Bachelor Program in Scotland UK

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A bachelor's degree is awarded at the successful completion of an undergraduate academic program. It is often the first degree a student received in his or her academic career. It typically takes four years of full-time study to earn a bachelor’s degree.

A Bachelor's degree is an academic degree earned for the study of a major or a graduate course. The length of the degree varies with discipline, the commitment of the student and how the student balances his studies with other life commitments. Most degrees have lengths between four to six years of study.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom and Britain, is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe.The two most famous (and oldest) universities are Oxford and Cambridge (often referred to as Oxbridge by many Britons) England also has several other world-class institutions, including several in London (notably Imperial College, the London School of Economics, University College London and King's College London, all are part of London University)

Scotland is at the north of Great Britain and has over 790 islands. The capital is Edinburgh, one of the largest financial centers. Their educational system has always been distinct from the rest of UK. Scotland has 15 universities, some of which are oldest in the world.

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14 Results in Bachelor, Scotland

Bachelor of Engineering in Robotic and Mechatronic Systems Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

In general suitable candidates feel at home in mathematics and science, and are excited by the discovery of new facts and exploring new ideas. He or she has the ability to think quickly, logically and analytically and have a creative approach to problem solving and embraces innovation. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. Bachelor of Engineering in Robotic and Mechatronic Systems Engineering

In general suitable candidates feel at home in mathematics and science, and are excited by the discovery of new facts and exploring new ideas. He or she has the ability to think quickly, logically and analytically and have a creative approach to problem solving and embraces innovation.Suitable candidates enjoy practical tasks and team work, has good IT and communication skills, both verbally and in writing, and has the ability to accept and thrive on responsibility and to motivate others. The candidate is motivated to develop themselves as individuals and can look beyond the immediate course content and explore opportunities which could contribute to personal development.... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Digital Systems Engineering

Campus

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Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

The aim of the programme is to develop the knowledge, understanding and competencies required to carry out duties of a senior Engineer Officer in the Merchant Navy. These competencies are equally applicable to someone involved in the design, operations and maintenance of power generation and electromechanical systems on land. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

The aim of the programme is to develop the knowledge, understanding and competencies required to carry out duties of a senior Engineer Officer in the Merchant Navy. These competencies are equally applicable to someone involved in the design, operations and maintenance of power generation and electromechanical systems on land.

College of Nautical Studies, has developed this innovative programme to meet the needs and challenges of an ever growing worldwide demand for power and to cover the new educational requirements for Cadets to facilitate progress in their chosen profession at sea and on land.

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Bachelor of Engineering in Instrumentation Systems Engineering

Campus

Instrumentation and robotics techniques are increasingly finding application and providing solutions to measurement and control problems in such diverse fields as biomedial, automotive, aerospace, energy, environment and climate monitoring. [+]

Bachelor of Engineering in Instrumentation Systems Engineering

Instrumentation and robotics techniques are increasingly finding application and providing solutions to measurement and control problems in such diverse fields as biomedial, automotive, aerospace, energy, environment and climate monitoring.Instrumentation and robotic engineers are in high demand i nindustries with automated processes, such as chemical, oil and gas or manufacturing plants, where they are responsible for designing novel engineering processes and improving system productivity, reliability and stability. Formula1 racing cars would not have evolved into such amazingly powerful and efficient vehicles without the techniques used to measure and control their performance.These two programmes (one BEng, one BSc) are part of the Product Design Engineering for Electronic Technologies (PDEET) suite, providing students with essential skills and experience of creating novel products with computer and electronic technologies at their heart. Each year, students in all PDEET programmes undertake an exciting and commercially-relevant product design and implementation exercise. This industry-relevant mixture of team-working, design, engineering technologies, product life-cycle and crucial aspects of entrepeneurship, legal, social and sustainability greatly enhances students' employability prospects.Students also benefit from guest lectures by industry experts, with practical and project work developed with external input.There is also the option of a placement period to allow students to test their newly acquired skills in a commercial setting. This placement is for one calendar year, beginning after third year and immediatey preceding the taught Honours year.The BEng in Instrumentation Systems Engineering and BSc in Instrumentation and Robotic Systems Engineering share common subjects during Years 1 and 2. In Years 3 and 4 the individual programmes contain their own specialisms. Depending on academic performance, students embarking on the BSc route may also move to one of the four BEng PDEET programmes at the end of Year 2.Graduates from the PDEET programmes are much in demand in a wide range of industrial sectors including health care, medical, instrumentation, automotive and transport, energy and interactive entertainment.... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Power Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

This has resulted in a new energy revolution, with low-carbon production through on and offshore wind, wave and tidal energy, as well as plans for carbon capture and storage at coal-fired plants. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Power Engineering

