Students looking to further their computing skills could benefit from new courses at the University of Wolverhampton.
The school of computing and IT is holding a launch event this Thursday (1 May from 4pm to 7pm) to introduce its new top-up degrees.
The event is primarily aimed at students currently studying an HND, foundation degree or relevant qualification. Potential students will be able to meet staff, take a tour and apply for courses.
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The courses can be studied part-time or full-time. They have been developed for those interested in computer science and information technology, following high student demand for distinctive and specialist degrees, said the university.
The new courses cover computer science, games development, multimedia development, software engineering, and computing web development.
Sue Gill, course leader for the top-up awards, said, "As a school we continue to seek new ways of keeping the computing courses we offer attractive, current and industrially relevant to our students.
"Our top-up degrees provide an excellent route on to an undergraduate degree programme. The launch event will provide students with an ideal opportunity to find out more about our range of top-up courses and discuss different options."
The event will be held at the City Campus in the new Technology (MI) building. For more information, call 01902 321402.