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Thomas Rennie

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The Snaith School


Chemistry, Physics, Further Maths

“Part of my decision to study at JLC was the way they do Maths. During the Open Events the staff were very friendly and always willing to help out. Either answer questions on the spot, as they were v

About Me

Thomas is part of our Student Leadership Team, and gets very involved in college life. 

HND Computing and Systems Development

Course Title: HND Computing and Systems Development

Course Type: Professional

Exam Board: Edexcel

Course Length: Two years

Day/Time: One afternoon and one evening per week. 


What will I learn? 

This qualification is delivered in partnership with North Lindsey College, and as such you will be enrolled as a University Centre student on a Pearson Edexcel award, having access to full facilities and support at both colleges.

You will study a range of units including computer systems, the Human Computer Interface (HCI) and multimedia design.

Units of Study

  • Research
  • Employability Professional Development
  • Computer Systems
  • Procedural Programming
  • 3D Modelling
  • Systems Analysis
  • Business for Ecommerce
  • OO Programming
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Data Analysis
  • Web Applications Development
  • Internet Server Management
  • Project
  • Games Design
  • IT Security Management
  • Digital Forensics

Where will it lead?

The HND Computing Science course can be topped up to a degree by gaining entry onto a University Computer Science course. The HND can also lead to a career in a wide range of IT professions such as programming, system analysis, systems management and database development. 

Entry requirements:

The course is only open to individuals aged 18 or over.

Applicants will need one pass at A Level/Level 3 BTEC (40 UCAS points) plus 3 GCSEs at grade C or above. 

For mature applicants we will consider previous experience in lieu of A Levels/AVCE. 

How to apply:

Application to this course can be done via the UCAS website, using institution code N64 and course code I200.


Each module is assessed by a combination of coursework, in-class tests and formal examinations.


Fees for this course are £5580; students can access Student Finance funding for both course fees and maintenance loans/grants.

For more information please contact us. or visit the North Lindsey College Higher Education website for information on admissions, policies and procedures.