Our quest to bring you the best course guides available online in the UK has really gathered momentum this week and today we can bring you all you need to know about another emerging sector, that of industrial technology.

We all live in an age where innovation and technology just seems to speed on at a rate of knots and with this in mind, this course could grow to be a huge one over the next few decades.

Although technology is indeed incredibly advanced these days, with all sorts of devices, appliance and manufacturers, so has the need for increased levels of product assurance and standards. We have all become accustomed to trusting the technology we use implicitly, and this is thanks to firms like Tracerco who ensure innovation and security go hand in hand.

Range of Careers

A degree in Industrial Technology could well hold the key to a career for such a firm and would teach you everything you need to know about engineering and manufacturing technologies. The ideal pupil would be interested in all of the aforementioned disciplines as well as overseeing procedures and processes and coming up with ideas on how to enhance, streamline and improve. Indeed, as our consumption of modern technology increases by the month, the need for such science rises with it.

You should consider a course in Industrial Technology if you are interested in a career around;

  • Cost Estimation
  • Product Management
  • Sales Management
  • A combination of the above three areas

So, if you have recently completed a Science related A-Level at University and found yourself at home with studying inputs and outputs and the conducting of detailed and well documented experiments, then this course could well be right down your street. Although this course is a fairly modern one, it is one which could open all sorts of doors should you complete your course with good grades.

Qualifications

A set of good A-Levels including maths, physics and chemistry will most likely be preferred by any Unversity in the UK offering a B.Sc in Industrial Technology. If you wish to find out more about this course or any of the others on the UCAS register then why not visit their website or you can always speak to the careers advisors at your school or college.

This is just one of a series of course guides being published by Young Academic this summer. Why not take a look at our profiles of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Environmental Engineering, or follow @youngacademic on Twitter to ensure you never miss one of our student news articles.
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