Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Automation and Digital Manufacturing
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This is an innovative programme that has been designed in close consultation with manufacturing industry in the western region who have identified a requirement to up-skill their employees. The aim of the programme is to graduate engineers that can design, build and manage modern manufacturing cells. The graduate profile will be in automation, robotics, and digital manufacturing with skills in system integration and data driven decision making.
The programme is flexible in nature, offering an opportunity to employees to up-skill while working.
The programme runs over 52 weeks, including two semesters of 13 weeks of tuition and an Industry project. Students attend two evenings of online classes per week as well as one day per week in our state-of-the-art facilities ( https://youtu.be/9v2iYvZTPow )
They also complete an industry project in system integration that benefits their employer.
Galway City, Dublin Road
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€6,000 - Funding available through Skillnet