The Software Engineering programme at the University of Bolton has been designed
collaboratively working with industrial partners to ensure that students study a
comprehensive program of relevant industrial topics. Many of the graduates find
successful careers in this lucrative area of employment.
Coursework throughout the course utilizes realistic scenarios intended to prepare students for their careers after university. This applies both to the technical areas studied, but also the output required from the student such as technical proposals or reports to management.
Much of the coursework undertaken by students is project based and often involves group working. The ability to work successfully and productively in teams is an essential element of modern software engineering.
Internationalisation: Software Engineering and application development is by virtue an international business and therefore isn’t bound by geographical area. The course covers such issues as culture, socialisation, localisation and international computer and communications standards.
This is a Top-Up programme designed to allow you to progress from an appropriate prior qualification to an honours degree level. An induction programme will facilitate effective transition to honours degree study.
The University of Bolton is a public university in Greater Manchester, England. It offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across various disciplines. With a student population of around 8,000 and a reputation for providing personalized attention to students, the University of Bolton prepares students for successful careers.
The University of Bolton has been recognized for its research excellence in various areas of study. It is a respected institution that provides quality higher education to students and prepares them for success in their careers.
Other entry requirements apply to this programme these are: For direct entry into Level 3 (HE6) you will need either a FdSc or HND in a software engineering or Computing/programming related courses. Students with non-traditional qualifications and/or relevant experience may be accepted onto the course after a successful interview. You may be required to attend an interview and/or provide a portfolio of work.
Learning and teaching methods apply a blended style. This may include lectures, seminars, tutorials and critiques, self-directed learning, e-learning and laboratory/workshop sessions,
as well as online sessions and support. Practical skills are acquired through technical introduction and support, workshop sessions, demonstrations and activity-based assignments. Active learning is promoted with a strong practical theme, throughout.
IT’s Britz Education is proud to be an approved student pathway provider for Western International College (WINC), a partner of the University of Bolton. The course we offer is distance delivered by WINC and awarded by the University of Bolton, ensuring that our students receive a high-quality education that is recognised globally. As a pathway provider of WINC, we are proud to be committed to providing our students with quality education and a clear path towards achieving their academic goals. We offer our students personalised support and guidance throughout their learning journey, ensuring they have the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their chosen careers.