Engineering: Instrumentation, Measurement and Control

Graduate Apprenticeship


What's Engineering: Instrumentation, Measurement and Control like?

With this Graduate Apprenticeship you'll be part of an industry that's in high demand. You'll study how to measure and control 'process variables' such as:

  • pressure

  • temperature

  • humidity

  • flow

  • pH

  • force

  • speed

You'll develop practical skills and learn about a wide range of engineering systems and design packages. The apprenticeship will equip you with knowledge and skills to become a professional engineer.

We've worked with colleges, universities and industry employers to create this qualification. You'll gain the skills and knowledge the industry expects from a graduate - and earn yourself a degree.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for Graduate Apprenticeships vary by course and institution.

Each vacancy advert tells you what qualifications you need to start the apprenticeship. Or you can contact the university for guidance on entry requirements.

How does it work?

You’ll learn in a real-world environment and earn a wage. You’ll study at university about 1 day a week. When you complete the apprenticeship you’ll have achieved an honours degree. 

How long will it take?

This is a Graduate Apprenticeship at SCQF Level 10 (Honours degree level) and will take up to 4 years to complete.

You might complete the apprenticeship in a shorter time. That’s because you might have prior learning or experience that can be taken into consideration. This means you don’t have to repeat some parts of the qualification.

How to apply

Use the 'Find vacancies near you' search at the end of this page to look for vacancies, then you can apply online.

You'll apply on or the company’s own website – there are details on the vacancy advert.

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