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BSc (Hons) Computing - An Accelerated Alternative to BSc CSIT

The British College and Leeds Beckett University have worked together since 2013 with the approval of the following awards in School of Computing, Creative Technology and Engineering.

BSc (Hons) Computing which is equivalent to BSc CSIT in Nepal is a four years degree programme which includes one year of TBC foundation course and three years of University course. This course provides students with the opportunity to develop fundamental core underpinnings which are then supplemented with more in-depth knowledge and understanding of specialist areas within Computing. The use of a common set of core modules complemented by a number of optional modules as the course progresses supports this approach.

The course aims to ensure employability skills are developed; hence the course encapsulates a number of career themes that enable students to develop a coherent set of skills that are appropriate to the various roles required by industry. The main career themes supported are Databases, Software Development, Internet Development and Data Communications.

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Why Computing Course at The British College?

  • BSc (Hons) Computing Degree is awarded by Leeds Beckett University, UK.
  • Unlike some other IT courses i.e. Bsc. CSIT, BIT, Bsc (Hons) Computing course is designed with a holistic approach to learning, more than achieving isolated credits – There is a coherency of course at different levels with balanced assessment.
  • We practice problem based and activity based teaching and learning with real life projects and reflective, discursive problem solving approach which encourages participation not alienation.
  • The course is delivered under a Franchise Framework which means all the teaching materials are provided by the university and the same course is running at university which facilitate comparative benchmarking of performance and achievement.
  • The course strongly encourages and supports students to undertake an industry related project which prepares them for dealing with the reality of the future workplace.
  • The course has been designed to provide for students wanting to embark on a computing career.
  • On completion of this course students can proceed to post graduate degree programme.

What is the course about?

The BSc (Hons) Computing which is equivalent to CSIT or BIT in Nepal programme is run in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, UK. Students studying this course will gain highly sought-after skills in computer programming, database development, networking, website development, systems modeling and computer security. These are vital skills for gaining entry into organisations which demand confident and technically equipped computing graduates.

Students will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects, focusing on a specialised area of their choice, including: web technology, network and communications, database or software development.


Course Features:

The course has been designed to develop the following graduate attributes:

  • Enterprise – the students need to ‘own’ their role on the project and be creative in their team communication methods, organisation and problem solving.
  • Global outlook – students are required to reflect and evaluate the project, with respect to the positioning of the project within the market.
  • Digital awareness – students are required to evaluate and justify the technological decisions for the project.

The Course Learning Outcomes are:

  • Digitally literate with a critical understanding of key aspects of computing, including acquisition of coherent and detailed knowledge, at least some of which is at, or informed by, the forefront of the discipline.
  • An ability to deploy accurately globally established techniques of analysis, design and systems development.
  • A wide breadth of understanding that enables students to be enterprising in devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems using innovative ideas and implementation techniques in an inclusive way in a multicultural and globalising world.
  • The skills to undertake computing projects to a professional standard by the consistent application and review of development, management and evaluation methods and techniques
  • An ability to independently undertake research and critically evaluate arguments, assumptions, abstract concepts and data (that may be incomplete), to make judgment, and to frame appropriate questions to achieve a solution or identify a range of solutions to a problem.

FAQs

General

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University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol and Leeds Beckett University.
  • Bachelor in Business administration (BBA)
  • BSc (Hons) in Computing
  • Master in International Management (MIM)
  • MBA (Graduate)
  • ACCA/CIMA
  • To comply with the regulations set by the Ministry of Education.
  • To ensure students have a much better chance of success than their UK counterparts, by providing them with extra time for their dissertation and also providing a pre-masters foundation designed to improve our student’s academic skills.
BSc CSIT Stands for Bachelors of Science in Computer Science and Information Technology. Bsc CSIT in Nepal is a four years program of Tribhuvan University. The main aim of B.Sc. CSIT program is
  • To offer intensive knowledge in the theory, design, programming and application of computers.
  • To provide necessary knowledge in the field of functional knowledge of hardware system and necessary knowledge of computer software system.
Bsc CSIT in Nepal develops the underlying principles of both Computer Science and Information Technology and shows how these principles can be applied to real world problems. Students of Bsc CSIT in Nepal are required to do internship at the final year. The course builds up the skills that are essential for both computer professionals and researchers including IT managers, Systems Analysts, Network Administrator, Computer Programmers, Database Administrator, Web Developers, etc. The British College offers BSc(Hons) Computing programme under Leeds Beckett University, UK which is similar to BSc CSIT. The course aims to ensure employability skills are developed; hence the course encapsulates a number of career themes that enable students to develop a coherent set of skills that are appropriate to the various roles required by industry. The main career themes supported are Databases, Software Development, Internet Development and Data Communications.

