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University of Oxford - Diploma in IT Systems Analysis and Design (Online) $6400
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(08-27-2020, 03:02 PM)nomaduser Wrote: This diploma is from University of Oxford which has a very good international reputation. They rank #1 in the world.
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/wor...ity-oxford
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Oxford
In my opinion, this diploma is more valuable than degrees from unknown schools.

And they allow monthly payment. So you can pay them $533 per month through a year.

I agree. Schools with a better reputation and brand name can open doors.

One of the many reasons I chose to do my master's degree at Boston University, which ultimately landed me a full time job while I'm still completing the program.
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Boston University: MS in Software Development (24/32 SH - 1 Course IP) | GPA: 3.90
Thomas Edison State University: BA in Liberal Studies GPA: 4.00 | AS in Natural Science and Mathematics (Computer Science, Mathematics) | Certificate in Electronics
Excelsior College: AAS in Technical Studies (Electronic/Instrumentation Technologies) - High Honors GPA: 3.79
Community College: AAS in Applied Science and Engineering Technology - Highest Honors GPA: 3.91 | AAS in Technical Studies (Computer Technology)

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This diploma won't really be useful for a lot of people. (in fact, i don't even know what use can this diploma do)

If you have IT experience but don't have a bachelor's degree, spending $6k USD to get an IT bachelor's degree rather than the oxford diploma that only consist of 60 ECTS credits would be better for future employment sake (Read degree as tick in the box) also, you won't get anyway (further studies) with a Diploma that only has 60 ECTS worth of credits... (a UK degree has 180 ECTS credits)

If you have a (non IT) degree with no IT experience and you want to jump into IT, spending $6k USD on this diploma won't help because it's not gonna go in depth on many things in the IT/CS field. It's mostly focus on Software Engineering processes (without the coding). You're better off spending slightly more, $8k USD, to get a University of York (UK) Masters in Computer Science conversion degree. It's a Russell group Uni (Same group w/ Oxford and Cambridge)

If you have an IT degree (with or without experience), why are u even looking at this? lol. You should be looking at Masters level programs for more in depth focus.
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