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Bachelor of Engineering (Add-On Degree) in Manufacturing Engineering

This Programme is designed to upskill manufacturing technicians, holding a Level 6 qualification, to a Level 7 B.Eng in Manufacturing, while working full-time.

On completion of the 60 credits, taking into consideration their level 6 qualification and relevant experience, students will have achieved the same learning outcomes as the Apprenticeship B.Eng in Manufacturing Programme.

A Manufacturing Engineer facilitates efficient operations within the production area, to optimise existing processes, implement new processes and to ensure that production goals are met.

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Certificate in Industrial Automation PART TIME

Industrial Automation refers to the use of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) in a range of industrial and manufacturing applications.

Students will meet all the industry leading PLCs and will learn to install, maintain and programme the PLCs in real-life applications.

This is a very practical course designed to give the student the skills they need to get a job in this broad and buoyant area.

It is delivered one evening a week (4-8pm) over two years of study with a project being undertaken in the third year. 

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Why become an engineer?

Engineers make a difference to people’s lives.

Engineering is about using science and mathematics to solve problems – whether it’s designing a building, building a structure, preventing pollution, or creating advanced technologies.

What are the career prospects?

With the recent upturn in the engineering industry, graduates can expect good starting salaries, and opportunities to progress their careers quickly.

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Delegates attending the GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference in GMIT (Photo by Staunton Media)

The 7th Annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference was held at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday 7th March, hosted by the Department of Building and Civil Engineering.

24/03/2018 - 11:00

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L to R: Noel Campbell, Curator, National Museum of Ireland, presenting GMIT graduate Angela Boyce from Castlebar with a Heritage Studies Academic Achievement Award.  [Photo by Karl Keaney. No fee]

The National Museum of Ireland marked a number of successful collaborations with GMIT Mayo this year with the formal presentation of an academic achievement award to a graduate of the BA (Hons) in Heritage Studies.