Shaping your future at your chosen pace

BSc Hons Computing Systems in 3 to 6 years

VRP Variable Rate Progression

Variable Rate Progression (VRP) is a curriculum design and control model that isolates discrete units of study to empower you, the student, to establish a personalised pathway through the modules of a course and progress at a pace that best suits you. 

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Module Selection Simulator

You may SIMULATE the selection of modules on the course

How VRP works

Modules are presented year-by-year in an appropriate logical sequence. Each academic year, you will have the opportunity to defer some of the available modules, for completion in the following academic year.

This empowers you to alter your pathway through the programme and control the pace at which modules are undertaken each year, until the programme of study has been completed.

Computing Systems

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