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Are you fascinated by how things work?

If so, become an engineer. With us.

Engineering is a huge industry and 2.74 million job openings are forecast by 2020. Our programmes give you an excellent all-round introduction to engineering.

You learn all about mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering before you choose an area you want to specialise.

Computer design, construction, transport, motor vehicle, energy, aviation, sport – engineers work in many fields. Areas include:

  • mechanical engineering
  • civil engineering
  • computer-aided engineering (CAD/CAM – computer-aided design/manufacturing)
  • management and research
  • armed forces

There are many top-end engineering companies and apprenticeship opportunities in the local area. You’re in a great position to progress your career.

See which of our programmes suits your skills and engineering ambitions.


Engineering BTEC Level 2 Certificate Full-time Vocational Banbury
Engineering Motorsport Level 3 Extended Diploma Full-time Vocational Banbury
Mechanical Engineering Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma Full-time Vocational Bicester

case study

Returning to study has not only given Ian Davidson a new qualification, but a new-found confidence which is setting him on a path to success.

Having left school at 16 with just a handful of GCSEs, Ian started out on a mechanical apprenticeship before spending around 13 years working as a mechanic for car dealerships.  Read more about Ian's story.

“My dad and I have always watched formula one on television and I have followed motorsport since I was a child, so it was always an interest of mine.

“My sister was already studying at the Banbury campus, so I came along to an open event at Bicester and liked what I saw. I took the extended diploma before moving onto the apprenticeship. The course was very hands on and it helps when the tutors are so enthusiastic about their subject.'

Read more about Jamie's course.

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