BSc (Hons) Computing Information Systems, University of Central England
BEng Information Systems Engineering, University of Surrey, UK
BSc Computer Science University of Cyprus
MSc Professional Master in Advanced Information Technologies
Grades 1, 2, 3
Students in lower classes begin learning about the fundamentals of algorithms and programming and are taught about the software and hardware parts of computer systems, networking and the fundamentals of web design. Practical work is carried out using Scratch 2 and in Year 3, they begin to learn simple commands of the Python Language. Students are not assessed with a final exam.
Grades 4 & 5 (elective)
The aim of the course is to get students working with real-world programming and provides a good understanding of the fundamental principles of computing. The programming language taught is Python 3. The students are expected to demonstrate their knowledge of the syllabus by preparing a solution to a set problem which is part of the GCSE (9-1) Examination taken via the AQA Board (8520).
Grades 6 & 7 (elective)
Students are expected to develop a deep understanding of computers and skills of critical analysis. Emphasis is given to the development of software and the implementation of tools and methods. The course also covers system engineering and computer architecture. The students are expected to demonstrate their knowledge of the syllabus by preparing a project which is part of the GCE Advanced Level Examination. A-Level Computer Science is taken via the AQA Board (7517).