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  • MSc Games Software Development

    Learn the skills to become a future technology leader on this technically oriented game programming course. Study the core C++ and graphics skills essential for contemporary game development and experience the way that gaming projects are developed and managed within the industry. Gain access to the largest PlayStation teaching facilities in the world, and use the same software, tools and techniques as the mainstream games industry.

    • 1-2 Year(s)
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • MSc Finance and Investment

    This course, designed with input from professional bodies and employers, utilises practice-based teaching and the development of applied knowledge and skills to develop your analytical skills and knowledge of the key products, investment strategies and risks present in financial markets. It teaches suitable skills for areas including financial services, financial consultancy, regulation, supervision and compliance. The course focusses particularly on present-day national and global developments, including practical and theoretical issues in investment and financial markets.

    • 12 Months
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • MSc Information Systems Security

    Gain a masters degree and specialise with modules in professional ethical hacking and information security management. The CREST Practitioner Security Analyst Certification and the BSI ISO27001 accreditation provide an important industry element to the course. Ultimately you focus on both the managerial and technical aspects of computer security giving you the skills needed to advance your career in this industry

    • 12-36 Month(s)
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • MSc Nursing Studies (top up)

    Enhance your skills and top up your current postgraduate diploma to a full masters degree in one year. You develop your critical understanding of appropriate research methodology and contribute to professional practice development within your chosen area.

    • 1-3 Year(s)
    • Distance learning / Part-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MA Public Relations

    This course equips you with industry-specific skills in public relations (PR) and encourages you to explore the broader context of its practice. You gain an understanding of the rapidly changing business and media environments, as well as knowledge of new media technologies. You benefit from a visiting lecturer programme, where public relations practitioners and academics provide additional industry insight.

    • 12-14 Month(s)
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • PGCE Post-16 and Further Education (Special Educational Needs)

    Become a Qualified Teacher in Special Educational Needs for the Post-16 and Further Education, with bursaries of up to £9,000 available. The course maps to the national framework for Post-16 and Further Education teaching qualifications and leads to QTLS status. You complete six modules and a minimum of 120 hours of lead teaching, either in your place of work or in a placement that we arrange for you.

    • Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • PGCE Secondary Design and Technology with QTS

    This course is designated 11-16 with post-16 enhancement. This means that you will be trained to teach Design and Technology and will be assessed against the Teachers' Standards at KS3 and KS4 across the 11-16 age range .Your timetable at school will include teaching at KS3 and KS4. In addition to this you will have a post-16 experience. The majority of trainees are placed in an 11-18 school for one of their periods of school based training and will be involved in planning, teaching and assisting in KS5 lessons. For the minority, who are not placed in an 11-18 school a four day placement will be organised in a post-16 setting. You will also be supported in preparing to teach at KS5 through the subject knowledge and pedagogy sessions at the University. You will not be assessed against the Teachers' Standards at K55.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • PGCE Secondary Modern Foreign Languages

    Gain qualified teacher status (QTS) as a teacher of French, German or Spanish with experience teaching Key Stage 3 to post 16. Modern languages are a priority subject, so this qualification can help you find a good job in both secondary school and college settings after graduating. You may also be eligible for a tax-free bursary.

    • 1 Year
    • Full-time
    • City Campus
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  • PgCert Autism and Asperger Syndrome

    Run in collaboration with the National Autistic Society, this course offers you an in-depth exploration into theory and practice related to autism and Asperger Syndrome. Covering and critiquing a range of autism theories and relating them thelived experiences of autistic children and adults this course is a valuable qualification for anyone interested in the autism field.

    It is suitable for you if you have autism/Asperger Syndrome, are a parent/carer or are a professional who works with individuals with an autism diagnosis.

    • 1 Year
    • Part-time
    • City Campus
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  • PgCert Special Educational Needs Coordination

    Study a course developed for those who are currently working as special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs). You learn to develop inclusive cultures, and evaluate approaches to education. These new skills help you to make a difference in your school and to the wellbeing and achievement of young people who have special educational needs. This course is quality assured by National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN) and is a member of the NASEN providers group nationally.

    • 1 Year
    • Part-time
    • City Campus
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