South West College

Ulster University Access Diploma in Computing

South West College
In Dungannon

£450
+ VAT
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Important information

Typology A Level
Location Dungannon (Northern Ireland)
  • A Level
  • Dungannon (Northern Ireland)
Description

The Access Diploma in Computing course aims to enable successful Learners to progress to Higher Education Computing degree programmes. The course includes maths and communication modules of study which equate to GCSE English and maths. The course teaches vocationally relevant hardware and software skills to those wishing to follow careers in the Computing industry. A key aim is the training of competent Learners to A-level equivalent in order to progress to HE degree programmes.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Dungannon (County Tyrone)
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Circular Road, BT71 6BQ

Starts

On request

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· Requirements

Learners must normally be 19 years of age or over at the date of entry to the programme and have been out of formal education for two or more years. Learners must provide evidence through the submitted application form and subsequent interview of a basic competence in written and oral communication in English and numeracy skills. Learners must demonstrate in an interview motivation for and ability to cope with the academic demands of the programme and are considered on Learners merit.

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What you'll learn on the course

University
Industry
Maths
Access
Communication Training
English
IT
Computing
Skills and Training
Design
Management

Course programme

Successful Learners may progress to Ulster University Foundation Degree or Honours Degree courses within the Computing discipline if they satisfy entry criteria based on UCAS tariff equivalence.

The Access Diploma in Computing course aims to enable successful Learners to progress to Higher Education Computing degree programmes. The course includes maths and communication modules of study which equate to GCSE English and maths. The course teaches vocationally relevant hardware and software skills to those wishing to follow careers in the Computing industry. A key aim is the training of competent Learners to A-level equivalent in order to progress to HE degree programmes.


The course includes a variety of assessment methods including examinations, coursework, and presentations.
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