BSc Computing and Technology
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 25 Sep 2019
The BSc Computing Technologies course is specifically designed to introduce you to a wide range of computing technologies. The course is perfect for those who are looking for a successful career in computing related positions and who have a passion for technology. The course will provide an understanding of the underlying principles of modern computing technology. Surrounded by academic professionals, future students will be encouraged to improve their skills and unlock their potential to be prepared for careers in areas such as data analytics, cyber security and the Internet of everything. Students will complete the degree with experience and skills for development, maintenance, evaluation and management of computing systems in any related organisation.
|September2019||London Campus||01/10/2019||Two Days per week||Monday 9:30-15:30
|September 2019||London Campus||01/09/2019||2 evenings plus Saturday||Monday 18:0-21:0
|September 2019||Birmingham Campus||01/10/2019||2 evenings plus Saturday||Monday 18:0-21:0
|September 2019||Birmingham Campus||01/10/2019||Two Days per week||Monday 9:30-15:30
|September 2019||Manchester Campus||01/10/2019||Two Days per week||Monday 9:30-15:30
|September 2019||Manchester Campus||01/10/2019||2 evenings plus Saturday||Monday 18:0-21:0
GCSE Maths and English at grades A-C, or equivalent are required for entry. Functional Skills Level 2, is accepted as equivalent. This can be exempted by successfully passing the QAHE English test (minimum 60%) and the QAHE Maths test (score 8 out of 15). For each level, we offer non-standard entry routes for students. Please contact our team to discuss your existing qualifications and we will be able to recommend the most suitable entry point for you.
Entry Required Documents
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If you are a EU student and you don’t have an International Baccalaureate Diploma, you can still apply with a Level 3 Diploma and relevant work experience(Level 3 qualification – 60 UCAS points)
A personal statement is an essay that the student must write to apply to study at the university. Its purpose is to summarise your skills and experience and help you gain a place at your desired course. It must include the name of the university and the name of the course. You have to mention why are you applying to this particular university and
what do you hope to achieve after the course, career wise. A well written personal statement will help you stand out in the crowd and secure you a place at your dream university. You can follow a specific guide to answer to some expected questions, however, you must not mention them in the essay. Have a clear, cursive structure and write a minimum of 250 words.
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- English Writing Test
- Academic Interview
- Big Data Analytics
- Cloud Computing
- Mobile App Design and Development
- Network Design and Troubleshooting
- User Experience Design
- Web Application Security
- Cyber Security
- Data Science
- Designing and Developing Products for the Internet of Everything (IoE)
- Dissertation (Major Computing Project)
- Project Management and Professional Issues
- Data Communication and Network Routing
- Data Modelling and SQL Language
- Maths and Algorithms
- Object Oriented Programming
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Web Development
After finishing this course, you will have the necessary flexible skills to succeed in the inspiring environment of computing technologies. You will have a real-life business approach that will make you ready for such a competitive industry. You will learn how computers work and how they can be used to improve the quality of our life while also developing software applications and understanding the principles behind technology. You will be a career ready individual with the confidence to master any technical and creative aspects relevant to your degree.
As a game designer, you’ll be the centre of creativity at the heart of producing a new game. You’ll bring ideas, build prototypes, create interactive narration and develop the game’s mechanics
Applications developers translate software requirements into workable programming code and maintain and develop programs for use in business.
Cyber security analysts
Cyber security analysts help to protect an organisation by employing a range of technologies and processes to prevent, detect and manage cyber threats.
Web designers plan, create and code web pages, using both technical and non-technical skills to produce websites that fit their customer’s requirements.
Your role as an IT consultant will be to work in partnership with clients, advising them how to use information technology in order to meet their business objectives or overcome problems.