This challenging course will encourage you to develop your mathematical skills, improve your ability to think logically and enable you to determine so…
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We live in a digital age. Mobile technology, social networking, cloud computing and internet-based systems have all radically changed the way we live over the last 15 years. This vocational course, equivalent to three A Levels, has been designed to give you a broad understanding of Computing IT to a wide range of possibilities to help you to identify which area you might want to pursue in the future.
Coursework (58%) Exam (42%)
Standard entry requirements.
£30 for textbooks.
This programme is designed to support students with the potential of achieving high grades at A Level and Vocational Diploma and helps to prepare them for Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract.
This programme offers all students at the College an opportunity to develop their skills and fitness to a high level. It is not exclusive to Sports students or elite sportspeople.
Following this course, students are well placed for Apprenticeships in IT, with past students achieving employment at organisations such as CISCO and Microsoft. Other roles in the field of IT may include Database Analyst, Digital Strategist, IT developer and Technologist.
This course is excellent preparation for students who wish to progress to university to study Computer Science, Computer Forensics, Game Design, Multimedia or Information Technology.
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I chose to come to The Henley College because I really like IT and computing and I wanted to learn more about it. I have enjoyed the programming elements the most and I hope to learn more about different software design paradigms in the second year.
After I have finished the course I hope to get into university so I can learn more about programming and other elements of Computer Science.