International Year 2 Computing // Adult Courses
The ETC International Year 2 in Computing course prepares students for progression to year 3 of an appropriate degree, RQF level 6 or equivalent.
The course aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to follow a computing degree or follow a career path in computing.
The course consists of 8 units. Each unit consists of 60 hours of teaching and 90 hours of recommended personal study time. Guided learning hours may be provided as lectures, seminars or tutorials.
Students will study content in relation to the following subject areas:
- Project Management and Development
- Advanced Programming (OOP Design)
- Advanced Prorgramming (OOP Development)
- Interactive Systems Design and Evaluation
- Introduction to Research
- Multimedia Development
- Business Intelligence
- Software and Security Management
Please note, some lessons may be delivered online.
36 teaching weeks spread over a year
480 guided learning hours
720 hours recommended personal study
Total expected learning hours: 1,200
Minimum Level Requirements
English Language Requirement: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent with no less than 5.0 in any skill.
Qualification: Foundation RQF level 4 or equivalent in a relevant qualification (HNC / International Year 1 in ICT and Computing).
Minimum age: 19 years +
Assessment may take the form of individual and team based projects and presentations / seminars, tests, personal learning journals, exams, continuous assessment, portfolios, mind maps and organising events, which are all based on the College's fair assessment policy.
Certificates and Credits
Upon successful completion of the course you will be presented with an ETC International Year 2 in Computing.
Graduates of this course will receive 120 credits (students will have 240 credits after successfully completing International Year 1 in ICT and Computing and International Year 2 in Computing).
Course Start Dates
Students can join the course in September and January. Applications for other start dates may be considered on a case-by-case basis after assessing the individual's prior learning.
General Level / Experience of Staff
Staff are qualified to at least one level above to the level they are teaching and hold a relevant teaching qualification.
Staff come from a range of backgrounds, including academic and industry specialisms. From time to time we may invite guest lecturers or subject specific specialists to take lectures / seminars.
Staff teaching English modules hold a Cambridge CELTA or Trinity CertTESOL qualification.
Fees and Other Relevant Costs
Tuition fees for new students: £16,600 (this includes a £100 non-refundable enrolment fee).
Tuition fees for existing or continuing students: £16,500 per annum.
Field Trips: costs will be charged as incurred, but will not exceed £200 per annum. Field trips are optional and do not contribute to the overall assessment.
Books: a range of books are recommended to supplement teaching and are purchased at the discretion of the student. All recommended texts are available in the College library for reference purposes.
All students are tested in English and IT after registration at ETC. Additional support classes in English, maths and IT are included in the cost, if required.
ETC’s University Counsellor Services
When you study with ETC you will be assigned to our University Counsellor.
They will help you to:
Find the university of your choice
Write your personal statement
Get letters of recommendation
Complete your university application
Find out about your extra curricular activities