Degree Courses

  • Also known as an undergraduate or bachelors degree.
  • Globally respected, internationally understood.
  • The essential requirement for high-grade jobs.
  • Gain in-depth understanding and knowledge of your subject area as well as learn analysis, critical thinking, problem solving and communicating effectively.
  • Progress to higher level study, such as a masters degree.

Course Credits

  • Credits measure the student work requirement for the successful completion of a module or qualification.
  • One credit represents around 10 hours of learning over the duration of the course.
  • You are awarded credits upon completion of a module.
For example, if you study a 60-credit module and successfully pass it, you will be awarded 60 credits.

Masters Courses

  • Also known as the masters degree.
  • Globally respected, internationally understood.
  • Enhance your career opportunities and increase your salary potential.
  • Gain specialist academic, professional and technical skills and knowledge.
  • Progress to a research degree, for example, a PhD.

Credit Transfer

If you’ve successfully or partially completed some relevant study elsewhere, you might be able to count it towards our qualification, reducing the number of modules you need to study. You should apply for credit transfer as soon as possible, during your registration or before the beginning of a related module.