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Computing BSc (Hons)

Reino Unido

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For a full-time 3 year Honours Degree, students will study 18 modules, 6 in each of 3 years for a full-time student. Part-time students will study no more than 4 modules per year. If the student has had previous study at an appropriate level, they may be entitled to APL (Accreditation for Prior Learning). Each module has a level rating, ranging from 4-6, roughly corresponding to Years 1-3 of your Degree. Each module is a self-contained block of learning with defined aims, learning outcomes and assessment. A standard module is worth 20 credits. It equates to the learning activity expected from one sixth of a full-time undergraduate year. Modules may be delivered 10, 20 or 40 credit modules.To obtain an Honours Degree, the student must pass 18 modules at Level 4 or above, with at least 12 at Level 5 or 6, including at least 5 at Level 6. The double module project will provide 2 of the Level 6 modules. It is a good idea to take a year out in industry – a placement – between the second and final year. This is optional, but will give the student valuable work experience that will make them stand out when you are looking for a career. During the second year, we will provide help and advice on seeking a placement from the Program Leader, but we cannot guarantee a suitable placement. As the student will be treated as a normal paid employee, they will have to apply for and undergo the normal company admissions process to obtain a placement. Placements can be anywhere in the UK or even abroad.The Programme Specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate the full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. Teaching The course offers a mixture of lectures, tutorials and practical classes to help students learn. These are supported by material on a virtual learning environment (VLE). Students will need to supplement the classes with reading and practical work in their own time. Each of the methods can be very effective if made proper use of.In lectures, the lecturer presents and explains concepts. In practicals, students you will usually use worksheets to guide through computer-based work. Tutorials are often based on worksheets and small or whole group discussion.Most first year modules in Computing involve three hours of class contact, a one-hour lecture and two hours of tutorial or practical. Students normally have 16 hours per week of class contact in Year 1 and should work for at least that long outside of class, giving a working week of 36 hours on average.Most second and third year modules have a lecture and either one or two hours of tutorials or practicals. Students should work for around twice that long outside of class as part of your working week of 36 hours.Students will also have 1 hour a week tutorial time with the Program Leader to discuss any issues or gain additional support if required.Independent LearningWhen not attending timetabled sessions you will be expected to continue learning independently through self-study. Typically this will involve reading journal articles and books, working on individual and group projects, undertaking research in the hub/library, preparing coursework assignments and presentations, and preparing for examinations.Your independent learning is supported by a range of excellent facilities, including the library, the VLE and the computer rooms. Students will have assignments and directed work from practicals or tutorials as well as reading and adding to notes from the lectures. However, students are expected to find and read other relevant information. Computing is a very practical subject and there is always more practical work that you can do to d

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Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (3 )

Costos de estudio
£6.966,00 (US$ 8.494) por año
The given fee is referred to students from England and it’s guide for international students.

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Fecha de inicio

Septiembre 2023


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LA14 2PJ, England

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