Information Communication And Technology (Top-Up) BSc (Hons)
|Course start||January, May, September|
|Stoke-on-Trent Campus||Part-time||2019/20 Academic Year||Apply Direct|
|Stoke-on-Trent Campus||Part-time||2020/21 Academic Year||Apply Direct|
The course fee is £4852.50
and the course is listed in two parts on the ELCAS website:
- Part 1 - £2602.50
- Part 2 - £2250
This programme is open to those students who have successfully completed their FdSc ICT with Staffordshire University or for those who hold an HND or foundation degree in ICT from an alternate learning provider (subject to approval from Award Leader).
The Award aims to provide:
- RPL to recognise in-service achievement and training.
- Knowledge and skills to enhance post service employability.
- Highly sought after professional certifications (E.G. Ethical Hacker or Encase).
- Minimal attendance at the university with remote support available for all modules.
- A progression route to our MSc in Cyber Security
To make an initial enquiry about this programme please contact the HM Forces Programmes Team:
University Armed Forces Partnership Manager Tel: 01785 353572 or 07917 270083
University Armed Forces Development Officer Tel: 01785 353772 or 07825 845474
Successful completion of FDSc in Information Communication and Technology
If you have not completed your FD in ITC with Staffordshire University or hold an HND in ITC please make an initial enquiry by contactingHMForces@staffs.ac.uk
Compulsory Course Briefing Day Attendance
Prior to submitting your online application you are required to participate in a compulsory Course Briefing Day (CBD). The purpose of the day is to provide an in-depth overview of how the course is structured, the commitment required to study and how to claim accreditation for previous qualifications or experience gained throughout your career. The award tutors will also guide you through the application process.
We offer two types of CBD:
Attendance – An opportunity for students to physically attend a CBD event either at the university or selected military stations.
Online – An opportunity for students to participate in an online CBD which is delivered in real time but via the internet, thus negating the requirement to travel to the university or one of the selected military stations.
The delivery schedule for both types of CBD can be obtained by contacting the HM Forces Team: HMForces@staffs.ac.uk
September, May and January of each year.
The course is taught via online distance learning utilising our Virtual Learning Environment – Blackboard.
Cadman Information Point
t: +44(0)1782 294400
Enquire about this course