The integrated course of study leading to an honours degree, which generally consists of alternate periods in college and in industry totalling four years, is more than a conventional three‐year full‐time course with a period of industrial training added. The significant difference is that in the integrated course a student is educated partly in an academic and partly in an industrial environment and these environments alternate throughout the student's educational development. This arrangement, which is particularly suited to the education of professional engineers, involves collaboration between the college and industry throughout a student's education and assumes that students work at university undergraduate level both in industry and in college.
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