Thursday, 18 May 2017

The HND and HNC Courses

There are a number of things that one must know to make a good decision in the field of education. People have been educating and getting educated since so many years, and there are also some moments and experiences where all the values and all the learning’s fail. This is generally because of the lack of research and dedication.There are a number of options for the students to study from different institutions from where they can get their degrees, diplomas, and other well-known certificate courses.

Here, we shall discuss all about the HNC and HND computing courses. But before going to the differences and all the comparisons let us first understand what HNC and HND are in general.

HND: HND is the abbreviation which stands for Higher National Diploma. The full time of this course takes a student to complete it by two years, or it might even take three to four years if the student opts for a part time course. This course is a work related course that is provided by higher and further education colleges in the United Kingdom. It is generally equivalent to the two year at the university level.

HNC: HNC is an abbreviation which stands for Higher National Certificate. This higher certificate full time course takes usually a year to complete, or it might even take two years if the student goes for a part time course. Many of the Higher National Certificate courses cover the same number of subjects and almost the same subject that are there in Higher National Diploma (HND) as well. But we must know that the Higher National Certificate course is one level below than that of a Higher National Diploma course. It is generally equivalent to the first year of study at the university.

Well, unlike any other degrees, these courses are vocationally focused and therefore it can also lead straight on to a good career. Apart from that, they can also be termed as a great stepping stone up to a higher education qualification for all the aspirants. There are very good number of subjects that a student can choose from in these courses. Some of the subjects include- Accounting, business and finance, business management, civil engineering, construction, electrical engineering, engineering, graphic design, management, mechanical engineering, and photography.

Both the HNC and the HND courses are highly valued as an alternative choice to university by the employers.

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