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Lakes College West Cumbria

Computing

UCAS Code: 001I

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


Relevant HNC in an appropriate subject or relevant industry experience. 80 UCAS points or relevant industry experience plus 5 GCSEs including Mathematics and English at grade C or above. IELTS 5.5. Subject to interview.

Relevant HNC in an appropriate subject or relevant industry experience. 80 UCAS points or relevant industry experience plus 5 GCSEs including Mathematics and English at grade C or above. IELTS 5.5. Subject to interview.

Relevant HNC in an appropriate subject or relevant industry experience. 80 UCAS points or relevant industry experience plus 5 GCSEs including Mathematics and English at grade C or above. IELTS 5.5. Subject to interview.

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Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

The two year, full time HND in Computing and Systems Development covers the knowledge and skills required for employment in the computing and IT industry. This advanced course is ideal for those who would aspire to work as a computer specialist, or for those already working in the industry who would like to take the next step in their career and build on their understanding of computing. Modules include: Programming, Networking, Database, Website, and Digital image creation & multimedia, all which provide the relevant, practical experience that are valued by employers. This is an excellent route for those who would like to progress onto university to complete a degree or those looking to go straight into the world of work. There will be four mandatory core units studied as part of the course, including: Business Skills for e-Commerce, Computer Systems, Employability and Professional Development, Project Design and Implementation and Evaluation. In addition students will study a series of relevant optional units.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,815
for the whole course
EU
£7,815
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£7,815
for the whole course
Scotland
£7,815
for the whole course
Wales
£7,815
for the whole course

The Uni


Course location:

Lakes College West Cumbria

Department:

IT, Mathematics and Statistics

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