Information Communication And Technology FdSc
|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 total course fee is £3525 and the course is listed on the ELCAS website.
Is this Award for you?
Staffordshire University has recognised the highly skilled training which all members of the MOD within the ICT area complete as part of basic training. Additionally, other elements of training completed can also provide some accreditation and help towards gaining a Foundation Degree. Personnel from the MOD including Civil Servants and reservists may also be eligible for entry onto the awards and should contact the HM Forces Team for further information and advice.
You have the ability to complete this FdSc in less time than other degrees. Successful completion of the FdSc gives automatic entry to the BSc and further progression to a MSC in Cyber security if you wished.
The FdSc is designed to complement your work within the MOD by extending your knowledge and skills with technical modules and enhance you general abilities to contribute to your organisation. It also allows you to develop professional level competence in Computer Networks and IT Systems.
All MOD personnel will be required to provide evidence of training received and may be required to provide additional evidence to allow for entry onto the awards. In the first instance you should make contact with the HM Forces team to ascertain what the requirement will be from your branch/trade.
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
If you have any problems or questions while completing the Module Option & APEL Application document or Online Application please contact
HMForces@staffs.ac.uk or T: 01785 353572/01785 353772/01785 353836
Once you have attended one of the launch days and you wish to progress with an application you need to download
Download and complete this form then save the document. (This document will need to be attached as a transcript on the documents tab of the online application - see Application Guidance notes for further information).
You are now ready to make your online application. This is done by hitting the red Apply Direct button at the top of this page.
Once you are happy and have attached all required documentation please submit your application.
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 provided 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
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