2 intakes of the year
January & September
Flexible Time & Place
Unique code to access learning platform
The program is designed to advance the knowledge of information technology and the application of IT for the learners. The program will support learners in acquiring crucial skills to adapt to today’s computing professionals.
This is a 240 credits course designed for students to progress to the final year of studies in an associated Undergraduate degree in IT and Computing. Students can either choose to complete the final year at a UK university on campus or via distance learning.
Year 1 (Level 4) which is equivalent to the first year of a University Degree has 10 modules and associated multiple assessments.
Year 2 (Level 5) which is equivalent to the second year of a University Degree has 10 modules and associated multiple assessments.
Compulsory in one of the following:
Each module of learning material required of an approximately average of 40 guided learning hours of study. On completion of the module, each student will be give an MCQ questionnaire. This is to let the student to review themselves on the understanding of the syllabus of the module.
And a student needs to write 10 assignments with recommended word count per assignment is around 5,000-8,000 words. Upon the completion of the assignments and being given a pass mark then the student will be awarded with the credits.
Each student will be given a unique code to access to the learning materials online through a specific portal. Student can access to the learning portal at any time and at anywhere provided with a good internet connection.
Upon successful completion of the 240 credits, you can choose to top up your undergraduate degree through an accredited UK university in UK campus or via online /distance learning. The fees and cost of finishing the degree on campus will vary depending on which university a student choose. For university option, please click here.
Upon completion of the IT and Computing degree, a graduate could venture themselves into the programming, systems analysis, software development. IT support engineers, network engineers, systems administrators and IT teachers, network and security professionals, web and software developers.