Time at WIT helped Kenny prepare for challenges in this line of work

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Study the Bachelor of Engineering Manufacturing Engineering at WIT (WD032)

Study the Bachelor of Engineering Manufacturing Engineering at WIT (WD032)

BEng in Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Kenny Williamson speaks about his journey through WIT

"After graduating I started working for DePuy Ireland (a Johnson & Johnson company).

DePuy designs, manufactures and distributes orthopedic devices and supplies including hip, knee, extremity, trauma, orthobiologics and operating-room products which are manufactured in line with the highest quality standards within a regulated environment.

I work as a manufacturing Engineer in the foundry, where we produce over 5000 implants per week using an investment casting process, which makes life at DePuy a challenging place to work.

Luckily my time in WIT helped prepare me to meet challenges in this line of work.

I especially think the practical project work students undertake alongside the classwork, provides graduates from this course with a real understanding of what they will end up working within the industry."


Study the Bachelor of Engineering Manufacturing Engineering at WIT

The Bachelor of Engineering Manufacturing Engineering at WIT is a one-year, level-7 add-on course is designed to give students the basic knowledge and tools to enable them to work in a manufacturing environment with particular emphasis on automation and control of machines and processes. 

Students who enroll in this course can expect to study modules such as; Manufacturing Technology, Robotics & Materials Handling and Operations Management.

Course Code: WD032

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