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    BSc (Hons) Computing

    The BSc (Hons) Computing degree emphasises programming abilities while concentrating on the technical aspects of computing. This will assist you in gaining both the transferable employability skills necessary to land your first job and the crucial technical knowledge necessary to pursue a variety of IT vocations. You will be encouraged by this practical degree program to learn comprehensive computer programming expertise while earning a Cisco certification for the workplace. Through designing, constructing, and implementing computer systems—which will culminate in a significant final-year software development project—you will have the chance to hone these talents.

    Course Overview

    What will I study?

    The UK's IT sector generates £58 billion in revenue yearly. The UK is expected to add another three million technology jobs by 2025, according to predictions (techuk.org), thus there will continue to be a high need for graduates with excellent information technology skills.

    The course comprises a variety of software development, database, web development, and networking courses with a strong emphasis on programming (using Python and Java). Additionally, you'll study big data analytics, JSON, HTML5, and web APIs.Learn a variety of IT skills that are broadly useful, including programming, databases, networking, usability, and web technologies. Through group and project work, develop your communication, project management, teamwork, and presentation abilities.

    As a result of a collaboration between Solent University and QA Higher Education, this programme is being offered. The University has approved the program, and QA Higher Education is in charge of delivering it.

    The Foundation Year aims to equip you with the knowledge and abilities to advance and excel in your undergraduate programme while simultaneously developing key computing expertise and employment skills.

    The Foundation Year's main objectives are:

    - Help you comprehend and apply computer principles to real-world organizations - Give you knowledge and comprehension of important computing subjects so you may advance onto the Computing degree program.
    - Incorporate academic and employability abilities, giving you the assurance you need to advance on your chosen programme and start thinking about your entry into the workforce.


    Level of study

    Start date




    Hours per week



    BSc (Hons) Computing or (with foundation year)

    Foundation Year (Y0) or First Year (Y1)

    October, February, June

    3 years or 4 years (with foundation year)

    London, Birmingham, Manchester

    Weekends, Weekdays or Evenings



    Eligible for the Tuition Fee Loan and the Maintenance Loan

    Degree BSc (Hons) Computing or (with foundation year)

    Level of study: Fondation Year(Y0) or First Year(Y1)

    Start date: October, November, January, April, June

    Duration: 3 years (or 4 years with foundation year)

    Location: London, Birmingham, Manchester

    Delivery: Weekends, Weekdays or Evenings

    Hours per week: 9 - 12h

    Fees: £9250 per year

    Finances: Eligible for the Tuition Fee Loan and the Maintenance Loan


    Year 0 (Foundation Year)

    ● Problem Solving
    ● Foundation Mathematics
    ● Group Technology Project
    ● Digital Media Technologies
    ● Foundation Computing
    ● Individual Degree Related Project

    Year 1

    ● UX – User Experience
    ● Introduction to Networks and Security
    ● Problem Solving Through Programming
    ● Introduction to Databases
    ● Data Analysis Tools and Application
    ● Web Technologies

    Year 2

    ● Advanced Database Systems
    ● Object Oriented Development
    ● Analytics & Business Intelligence
    ● Research Methods Project
    ● Human-Computer Interaction
    ● Web Application Development

    Year 3

    ● Contemporary Web Applications
    ● UX Strategies
    ● Data Science
    ● Industrial Consulting Project
    ● Dissertation Project (40 credits)

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    Entry Requirements

    Academic (standard) requirements for applicants under 21 years old)

    • 32 UCAS points
    • At least one A level (or a minimum of 32 UCAS points from an equivalent Level 3 qualification, e.g. BTEC Subsidiary/National/BTEC Extended Diploma)
    English language requirements
    • All applicants can take FREE English online test
    Additionally, during the admissions process, you will be asked to attend either an academic or admissions interview.

    • During the admissions interview, we will ask you questions about your choice of programme and will learn more about you.
    • The academic interview provides an opportunity for entry to applicants who do not meet standard entry requirements or have not been in education for a while. During this type of interview, we will assess your knowledge in a specific field.
    We encourage and will consider applications from mature students who haven’t recently undertaken a formalised course of study at A-level or equivalent, but who can demonstrate relevant work experience, indicating their ability to complete the course successfully. Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

    If you have higher qualifications than these entry requirements, we also have a 3-year Business Management BA programme so you can start directly from the First Year.


    There will be nine to twelve hours of lectures, workshops, and tutorials per week.

    You will be evaluated through group projects, coursework, portfolios, and presentations in addition to reports, business plans, and seen and unseen tests. You'll need to create an e-portfolio with real-world projects and investigations for some modules. Additionally, you'll write a dissertation your senior year.

    Funding & Fees

    Funding for your studies
    All of the students will receive Student Finance which means that you don't need to pay anything.

    Tuition Fee Loans
    Your tuition fees are paid using a tuition fee loan. This is given to your University or College directly. Only once you have completed your study and are making at least £26,575 per year do loan repayments begin. Students who study full- or part-time may apply

    Maintenance Loans
    To pay for living expenses, you can also apply for a Maintenance Loan if you qualify. T his loan is deposited straight into your bank account. After you complete your degree and earn more than £26,575, your maintenance loan is due. Please visit www.gov.uk/studentfinance for additional details.

    Maintenance Grants
    Additionally, you can apply for a Maintenance Grant to assist with living expenses. At the beginning of the term, maintenance grants are deposited straight into your bank account. Although you are not required to pay them back, any money you get will lower the amount of the Maintenance Loan you might be eligible for should you decide to apply for one as well.

    General info
    Student finance for undergraduate degrees covers:
    - Tuition fee Loan - £9250 per year. This money goes directly from the Student Loan Company to the University (you don’t touch this money).
    - Maintenance loan: covers your own expenses and living costs
    - £9706 per year in you live outside the London
    - £13000 if you live in London

    The maintenance Loan goes directly to your account and you can do with this money whatever you want.

    If you have pre-settled status you need to work and keep working during the status.
    If you have a settled status you don’t need to work.

    The loan is provided by the UK government and covers 100% of the tuition fees charged by universities. The repayment rules are very favourable.

    More information can be found on the government website: