International Admission Requirements
The admission criteria for this course is Degree/Diploma in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering or relevant field as this is a post-graduate certificate.
1. Proof of Senior High School Diploma/Certificate
2. English Proficiency (we will require one of the following):
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS – Academic) – minimum overall score of 6.0 must be achieved, with no individual band score under 6.0.
- TOEFL International Based Test (iBT) – overall minimum score of 80+
- iPTE – Graduate Diploma: 60+
All educational documents must be submitted in English and will be dependent on the country of citizenship.
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