There are many routes into a career in engineering. The most direct route to become a Chartered Engineer qualification is to undertake a Level 9 Masters degree in engineering, leading to a specialism in one of the disciplines.
To achieve a technician or technologist title students can take a Level 6 or Level 7 degree course in engineering.
There are plenty of engineering courses available throughout Ireland at Levels 6,7,8,9 and 10. Students can begin at Level 6 and progress through the different levels or qualify with their preferred level and apply for their professional titles.
What are the typical routes into this sector?
Level 6 - 10 qualification is typical requirement.
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