Registration Deadline: 31st May
The Diploma in Computing and IT is aimed at providing the opportunity for students to gain professional competence and other workers to enhance their professional competence, which will in turn, benefit themselves and more importantly, their organisations. Moreover, given the dynamic and rapid change in the information technology world lately has stirred the urgent need to equip students, staff, parents and different workforce with the necessary skills and knowledge of how to navigate and manipulate the different software’s and hardware’s given the change from face-to face to virtual interaction due to the COVID-19 pandemic since last year.
This has led UniSey to re-look at the programme and ensure it meets the different requirements. In the Seychelles context, an IT personal needs to be multi-skilled to be able to survive in the workplace. Multi-skilled meaning a person should have sound knowledge of programming, networking, and web design. Our alumni who specialized in programming and web design have expressed their wish to follow networking courses as it is required at their workplace and networking students wish to follow web design or programming. The new course structure which gives students opportunities to learn all three areas reflects the request of alumni and stakeholders.
Aim of the programme
The aim of this diploma is to equip the students with the knowledge and skills they will need to underpin
a career in this sector. It has been developed:
- To prepare students to keep ahead in a continuous changing subject area by
helping them to develop as an independent learner.
- To ensure that students develop relevant skills in communication, numeracy and collaborative working that will enhance their prospects of securing a position in the field of Computing and IT.
- To educate and train students to apply the computing and IT knowledge and skills required in their private, social and professional life as skilled IT workers.
- To gain practical experience in the use of Computing, Information and Technology.
- To develop an understanding of the types of software and ICT systems that is now being constructed and used.
- To grasp key concepts of computing and modern computer systems.
- To ensure that students will have the skills in the main tasks that are carried out as software is built and maintained, such as analysis, design, programming and evaluation.
Full Time – 3 years
Part Time – 6 years
The programme is offered in English.
The programme is offered full-time and part time.
Candidates wishing to join the Diploma in Computing and IT
- A grade C or above in IGCSE/O-Levels Mathematics and English and any other IGCSE at grade C or
- Applicants in employment should have a minimum of two years of work experience in a Computing field including; Networking; Software and Hardware management; Application development; Database. Work entry route into the programme will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
SCR 75,000 per year *
*Fees are subject to change.
The University offers flexible payment plans and special tuition fees for self funding students. Kindly contact us for more information regarding these fees.
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