What is a conversion course?
A conversion course is a program of study that allows you to fast-track a change of profession by studying a course unrelated to a candidate’s undergraduate degree or present job. Although it may appear contradictory, studying an unrelated topic from your undergraduate degree might provide you with additional expertise to draw on before and after a conversion course.
Academic Requirement: The entry criteria vary according to the qualification, course, and institution. A 2:1 Bachelor’s degree is typically required, because of the nature of conversion courses, it can be in any discipline. Candidates might be able to get into a degree with a 2:2 if they have relevant job experience to back up their application. If you are an international student and unsure about what qualification you would require to gain entry onto a conversion course then contact us (apply now page link). If you are a degree holder from any discipline except Computing and IT field and want to study MSc Information technology. Then this conversion course is for you. English Language Requirements: It is also varied according to the qualification, course, and institution. Minimum Academic IELTS or Academic UKVI IELTS overall 6.0 not less than 5.5, PTE overall 56 not less than 51, OIETC overall B2+ not less than B2, etc, is required to proceed with Conversion course.
- MSc Nursing Studies (Adult) Pre-registration
- MSc Nursing Studies (Mental Health) Pre-registration
- MSc Information Technology
- MSc Computer Science
- MSc Cybersecurity
- MSc Applied Data Science
- MSc Artificial Intelligence and its Applications
- MSc Data Science and its Applications
- MSc Psychology
- MSc Applied Psychology
- MSc Biomedical Engineering
- MSc International Management (Operations)
- MA Human Resource Management
- MSc Digital Marketing
- MSc IT Project Management
- MA Leadership
- MSc Oil and Gas Management
- MSc Project Management
- MA Social Work etc.
Advantages of a conversion course:
- Advancing your education by acquiring new skills and information in a new subject.
- Boosting a candidate’s chance of getting a job in a particular field, a career change is easier with a conversion course.
- Pursuing a more rewarding profession that fits the candidate’s interest.
Factors to consider:
Before you pick a program, find out which program potential employers prefer, or if they have any preferences at all. If this information is unavailable, consider the following:
- Course content
- Departmental rating
- Entry requirements
- External course validation
- The reputation of the institution
- Student satisfaction
- Whether the program is taught by industry professionals
We hope that the above information will help you prepare for the road ahead to meet your dreams of studying a conversion course. Please feel free to contact us if you are looking for any help or query regarding your university choice.