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FETAC Award (Level 5 – 5M2061)
This course has been designed to meet the needs of a variety of students wishing to study Engineering, specifically those who did not satisfy the entry requirements for direct entry to a degree course, and adult returnees to education.
Students who pass all modules including course practical work (the pass mark in each subject is 50%) will be eligible to enter the following Level 7 degree courses in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT):
DT002 - Engineering Systems Maintenance
DT003 - Automation Engineering
DT004 - Civil Engineering
DT005 - Building Services Engineering
DT006 - Mechanical Engineering
DT008 - Electronics & Communications Engineering
DT009 - Electrical & Control Systems
DT010 - Electrical Services Engineering
DT011- Aviation Technology
In addition, students will also be prepared for a Maths Exam set annually by DIT. Students can gain entry to the following Level 8 degree courses in DIT with a pass in this exam and five distinctions along with their FETAC award:
DT025 - Engineering (common entry)
DT028 - Transport Technology
DT021 - Electronic Engineering
DT081 - Computer Engineering
Mathematics, Physics, Mechanics, Materials Science, Engineering Workshop Processes, Computer Aided Draughting (2D), Work Experience, Communications.
FETAC Level 5
Leaving Certificate (minimum Mathematics Grade of D3 in Ordinary Level) and interview. Mature students welcome.
COLLEGE LINKS & CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Students who meet the entry criteria explained will gain entry to the named courses by way of a Round Zero offer from the CAO.
Year 1: €595*
* includes €200 Govt. charge
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