|Study mode||Start date||Duration||Fee international||Fee UK/ EU||Fee study period||Year of study|
|Full-time||n/a||years: 4||£18200||£9250||Academic year||2017 - 2018|
This degree has been designed specifically to meet the requirements of students looking to embark on an undergraduate computing degree, but who lack the academic qualifications to start immediately on one of our programmes. We encourage applications from students with A level, Access, BTEC, or professional qualifications, and will consider a variety of alternatives as equivalent to our stated entry requirements.
Students on the programme come from a wide range of backgrounds including those who have studied relevant subjects to an appropriate level but did not achieve the necessary grades and those with work experience who may not have formal qualifications in relevant areas.
Students have on average 15 hours of contact time per week with teaching staff through lectures, laboratory sessions and seminars, though this may vary depending on module choices. Additionally, students should allocate at least 25 hours per week for study, coursework assignments and projects.
The University of East Anglia is based in the vibrant city of Norwich, located in the east of England. The city is less than two hours by train from London and is a unique blend of historic English architecture and modern design, which creates a dynamic and unforgettable atmosphere.
Norwich is home to eight theatres, five museums, four cinemas, two cathedrals, four music venues and a castle. There are 300 pubs, restaurants and bars,1500 historic buildings as well as modern developments such as The Forum, which is the home of the regional BBC studio and the award-winning Millennium Library.
As a base for exploring Britain, Norwich is just a short journey from Cambridge and other key cities with coaches and trains conveniently connecting you with the rest of the UK. International students are also able to take advantage of Norwich International Airport which is conveniently located 15 minutes from campus.