Graduate Diploma in Computing
Our Graduate Diploma in Computing is one of the best computer science courses available to international graduate students. The course helps international students to progress to a leading Master’s degree within the School of Science and Technology at Nottingham Trent University. The course is rigorous and challenging, and builds on the foundation of your prior studies and experience.
The Graduate Diploma in Computing course at Nottingham Trent International College is made up of the following:
The course curriculum contains a number of core modules that will teach you the academic skills you will need to start your postgraduate studies at Nottingham Trent University.
Core subject modules
Core subject modules cover the essentials of Computing – this will be the foundation of your field of study.
Computing subject modules cover advanced skills and knowledge that build on what has already been learnt in the core subject modules, as well as your previous studies and computing experience. All modules are taught with your progression to Nottingham Trent University in mind.
English language tuition is also available on the Graduate Diploma course for students who need extra help with improving their English skills.
First rate facilities
All Computing courses are taught at Nottingham Trent University’s Clifton Campus, which is a short bus ride from the main City campus.
£8 million has been spent on new computing facilities and equipment in the Computing and Informatics building.
Courses curriculum: our first priority is your progression
Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma in Computing will guarantee you progression to a Nottingham Trent University postgraduate degree.
- Skills for Study 1, 2 and 3
- Language for Study 2 and 3*
- Aspects of British Society and Culture
- Basic Programming
- Emerging Technologies and Project Management
- Object-orientated programming
- Research Project
*Three-term students will also take Language for Study 1 and additional hours for Language for Study 2 and 3.