Computing & IT
NESCol's computing laboratories and facilities are fantastic, allowing students to work with a range of hardware and put theory into practice in specialist computer labs.
Many Computing students will be given the opportunity to gain valuable, hands–on experience by working at the College's IT helpdesk. This involves helping other students who have any technical difficulties with personal devices — an excellent way to gain experience and develop abilities when it comes to computing support and dealing with customers/clients.
Listed below are the current progression routes available for Computing & Information Technology. It's always worth taking another look as the list is updated regularly. Terms and conditions may apply.
Courses within this subject area
- North East Scotland College
- Robert Gordon University
- Option 1
- Year 1 HNC Computing
- Year 2 HND Computing: Networking
- Years 3 & 4 BSc/BSc (Hons) Computer Network Management & Design
- Option 2
- Years 1 & 2 HND Computing: Software Development
Years 3 & 4
BSc/BSc (Hons) Computing (Application Software Development)
BSc/BSc (Hons) Digital Media: Design, Production and Development
- Option 3
- Years 1 & 2 HND Interactive Media (Web Development)
- Years 3 & 4 BSc/BSc (Hons) Digital Media: Design, Production and Development
- Option 4
- Years 1 & 2 HND Visual Communication
Years 3 & 4
BSc/BSc (Hons) Digital Media: Design, Production & Development
BA (Hons) Communication & Design
School of computing
We take a dynamic and innovative approach to teaching the technologies needed to address 21st century challenges and offer a direct, creative and inspiring route into stimulating employment.
Commercially collaborating at local, national and international level ensures our teaching and project work stays up–to–date and regular guest speakers from major companies means you can balance theory and practice so that learning is always useful and relevant.
Transferable skills gained in team–working, communication, presentation and other areas open doors in industry, as well as in research and development, whilst industrial projects and work placements ensure a fertile balance of professional experience and widely respected qualifications.
With 97% of students finding relevant employment after graduation, our courses successfully meet the needs of industry and commerce thanks to the input of external professionals and our experienced staff. Our wide range of technical, commercial and creative courses has seen us consistently ranked top for graduate job prospects.
At Robert Gordon University you'll enjoy easy access to a wide variety of computing labs and our virtual learning environment (VLE) offers 24/7 access to all teaching materials. 12 labs in total house over 250 state–of–the–art PCs, and new facilities include our Mac Suite, which houses a soundproof booth used for podcasting, and the Green Screen Suite used in multimedia video production.