Design your future with a career in Engineering. If you are an excellent problem solver with an analytical mind and a desire to improve and innovate then there are many opportunities available to you in Engineering. You will train in a wide range of modern workshop facilities to improve your skillset and have access to our STEM Centre to gain additional employability skills such as health and safety, permits to work, risk assessments, working at heights and confined spaces.

Our students will also receive free personal protective equipment for our students.

Middlesbrough College is also part of the North East Institute of Technology. Having the prestigious Institute of Technology status gives the promise to our students and employers that we will deliver high-quality technical qualifications and bespoke training to provide a route for people of all ages and existing employees to gain industry specific skills.

View the latest Labour Market Information by sector to see the average salary and projected job growth for your dream career!

Labour Market Information

Career Choices

There are opportunities to work in mechanical, electrical, electronic, process, instrumentation and control and manufacturing industries. You’ll develop skills that also allow you to work in design, research and development, production and maintenance engineering.

MC Progression Pathways

Following completion of an Engineering course, you could become a Technician/Engineer in:

Electrical/Electronic | Instrumentation | Design | Manufacturing | Mechanical | Welding

Careers in Engineering




Elring Klinger

AV Dawson Ltd

British Steel

Why study with us?

  1. Middlesbrough College is also part of the North East Institute of Technology, this means that students will benefit from top quality technical training and a clear route to technical employment.
  2. Middlesbrough College is the largest provider of City & Guilds engineering courses in the UK.
  3. Students can gain additional employability skills such as health and safety, permits to work and risk assessments in our STEM Training Centre.
  4. Many of our engineering tutors have many years industry experience in the subjects they now teach.
  5. Work experience opportunities organised through college provide a taste of what it's like to work within the engineering sector.
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The College is well-organised and the courses have developed my skills for employment. I have learnt a lot on this course and I am putting the valuable skills I have learnt from my qualification into my role at work every day. 
Success stories
Joel Pitchers and Alexander Fothergill sitting on a staircase
Our lecturers were fantastic. They had a lot of industry experience, so they helped us to understand the big issues in the sector and learn how to tackle the kinds of problems an engineer would face in the world of work.
Success stories