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Continue your formal studies in Engineering – find out how

For those of you interested in continuing your formal studies in Engineering in a UK University like Birmingham, I hope that you will find that completing this course gives you a head start.

If this applies to you, I recommend that you apply to join our follow up course, Electrical Engineering: Apply your Understanding.

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