Diploma Courses Recruiting
STC Now Recruiting Students for Diploma Courses
Now Accepting Applications from Students for Full-Time and Part-Time Computing and Business Diplomas
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STC, the leading Higher Education Institute for IT and Business in Malta is now accepting diploma admission applications from students interested in studying business or computing.
STC offers a range of Diploma Courses ideal for school leavers, students who have just obtained their ‘O’ levels, those who haven’t obtained all of their ‘O’ levels and others who are interested in pursuing a career in the computing or business fields. Applications are now being accepted on both full-time and part-time basis in the fields of business and computing.
These courses give students direct entry to the degree Pathway, which consists of various steps which allow students to read for BSc (Hons) and BA (Hons) degrees. Students can join the STC study pathway at various entry points, depending on individual qualifications obtained, and work experience. The STC study Pathway is an obvious choice for students wanting to advance in their career or those looking for a carrier change, with courses being offered on both full and part-time study options.
The Diploma in Computing or Business are two courses ideal for school leavers and provide an introduction to a range of computing and business topics respectively, preparing students for higher level diploma courses.
Sixth form students and school leavers who have obtained their matriculation certificate can opt for the Diploma in Computing or Business. These courses are also suitable for mature students who are currently employed and would like to improve their career prospects by obtaining additional skills and qualifications.
Students successfully completing the STC diploma courses gain entry to internationally recognised degree programs, in the respective fields of study.
STC Chief Executive Officer Dave Shaw stated that the institute is continuously striving to cater to the ever-increasing intellectual requirements of the national economy by staying abreast of the industries demands. It is the underlying objective of STC to provide beginner and advanced level courses for both students and professionals. Keeping this in mind the institute is also offering part time courses for working professionals.
If you are interested in any of these courses and need further information, or if you require assistance to determine which course is best for your individual skills, qualifications, as well as ambitions, call STC today on +356 2145 3200 or email email@example.com.