Get your cyber security course certifications at Informatics Academy with our International Advanced Diploma in Network & Computer Security, leading up to our BSc (Hons) in Network Computing by Oxford Brookes University – one of the top 50 young universities in the world by QS World University Rankings 2018 with close industry ties that equip students with the skills employers are looking for.
Available in part-time or full-time versions to suit the schedules of students, Informatics Academy’s Network Computing courses are widely recognised by international and Singapore universities and employers. This specialisation academic pathway is a lead up from Informatics Academy’s IT Diploma Course and other recognised Diploma courses.
Careers in Network Computing
Informatics Academy’s accelerated Network Computing Bachelor Degree and Advanced Diplomas equip students with skills in software engineering, project management, computer networking, network construction, network security, computer hardware systems, algorithm techniques and more.
Students who graduate from Informatics Academy’s Network Computing Diplomas and Degrees can look forward to promising careers as IT engineers, network engineers, network administrators, network security specialists, server administrators, software engineers, IT support technicians, field service technicians, system administrators, network security engineers, computer network defense specialists, computer security analysts and IT security architects.
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- Diploma in Network and Computer Technology (With Internship Opportunities)
- Advanced Diploma in Network and Computer Technology (With Internship Opportunities)
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Network Computing (Top Up)
Oxford Brookes University BSc. (Hons) Network Computing Alumni Testimonials
Andy Tan, BSc. (Hons) Network Computing
Network Engineer – IBM Singapore
“As Network Engineer with IBM Singapore, I troubleshoot network issues while handling data center relocation projects and deployment of IBM products. This includes gather customer requirements, plan project timelines, deliver network projects by installing, cabling and configuring equipment.
I signed up for a Network Computing Degree with Informatics because it is well-established with over 30 years in the education industry. Throughout the course we learnt practical and in-depth knowledge of the Network Computing fundamentals. This is something not all working environments can provide. Teaching materials are comprehensive, campus location is central and is accessible and course pace is relatively comfortable for part-time students, especially those who are already working full-time. Lecturers are understanding and go the extra mile to assist students.”
Niruth Wijewardane, BSc. Network Computing (First Class Hons)
Data Center Operations Lead, Amazon Web Services
The quality of the education and affiliated universities matter – Informatics’ affiliated universities are well-reputed in the UK. The course materials and books that we get from the institute are very helpful. The assignments can be very tough, but they help us to learn more and explore more solutions beyond the classroom, with the support of the lecturers as well. Considering all these factors, Informatics is a good choice for anyone to do their Bachelor’s degree and Diplomas to start in the IT Field.
Ng Wen Chang, BSc. (Hons) Network Computing
Network Consultant, NCS
“My job requires a great deal of problem-solving and lateral thinking skills. Prior to taking my degree, I was only equipped with basic knowledge on how to carry out my work sufficiently but did not possess any knowledge outside my job scope.
Before taking up my degree I was never exposed to the entire project flow and how various project aspects fit together. My degree has been helpful in providing me with a strong foundation in computing, as well as a broad perspective of a project’s overall structure.”
Royson Toh, BSc. (Hons) Network Computing
Senior Network Engineer, ST Electronics
“The course has taught me to enjoy the work process a lot more. I picked up a positive attitude from my time at Informatics Academy, have begun to open up to others and learned to have more fun at work, even when we’re stressed and pressed for time.
Upon graduation, I was promoted after demonstrating additional competency in my job. I’ve not only learnt technical skills but also honed my time management skills as I am now able to manage projects and meet crucial deadlines.”