Admissions

  • Students apply in person or online
  • Students receive a conditional offer and should deposit a minimum amount to safeguard their place on the course applied.
  • Students provide the evidence required in the conditional offer letter (normally original certificates) For example: Students need to provide their English Proficiency Test Certificate.
  • Provide their English Proficiency Test Certificate.
  • Student receives an unconditional offer and makes their final payment
For Undergraduate and Post graduate Programmes
  • January/February for winter intake (All Bachelors and MIM)
  • August/September for autumn intake (All Bachelors and EMBA)

For A Level

  • March/April

For ACCA

  • June/July
  • January/February
Our students are required to sit an entrance test, and if they are lacking an appropriate English qualification, they must sit our mock IELTS test as well.
  • Academic certificates and transcripts
  • Certified evidence of English level
  • A CV showing managerial experience if studying MBA (Executive)
  • Any supporting documents you may have
  • Citizenship copy and 4 passport size photos
We compare your qualifications against our requirements: consequently, before you apply, you should be in a position to know if you will be accepted or not. In unusual circumstances, applications will be sent to our partner university who will assess the application and decide the eligibility. Their decision is final.
  • 4 year BBA: 50% in +2 and 55% marks in English subject Grade 11 or 12 (or equivalent)
    3 year BBA: 300 UCAS points or 75% in +2 and 6.5 IELTS/60% marks in English subject Grade 11 or 12 (Maths and English from GCSE level or equivalent)
  • 4 year BBM: 50% in +2 and 5.5 IELTS 55% marks in English subject Grade 11 or 12 (or equivalent)
    3 year BBM: 300 UCAS points or 75% in +2 and 6.0 IELTS (Minimum of 2A levels, plus Maths and English from GCSE level or equivalent)
  • 4 year BSc Computing: 50% in +2 and 5.5 IELTS 55% marks in English subject Grade 11 or 12 (or equivalent)
    3 year BSc Computing: 280 UCAS points or 70% in +2 and 6.0 IELTS (Minimum of 2A levels, plus Maths and English from GCSE level or equivalent)
We recommend our students to have IELTS. However, we do accept other English Proficiency Test such as Pearson and TOEFL.
  • Yes, as long as your course maps against the overseas institution’s course where you are planning to transfer to
  • As you are studying exactly the same course as your counterparts in UWE, Leeds Beckett University, you can transfer easily to either of these institutions.

Fee

No, we do not have any hidden fees. The only time you may be expected to pay anymore than the given amount is with:
1. International and out-of-valley trips
2. If you want your own copy of a course book
You will receive your payment plan at the time of enrolment. To pay your course fees, you will meet with our accountant who will inform you of how you can pay and help provide the payment plan that suits you.
We are working on several scholarship schemes and have recently introduced the ‘Lord Sandwich Scholarship scheme’, where one deserving student will be fully funded each year.

For Academic Scholarship :
Course 70% in +2 80% in +2
Foundation 15% off first semester 25% off 1st first semester
Current Students :

For current students, the three toppers for each intake, of each year will be awarded the following scholarship:

1st: 50% off their tuition fee for the next semester
2nd: 25% off their tuition fee for the next semester
3rd: 15% off their tuition fee for the next semester

We are currently investigating various banks to partner with

Academic Services

Yes, you can do part of your course at UWE, Leeds Beckett University and TBC Student Services team will assist you with the transfer.
Yes, you can do part of your course at UWE and Leeds Beckett University. TBC Student Services team will assist you with the transfer.

A student exchange program is where a student from one college/university will spend a semester or a year at another university but will then return to their original university. Students can participate in this throughout any of their degree course (i.e. not during their foundation year or pre-master’s program)
  • Access to our reference section online
  • Books/periodicals/journals from the UK, India and Nepal
  • Photocopying and printing
  • A librarian to assist you in sourcing information
  • A quiet and comfortable environment to work in
Work placements will be available to interested students and as such, we have signed multiple Memorandums of Understanding with key companies within Nepal.
  • We have a brand new basketball court
  • Gymnasium with running and cycling machines
  • Student common room with billiards, table tennis and fűsball
  • We have an active football team and an active Basketball team.
Currently we only provide this service to A Level Students.
With the exception of special seminars, classes will be no larger than 48 students.
Yes, the Master programme is taught during weekday mornings to allow our students to work.
This will vary depending on your course and on your year but you can expect to be in Monday to Friday, either in the morning or afternoon. This will be fully detailed in your course handbook.
Again, this will vary on the Masters that you are studying but currently, our courses run from Sunday to Friday and are held in the morning to allow students to work.
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Testimonials

I love the independent learning style that The British College offers. It really does make you stretch beyond your previous capabilities and really open up your mind for free thinking.

Rejil Shrestha
BSc (Hons) Computing

CSIT in Nepal
BIT Nepal

The British College provide innovation in curriculum, engagement with current industry practices and standards, and which gives us experience of working with staff whose research has national and international reputation.

Ashmita Karki
BSc (Hons) Computing

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