This has resulted in a new energy revolution, with low-carbon production through on and offshore wind, wave and tidal energy, as well as plans for carbon capture and storage at coal-fired plants.The switch to renewable energy will require sustainable transmission and distribution infrastructure development and an increasing number of power systems engineers to deliver it. Our students get a strong grounding in sustainable energy production so will be ideally placed to capatilise on this significant growth.The Electrical Power Engineering programme has been design in collaboration with the industry and has a strong emphasis on practical experience.It provides a broad education in electrical, mechanical and electronic engineering in Years 1 and 2, sharing common ground with other programmes in the MEng suite. Specialist modules in power electronics are then introduced in the third, fourth and final years.Students have access to well-equipped computer aided engineering labs as well as electrical and electronic laboratories with leading edge technologies. There is also the opportunity to take up to a 48-week industry placement from July-July after Year 3 and before returning to complete Year 4.Graduates from this programme are likely to be much in demand with global power companies such as Howden, GEC, Doosan, Babcock, Scottish Power and the Weir Group.... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Network and Communications Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

In general suitable candidates feel at home in mathematics and science, and are excited by the discovery of new facts and exploring new ideas. He or she has the ability to think quickly, logically and analytically and have a creative approach to problem solving and embraces innovation. [+]

Bachelor of Engineering in Network and Communications Engineering

In general suitable candidates feel at home in mathematics and science, and are excited by the discovery of new facts and exploring new ideas. He or she has the ability to think quickly, logically and analytically and have a creative approach to problem solving and embraces innovation.Suitable candidates enjoy practical tasks and team work, has good IT and communication skills, both verbally and in writing, and has the ability to accept and thrive on responsibility and to motivate others. The candidate is motivated to develop themselves as individuals and can look beyond the immediate course content and explore opportunities which could contribute to personal development.... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Networked Systems Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

The rapid growth in Local Area Network and Internet usage has led to a significant shift in the overall range of skills required in providing for the successful implementation and use of Information Systems within an organisation. There is a significant demand for well qualified and professional staff who can design, support and administer all aspects of the wide range of IT infrastructure and Information System Technologies utilised within all businesses and organisations. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. Bachelor of Engineering in Networked Systems Engineering

The rapid growth in Local Area Network and Internet usage has led to a significant shift in the overall range of skills required in providing for the successful implementation and use of Information Systems within an organisation.

There is a significant demand for well qualified and professional staff who can design, support and administer all aspects of the wide range of IT infrastructure and Information System Technologies utilised within all businesses and organisations.

This programme is concerned with supporting the business IT infrastructure which is required to run the software systems used to meet business and organisational needs. In terms of the main areas of IT infrastructure support, it centres on the (Specification, Design, Deployment, Management and Security of) Network Infrastructure and Client-Server system components required to meet business and organisational needs.... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

The MEng/BEng (Hons) Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering programme is taught within GCU's new Engineering suite, recently developed in partnership with industry to produce well-rounded engineers, able to exercise leadership, initiative, personal responsibility and decision-making in complex and unpredictable situations. [+]

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering

The MEng/BEng (Hons) Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering programme is taught within GCU's new Engineering suite, recently developed in partnership with industry to produce well-rounded engineers, able to exercise leadership, initiative, personal responsibility and decision-making in complex and unpredictable situations.Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering is a blend of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, computer engineering, control engineering and systems design engineering in order to design and manufacture useful products.Students on this programme enjoy access to leading edge equipment including CAD/CAM/CAE, as well as to electrical, control systems and instrumentation and electronic laboratories.In addition, the suite offers the exciting possibility of a 48-week industry placement.The placement is for one year and is undertake on a July-to-July basis. Students wishing to pursue this option would begin the placement af ter third year and continue to the taught Honours year in the session at the end of their placement.All of GCU's engineering programmes are accredited by UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC).Graduates from this programme have found success in a variety of local, national and international industries and consultancies, such as mechanical, aerospace, electronic, offshore, local authority, manufacturing and building services. Glasgow Caledonian University has many links with blue chip companies in the UK and Europe including Vauxhall Motors, BAE Systems, Rolls Royce and many others.... [-]

BA in Business Law

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

From 2012 the BA Business Law will be replaced by the BA Business with Business Law (NN12). This new programme offers an enhancement to our existing provision in the area providing students with the general business underpinning and subject specific skills and knowledge required in the industry. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BA in Business Law

From 2012 the BA Business Law will be replaced by the BA Business with Business Law (NN12).  This new programme offers an enhancement to our existing provision in the area providing students with the general business underpinning and subject specific skills and knowledge required in the industry. Potential students are encouraged to apply for the BA Business (NN12) and will then be able to specialise in their chosen area from the second year of their studies. Further information regarding course content will be available via this website shortly.

