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Integrated Technologies Engineering

Course Code: UFI0008, UXI0008

Level: 6
Subject area: Engineering, Automotive & Marine
Awarding body: University of Plymouth
Qualification: BSc (Hons)
Course type: Full-time, Part-time
Time of Day: Daytime
Duration: Two years
When you'll study: Various days and times

About the course

Full Fee

Full-time £8,450
Part-time £8,450 (£4,225 per year)

The BSc Integrated Technologies Engineering programme is a level 6, final year degree, ‘top-up’ award for those already in the workplace that have either a level 5 (HND, Diploma HE or Foundation Degree) qualification, or significant work experience that evidences suitability for undertaking the final year of this degree.

The programme will develop critical and transformative graduates with understanding of, and  intellect for the parameters of engineering industries, the application of project management, and the ethos and skills for career-long professional development, complete within the context of technical knowledge, skill development and application across mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering and digital technologies.

What you'll learn

The course includes the following subjects …

Year 1:

  • engineering leadership and management
  • engineering project management
  • professional development in engineering
  • integrating technologies for contemporary and future engineering sectors
  • individual engineering project.

Year 1:

  • engineering leadership and management
  • engineering project management
  • professional development in engineering.

Year 2

  • integrating technologies for contemporary and future engineering sectors
  • individual engineering project.
Entry requirements

All applicants must have GCSE (or equivalent) Maths and English at grade 4 (a grade C) or above.


Entry Requirements for BSc (Hons) Engineering (Top-Up)
Progression from Level 5 Study Students may apply from technological level 5 programmes. Either progression will be already defined within the Programme Specification of those level 5 programmes or they will be considered by admissions tutors on individual merit, based on prior technology-focused study to level 5 and its alignment with setting the individual student up for completion to meet the PILOs of this programme.
APEL/APCL[1] Prior Certificated Learning and Prior Experiential Learning are two broad ways a potential student may wish to present their applicability to join this level 6, final year of a degree, top-up programme.

APEL/APCL will be considered as per Plymouth University regulations, which includes the possibility to APL 240 credits against a 360 credit BSc (Hons) degree. For mapping either APCL or APEL the admissions tutor for the relevant college should refer to the learning outcomes of their level 5 programmes that have progression to this top-up agreed. Where that isn’t immediately applicable, the admissions tutor may consider level 5 programmes from other colleges that deliver this level 6 top-up programme.

Capability Requirements, and Disability Both the context of, and therefore likelihood for future employment, and active study on this programme requires engagement with various technologies across engineering environments, including workshops, laboratories, and a wide variety of engineering industries.


Each institution has dedicated learning support. Applying students who have a disability or have concerns over their capability to undertake any aspects of the programme are encouraged to declare those aspects on application so they can be discussed appropriately and solutions sought in the interest of inclusion onto the programme.

Should the entry requirements not be met then individual cases will be considered.



Assessment will be through a mixture of coursework, practical assessments and examinations.

What's next?

Upon successful completion you may be able to progress onto a level 7 masters programme at an alternative higher education institution.

Important information

Fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2021/22 (August 2021 – July 2022). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2022/23.

If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees may not be applicable for your course. (Please note: this does not apply to Foundation Degrees or Access to Higher Education courses, and other courses not eligible for public funding.)


Course Code: UXI0008

Course Fees

A Full Course Fee: £4225

B Reduced Course Fee (for those in receipt of qualifying benefits): Not applicable to this course

C Ancillary course costs (ie books and equipment): Not applicable to this course

D Advanced Learner Loan Fee: Not applicable to this course

How old are you? How much will you pay?
16 - 18 A
19 - 23 A
24+ A

Please note fees are quoted for one year only.