering HND doesn't cover this it might be difficult to enter mechanical engineering unless you start at first year.
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    (Original post by MrDecy)
    Title says it all.

    Just wondering which paths are available to take.

    Thanks.
    Also, I have no idea if this could be an option (OU Engineering Top-Up) but might be worth asking them.
    http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/qualifications/q78
 
 
 
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