Diploma in Computing
ICL Education Limited
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Year 12 or Year 13 secondary school qualification; or National Certificate in Computing or Business Administration (Level 4) or equivalent and relevant industry experience equivalent to the above - i.e. a minimum of two years in a job which requires daily work with a computer and use of computer software applications most commonly used in business; or New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6; or La Trobe University Diploma of Business Administration; or La Trobe University Diploma of Information Systems; or recognised Level 5 Diploma in Computing or Information Systems. International students require an IELTS overall band score of 6.0 or equivalent in the ICL Placement Test.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
Graduates of the Diploma in Computing (Level 7) will have attained a job entry qualification with particular strengths in system maintenance and user support. They will also be strongly placed to progress to degree level studies in information technology at a university or polytechnic.
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