GMIT offers a variety of engineering disciplines – Agricultural, Biomedical, Civil, Energy, Manufacturing, Mechanical and Software and Electronic Engineering. All of these disciplines use the scientific method (well tried and tested techniques), to design and test their technical solutions. Effective engineers work with engineers from other disciplines and other professions – planners, cost accountants, supply and logistics experts, suppliers of services and systems, architects, materials experts, test specialists, quantity surveyors, and clients – so communication skills are very important. Engineers work in companies of all sizes, including the public service, carrying out a variety of functions.
Engineering graduates go on to work in a huge variety of industries and locations worldwide, and to pursue rewarding careers that can affect and influence the lives of many people.
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Please Note: Foundation level Maths is not accepted on these programmes
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