Mercury Electronic Warfare Ltd work closely with the University of Lincoln to offer academic programmes of study specifically for EW practitioners, from all domains, to gain academic recognition for their EW professional training.
These programmes of study are designed to compliment existing EW training strategies and produce high calibre graduate students who have the capacity to progress to become leaders within the EW environment and improve the development of professional practice in EW.
The benefits of providing academic accreditation for EW training include:
- Underpinned by the University of Lincoln who are ranked amongst the UK's Top 50 Universities.
- Universally recognised academic awards for professional EW practitioners.
- Programmes of study can be implemented seamlessly into or alongside EW career paths.
- Part time study using lectures, research, practical scenarios and distance learning work based projects.
Short Course Accreditation
Mercury Electronic Warfare Ltd can offer it's customers the benefit of short course accreditation, awarding professional educational recognition for completing University of Lincoln validated training courses.
As an example, Delegates successfully completing the EW Foundation Course could be awarded between 15–60 Credit Accumulation Transfer Scheme (CATS) points. These CATS points can be built up in order to gain other recognised awards, or be used as credit towards further study in other Higher Education institutions.