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Old Jan 12th 2009, 2:02 pm
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i would like to know if ncc qualifications is recognise in australia?
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What's "NCC"?
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What's "NCC"?
Originally part of the National Computing Centre, NCC Education started offering IT qualifications in 1976 and from 1997 developed its higher education portfolio to include Foundation and Business programmes. With Accredited Partner Centres in over 45 countries, five international offices and academic managers worldwide, NCC Education employs the latest technologies for learning, assessment and support.

NCC Education qualifications range from ICT for schools to the International Degree Pathway in Business or IT. Our programmes are recognised by universities, professional bodies and employers. Learners upgrade their skills on our professional development modular programmes or complete their university degrees and masters in their home country or in the UK.
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Originally part of the National Computing Centre
In what country? If the United Kingdom, is it recognised by United Kingdom education authorities?
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i would like to know if ncc qualifications is recognise in australia?
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Hi - Yes it is as I used my NCC qualification in Systems Analysis and Design (SAD course as it was known) for my positive ACS approval as well as other criteria.
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hello again and thank you very much for guiding me. u actually used your ncc qualification in australia?
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Originally part of the National Computing Centre, NCC Education started offering IT qualifications in 1976 and from 1997 developed its higher education portfolio to include Foundation and Business programmes. With Accredited Partner Centres in over 45 countries, five international offices and academic managers worldwide, NCC Education employs the latest technologies for learning, assessment and support.

NCC Education qualifications range from ICT for schools to the International Degree Pathway in Business or IT. Our programmes are recognised by universities, professional bodies and employers. Learners upgrade their skills on our professional development modular programmes or complete their university degrees and masters in their home country or in the UK.
Hi there,

I can tell you that it is recognized. I did my Bachelors with NCC and London Metropolitan University (final year) and ACS recognized it without any fuss. So don't worry and go ahead.

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hello thank you very much for answering, ive been asking all these questions because the thing is ive got an International Diploma in Computer Studies (validated by Cambrigde University & NCC Education) and ive applied to do my Advance Diploma in Computer Studies in a college in Australia and it did not recognised my diploma qualifications, asking me to sit for a diploma course again!
so now i will try to see with ACS first.
thank you very much mates.
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