This programme is only available for domestic students. This 17-week programme has been designed to meet needs identified by local industry. It’s an applied research programme where you will gain an introduction to research in ICT, plan and conduct your own projects and do a work placement.

Choose hands-on learning relevant to your career from a range of options: the next intake options are Front End Development or Quality Assurance and Testing Automation.

Programme outline

Compulsory courses
Research in Information Technology (Compulsory) 

Provides students with a framework for applied research in information technology through examining research methods and publications, with particular reference to research into the impact of information technology on society. Bachelor's degree or Graduate Diploma or Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology or a related subject.


 Gain industry experience relevant to a chosen area of IT and critically reflect on concepts and perspectives studied.

Elective Courses 

Discuss options with the programme manager


Entry criteria

Bachelor's degree or graduate certificate or graduate diploma in information technology, or equivalent skills and knowledge through work or professional experience.

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