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We’re living in the digital age and the digital economy is one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK. If you’re interested in computers, whether hardware, software or networks, you can find well-paid employment in the computing industry, with a range of career options to choose from. Graduates from computing courses go on to find work quickly in a number of industries, from healthcare to science. Job satisfaction is also key with people working in computing careers reporting twice as high job satisfaction than the average for other sectors. Find out more - Choose your Computing Study Programme at Hull College.

Courses

Computing and Digital Technology (Microsoft Specialist)

The L3 Computing and Digital Technologies study programme provides you with a route into the IT sector with a broad range of technical skills based around software and digital product development, procedural and event driven programming, creative digital software tools.

Key course information

2 Years

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time

Computing with Games Design

The L1 Computing with Games Design study programme gives you a basic yet comprehensive skill level that will support progression into the more technical aspects of computing. You’ll develop your knowledge of the digital sector and learn about the skills that you need to start your career.

Key course information

1 Year

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time

Computing with Games Design

The L2 Computing with Games Design study programme prepares you for digital employment and progression across a range of disciplines such as coding, web development, games design and multimedia. You'll develop the skills needed for higher level study to fulfil your career aspirations within the computing and digital industries.

Key course information

1 Year

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time

ICT Support Technician

The L2 ICT Support Technician study programme is for those learners who have an interest in computing with a focus on the technical aspects of software and hardware and an interest in providing technical support.

Key course information

1 Year

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time

ICT Support Technician

The L3 ICT Support Technician study programme is for those learners who have an interest in computing with a focus on the technical aspects of software and hardware and an interest in providing technical support.

Key course information

1 Year

Hull College

Various Days

Full Time