Diploma in Engineering Technology

The First Year of a University Electronic-Engineering Programmes

7 modules | Internship Required | Electronics & Robotics Focused
A broad range of modules to prepare you for a fast and meaningful entry to the industry

This course teaches the combined fundamentals of electrical, electronics, and computing technologies.

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The Diploma in Engineering Technology aims to produce graduates with the knowledge and understanding needed to make a significant early contribution to the engineering industry.

Through this programme,students will develop the intellectual abilities necessary to participate in contemporary engineering projects and the practical skills expected of an engineer.

Students will learn general transferable skills and personal attitudes necessary to enable them to make a valuable contribution throughout a successful career in the electronics and mechatronics industry or industries employing current technology. This includes opportunities for students to engage in life skills learning.

Modules

  • Electrical Technology
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Analogue Electronics Technology
  • Digital Circuits
  • Data Communications & Networks
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Group Project
  • Internship
Throughout the course we work on simple projects such as these IOT devices connected to sensors.

Entry Criteria

Applicants must be aged 17 or older are only eligible to enter the Diploma with one of the following qualifications

  • successfully completed Auston’s Enhanced Foundation Programme; or
  • GCE ‘A’ Level with 2 passes; or
  • Higher National Certificate; or
  • Other Foundation Programmes (Case-by-Case Basis)

In addition to the above requirements, students must have IELTS 4.5 or Wall Street English Level 10.

Mature Candidates

Students who have at least 3 years of relevant work experience and may be admitted on a case by case basis – Minimum 23 years of age, and reference letters from past or present employers.

Internship Partners

All the top engineering programmes require some sort of apprenticeship or internship programme. The reason they do this is to minimize the gap between graduation and real-life engineering.
Here are some of the companies who engage our students with internships:

What Makes Us Different

Problem Based Learning

Our programmes take real life problems and teach them to you as you learn. When you graduate you’ll be ever ready to take on your job.

Interactive Classrooms

In our programmes students interact with students and teachers facilitated. 80% activity by you, 20% activity by us. Why? Because we learn better by ‘doing’.

Future Focused

Our courses extract the core that will be needed for the Robotic-future. Others take 2-3 modules to get to these modules but for us it is built into the first one.

Multi-Path

At the end of our course you may progress on to our affiliated campuses in Singapore, Sri Lanka, or to universities in UK, Australia and more

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The Best Way To Predict The Future Is To Create It.

Learn the Skills You Need to Create ANYTHING at Auston

Auston College Myanmar is a branch of the Singapore engineering college, Auston Institute of Management. 

Auston has been providing engineering associates and technicians with training and qualification upgrading opportunities since 1996.