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Foundation Degree


Career Progression Vehicle Technician, Mechanic or Electrician Average wage £23,030

Who the course is for? This course builds on the skills and knowledge achieved in the Foundation Degree Motorsport programme, and is for people with a minimum Merit profile Fd in Motorsport or equivalent who wish to achieve a full Bachelor’s degree.

Key Facts

What will I study?

Equipment: You will need a scientific calculator, textbooks, protective workshop boots and mechanics overalls for use on all motorsport vehicle practical projects.

You will study performance modelling, vehicle dynamics, advanced electronics, advanced materials, business project skills for motorsport, vehicle safety. Transferable skills are included for example team work, I.T. presentation skills and problem solving.

Full Time Duration: 1 year

How to apply: Via UCAS

How will I be assessed? Coursework and examinations modules are assessed at the end of a semester by a combination of written assignments, practical and written examinations and presentations.

What qualifications could I achieve? Bachelor’s Degree in Motorsport Technology.

Leaving destinations Motorsports graduates now work for some of the world’s leading automotive companies such as Bentley Motors, Jaguar Land Rover and Cosworth Engineering. Graduates have also progressed to a range of roles in the wider engineering industries.


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