If you have recently completed your NCC Education Level 5 Diploma, you may be starting to consider your next course of action.
Did you know that you can top-up your Level 5 Diploma into a Degree by completing an extra year of study?
The Value of a British Degree
British degrees are internationally recognised one of the best in the world, with over 500,000 international students enrolling at British universities every year (UCAS 2018).
The UK ranks the highest country for international student satisfaction (Times Higher Education 2017), with 91% of students satisfied with their learning experience. The UK also comes top regarding its learning environment; British universities place a high emphasis on student support and ensuring students have access to a wide range of study materials.
British degrees are taught by lecturers who are experts in their fields, with a PhD and an impressive amount of industry-related experience. Therefore, learning content is carefully selected by lecturers to provide students with useful knowledge, relating to current industry practices and upcoming areas of research.
Graduates have higher salaries and greater opportunities to apply for managerial roles. In 2016, the average graduate earned £9,500 more than the average non-graduate.
Research suggests that the number of jobs requiring a degree in the UK has now surpassed the number of entry-level jobs. This trend is expected to continue in the future, meaning those with a degree will have better employment prospects over those without a degree.
How Can I Top-Up My Diploma?
NCC Education currently offer the following online top-up degree:
- BSc (Hons) Business Computing and Information Systems, validated and awarded by the University of Central Lancashire.
Applications take a matter of minutes to complete online. NCC Education Level 5 Diploma holders are also guaranteed entry onto the course.
Both top-up degrees are taught online, meaning you can graduate with a British degree whilst studying from home.
Our top-up degree offers a flexible approach to learning. Students can choose to study full-time (40 hours per week) for one year, or part-time (20 hours per week) over two years.
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