About this course
This program was established to customised a path of study that focuses on students’ desired outcome. There are several specialist areas for IT students which include interactive media, hardware, programming, databases, communications, business or networks/operating systems. Also, students will gain confidence in a supportive environment and at the same time, enjoy the given opportunity to integrate part-time learning into their busy daily schedule. The benefit for students to be in small class sizes is that allowing experience educators to give one-on-one attention and giving students a chance to practise their newly acquired skills together with a range of excellent equipment and software applications.
- You must have an undergraduate qualification in computing or a related discipline OR a degree-equivalent qualification supported by practical, professional or scholarly experience.
- International students must hold a recognised bachelor's degree in computing or a related discipline OR an equivalent qualification supported by practical, professional or scholarly experience.
English Language Requirement
- IELTS: overall band score of 6.0 (with no band score less than 6.0).
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