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BMus in with Honours

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

This four-year full-time programme is aimed at performers and composers of outstanding potential. We treat you as an emerging professional from day one of your course, preparing you for either specialist postgraduate study or for employment as performers, teachers, composers or... [+]

BMus in with Honours This four-year full-time programme is aimed at performers and composers of outstanding potential. We treat you as an emerging professional from day one of your course, preparing you for either specialist postgraduate study or for employment as performers, teachers, composers or other 'portfolio careers' in the music profession. Your journey with us is focused on your individual needs and career interests, thanks to a wide range of custom-built pathways throughout your programme. Along with your Principal Study, the core units are key practical studies (performance classes, workshops and masterclasses, orchestral and ensemble work), practical and contextual studies (teaching techniques and community placements) and applied Academic Studies. Career and Enterprise Skills is an integral feature of the programme. Strongly practical, its flexible structure and content enables you choose pathways to help you develop the full range of your abilities, and pursue your musical interests and aspirations to the highest level. Specialisations Brass Creative & Contextual Studies Composition Guitar and Harp Jazz Keyboard Strings Timpani and Percussion Vocal Studies Woodwind Entry Requirements Scottish Highers – 3 passes (grade C or above) A Levels – 2 passes International Baccalaureate – minimum score of 24 with 3 subjects at Higher Level Subject recommended Music at Higher, Advanced Higher or A Level or equivalent English at Higher, Advanced Higher or A Level or equivalent Other Standards A strong indication of potential is sought at the entrance audition for this programme. Successful applicants will normally be of a standard at least equivalent to Grade 8 with Distinction of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in their Principal Study. We offer a flexible approach to students taking Highers over more than one academic year and/or who achieve their qualifications in more than one sitting. Entrance to the Conservatoire is based on talent, potential and ability, therefore consideration will be given to relevant experience which is deemed to compensate for any traditional education. We accept a wide range of qualification, including international qualifications. English Language The language of study is English. Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. We accept the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). IELTS – 6.0 with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component [-]

LLB - Bachelor of Laws

Campus

The main aim of the programme is to provide a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principal features of the legal system and law of Scotland together with the chance to combine law training with studies in a related discipline. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. LLB - Bachelor of Laws

The main aim of the programme is to provide a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principal features of the legal system and law of Scotland together with the chance to combine law training with studies in a related discipline.The degree also develops students’ IT and numeracy skills, plus the necessary intellectual, personal and key skills to enable them to develop as independent, articulate and reflective individuals.The degree has been designed to fulfil the requirements of the Law Society of Scotland. This entails not only the study of law but also of modules necessary to develop IT and numeracy skills.

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Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

This degree is one of the longest established and most highly rated of its kind in Scotland - in The Times newspaper's Good University Guide for 2005, Glasgow Caledonian University was ranked the top university in Scotland for the teaching of media and communication. [+]

Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

This degree is one of the longest established and most highly rated of its kind in Scotland - in The Times newspaper's Good University Guide for 2005, Glasgow Caledonian University was ranked the top university in Scotland for the teaching of media and communication.The programme fully integrates hands-on practical work with academic work.  It has a tripartite structure: each semester you will take one practical media module, one academic media module and one other complementary module (for example, cultural studies, sociology, marketing, languages) or a further media subject.  In the first two years there are compulsory practical modules in Radio Production, Video Production, Web Design; from the second year onwards you can choose to take a selection of up to six further practical subjects, including Public Relations, Events Management, News & Journalism and Languages.The academic heart of the programme is equally demanding. The programme takes a broad-based approach to the study of broadcasting, the press, cinema, and the internet. It examines the role of media in society and how media industries are organised. Topics such as how different groups are presented and the behavioural impact of the media are also considered.Opportunities exist for students to spend a year, or part of a year, abroad studying at either a European or North American University (Canada or USA).... [-]

Nursing

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

This is anestablished Honours Degree Nursing Programme which has a proven track record ofpreparing graduates for employment in a variety of health care settings. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. Nursing

This is anestablished Honours Degree Nursing Programme which has a proven track record ofpreparing graduates for employment in a variety of health care settings. 

The overall aim of the BA (Honours) NursingStudies programme is to equip student nurses with the necessary critical thinkingand practical skills in addition to essential competencies to delivercompetent, person-centered, safe and effective high quality health care. Withinthis aim, students will be involved in interprofessional learning inmultidisciplinary settings where they will learn with, by and from eachother. 

Successful completion of theprogramme will facilitate their ability to meet the current and emerging healthneeds of individuals, families and communities within a local and globalcontext. The primary focus of the programme is educating students towardsregistration as a Registered Nurse (Adult). In order to meet the requirementsof the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for Nurse Registration, theprogramme operates an extended academic year of 45 weeks. ... [-]