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New CAO Engineering programmes

Posted on October 25, 2017

GMIT School of Engineering has just added programmes to its suite of Engineering degrees: 

Common Entry Engineering (Hons) - a one-year common entry course which gives students an entry route into four different Honours Engineering degrees - Agricultural, Biomedical, Energy, and/or Mechanical Engineering. Click here

Common Entry Engineering - a one-year common entry course which gives students an entry route into five different Engineering degrees - Agricultural, Biomedical, Energy, Manufacturing Design and/or Mechanical Engineering. Click here  

Manufacturing Engineering Design - a three year, practical degree which prepares graduates to work as manufacturing design engineers in local, national and international manufacturing and service industries. Click here


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