Ada Rhodes completed a Level 4 and Level 5 Diploma in Business in Nigeria, then did her final year at the University of Sunderland campus in the UK. She has agreed to answer some questions about NCC Edu, her UK study experience and provide us with a photo.
The BSc (Hons) Business Computing and Information Systems programme provides a good coverage of both IT and business aspects. I truly believe that the knowledge that I have acquired from this programme will allow me to succeed in my career either as a businessman or programmer. I am very happy to be awarded this Degree. The support from the University of Central Lancashire (UClan) and NCC Education through regular chat sessions and emails has definitely helped me a great deal. Thank you to the NCC Education and UClan team!
The BA (Hons) Business Administration programme awarded by the University of Worcester is really rich in content and relevant to today’s work industry. The course has equipped me with all the necessary skills. I totally enjoyed the online-learning format that the programme offers.
I have finished my NCC Education’s IFY and L4DC. Now I have been reading L5DC at DIIT, Bangladesh. The course curriculum of NCC Education is so good because they help me to learn how to cope with the real life IT business world. I have enriched my knowledge in computing, networking, web designing, programming etc. by studying the entire courses which are provided by NCC Education in IFY and L4DC.
I have completed NCC Education’s International Foundation Year (IFY) at Daffodil Institute of IT, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This pathway program consists of three levels ultimately leading up to a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology (BIT).The best thing about this program is the recognition and the certified qualification given at each level. Along the IFY level I have managed to acquire knowledge about basic computing and gained some programming skills.
I recently completed the BIT – Business & Information Technology, and am grateful for the flexible approach I was able to take to my studies at the Daffodil Institute of IT. During my studies I was able to use my spare time to work part-time as a freelance developer using what I had learned in a practical environment from the get go, and I later was also asked to come in as a consultant to a leading software company in Bangladesh.
I have completed Level 5 Diploma in Computing and BSc (Hons) in Business in Information Technology. I am deeply grateful to NCC education for providing international level education in Bangladesh. The thing I enjoyed most is the fact that I was able to live among my family and friends and at the same time complete an overseas international standard degree. The way the whole curriculum is designed is absolutely realistic and enjoyable. There was no extra pressure on learning unwanted subjects. I was happy to study all the subjects offered by the NCC Education.
I have recently completed my level 5 diploma course and started final year in BIT (Business Information Technology) from Daffodil Institute of IT, Bangladesh. The first and foremost thing I like about this course is that it doesn’t matter if you have studied science, arts or commerce, you can always enroll yourself in any of the NCC Education qualification pathways. I wanted to study Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Information Technology (IT) or any other computer-related subjects. However, I completed my secondary level of study in business. As such, I was not eligible to take any science-related subjects. But, NCC Education has provided me with the opportunity to fulfill my dream. As I admitted myself into the BSc (Hons) in BIT, I found that all the subjects here are computer-related and quite similar to IT.