In this module you will work on a practical problem relevant to tomorrow’s societal needs. Working in groups, you will classify the performance of systems and components through the use of analytical methods and practical modelling techniques in the context of your chosen project topic. You will compare and assess different design processes and methodologies and working successfully as a group member you will exercise initiative, leadership, time management and professional decision-making skills. In this module you will develop an understanding of how the internet works and its key protocols. You will look at the technologies used for web development, including scripting languages and their potential for adding dynamic content to web sites and applications.

  • Timetabled contact hours, which can be made up of lectures, seminars, tutorials and laboratory classes, vary throughout your course and between courses but are typically between 17 and 27 hours a week in your first year.
  • If you have not studied qualifications we typically accept or you do not expect to meet our requirements in your current studies you may wish to consider an International Foundation Year.
  • In year two you will engage and deepen your understanding of issues related to networking and relevant supporting technologies including security and databases.
  • For students taking the SlovakianMatura (Vysvedčenie o maturitnej skúške), typical offers range from2.00to1.00average from best 4 subjects with specific subject marks required for some courses.

An overall grade of 5 with 5 in three subjects including Mathematics and one other science or technology subject at Advanced Level. An overall average of 18 with 18, 18, 18 in three subjects including Mathematics and one other science or technology subject. Due to the variety, structure and grading of these qualifications, applications are welcomed from students with these qualifications but we consider them on on a case-by-case basis. Please provide copies of your school reports within your email for our consideration. Unfortunately we are unable to accept students onto our degrees on the basis of this qualification alone.

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Where courses require achievement in GCSE Maths, we would normally look for a score of ‘3’ or higher inCaribbean Secondary Education Certificate Maths. Students with a Diploma from one of Singapore’s five Polytechnics would be considered for first year entry with requirements ranging from2.50to3.10. Where courses require achievement in GCSE Maths, we would normally look for a score of 7 or higher in Grade 10 Maths from the ‘Foaie Matricola’ or 6.5 or higher in Maths from the Diploma de Bacalaureat. Where courses require achievement in GCSE Maths, we normally look for a score of14or higher in Maths within theDiploma de Ensino Secundário.

The content for each course is summarised on the relevant course page, along with an overview of the modules that make up the course. The course is delivered using several teaching and learning methods including Lectures, Tutorials and Practical Laboratory Session. For example, the investments made in envisioning post-Moore computer systems will — in many cases — help advance our aspirations for AI and other research areas. As another example, investments in cyberinfrastructure can be instrumental to broadening participation in computing research by broadening access to who has the resources needed to translate their innovative ideas into research impact at scale. CISE’s holistic approach to research investments helps advance both the themes individually and in synergy with each other. To find out about thedifference between the 3 and 4 year honours courses, pleasewatch our videoto help you decide which route is best for your qualifications and experience so far.

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Where courses have specific subject requirements, these will be expected to be studied within one of the above qualifications. The aim of the module is to provide students with the background knowledge and practical experience to enable them to design and construct instrumentation systems based on digital techniques and safely interface digital systems to the real world. HND applications may be considered for year 2 entry where the curriculum sufficiently matches that of Ulster University full-time year 1 course. Applicants presenting an HND may also be required to complete a Python Bridging Module if being considered for advanced entry to year 2.