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This programme provides learners with optional modules in Creative Arts, Animation and Media Production. CertHE Digital Arts and Technologies exit award also available. The programme comprises eight compulsory modules, five at Level 4 and three at Level 5, including a 40 credit point Work Based Learning module, totalling 150 credits of study with the remaining 90 credits of study achieved through Learner’s chosen options.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This programme provides learners with optional modules in Creative Arts, Animation and Media Production. CertHE Digital Arts and Technologies exit award also available. The programme comprises eight compulsory modules, five at Level 4 and three at Level 5, including a 40 credit point Work Based Learning module, totalling 150 credits of study with the remaining 90 credits of study achieved through Learner’s chosen options.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course has a broad application, from school leavers and national diploma learners to employees wanting to up-skill. Learners will complete all core modules in their first year and then choose a specialism in their second year. Specialist subjects include Wind Turbine Technology, Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering. The course focuses on common core engineering disciplines and skills and then incorporates topics relevant to each specialism.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course has a broad application, from school leavers and national diploma learners to employees wanting to up-skill. Learners will complete all core modules in their first year and then choose a specialism in their second year. Specialist subjects include Wind Turbine Technology, Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering. The course focuses on common core engineering disciplines and skills and then incorporates topics relevant to each specialism.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course has a broad application, from school leavers and national diploma learners to employees wanting to up-skill. Learners will complete all core modules in their first year and then choose a specialism in their second year. Specialist subjects include Wind Turbine Technology, Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering, and Manufacturing Engineering. The course focuses on common core engineering disciplines and skills and then incorporates topics relevant to each specialism.
Campus: Technology And Skills Centre
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
The overall aim of this programme is to provide a sufficiently broad education in the Financial Services sector that will ensure the degree holders are well equipped for further career enhancement. Learners will attain a combination of technical, academic knowledge and transferable skills that employers locally are demanding. This is currently a skill area that has substantial employment potential.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course is designed around the computing requirements of local industry. Learners will gain the knowledge, understanding and design skills to formulate solutions to computing problems and the practical skills to implement those solutions. Additionally, 'soft' skills will be developed in teamwork, communications, professional practice and time management.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course is designed around the computing requirements of local industry. Learners will gain the knowledge, understanding and design skills to formulate solutions to computing problems and the practical skills to implement those solutions. Additionally, 'soft' skills will be developed in teamwork, communications, professional practice and time management.
Campus: Enniskillen
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
This course is designed around the computing requirements of local industry. Learners will gain the knowledge, understanding and design skills to formulate solutions to computing problems and the practical skills to implement those solutions. Additionally, 'soft' skills will be developed in teamwork, communications, professional practice and time management.
Campus: Omagh
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5
The Foundation Degree in Science (FdSc) in Health and Social Care is a new innovative and contemporary course from Ulster University which will be attractive to both students and employers in the Health and Social Care sector. The aim of this Foundation Degree is to address the needs of the local market by preparing graduates to gain the range of knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to meet the current and future evolving needs of Health and Social Care services in Northern Ireland.
Campus: Dungannon
Mode of Attendance: Full-Time
Starts: 18/09/2017
Level: 5

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