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Courses

We are being a partner of NCC education for our students have high quality courses delivered by NCC Education. Now, we offer two main courses for degree pathway: in the subject area of Business and Computing with a well supports of being provided comprehensive teaching guides and all course materials by NCC Education.
According to our objectives, our institute; NVL wants to produce qualified students in which leading to best excellency in education. So, we provide additional two free courses to be able to support main course study and several activities under all courses let students gaining knowledge and experience respectively.

Undergraduate Courses

The NCC Education Level 3 Diploma in Business (RQF) is the foundation course to the International Degree pathway. This qualification framework which allows candidates to demonstrate key transferrable study skills, mathematical understanding and applied IT competency, as well as an understanding of the essential concepts of business and economics.In addition, successful candidates will fulfill the main entry requirements for NCC Education’s Level 4 Diploma in Business, as well as opening up opportunities to access a range of higher education courses or employment. Course Duration is 6 months for Level 3 Diploma course.

Recommended Candidates
  • Students aged 16-19 or adult learners
  • Students who had been passed grade 10 or O level
  • Students who have plan to study international diploma or UK degree
  • Students who have been touch international study or other equivalent levels
What will you learn to L3DB: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following five core units:

  • Study and Communication Skills – equips student with the essential study skills needed to succeed at university level. They will learn the basic skills necessary to conduct independent research, write academic papers, give formal oral presentations and apply what has been taught during lectures.
  • Mathematical Techniques – develops basic mathematical competence and confidence, for further study. Focusing on ensuring students have a functional level of mathematics will be valuable in everyday life and future career.
  • Introduction to Accounting and Economics – introduces the key principles of accounting and economics. Students will become accustomed to concepts such as market structures and monetary policy and also learn how to produce simple financial statements.
  • Introduction to Business – provides an introduction to the purpose, types and organization of businesses. Students also become familiar with a range of business concepts such as basic marketing practices.
  • IT Skills – provides an introduction to the key IT skills that will be required in their studies. They will learn basic skills in word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software. The unit will focus on the Microsoft Office suite, but has been designed to allow students to gain the relevant skills regardless of the software version being used.
Progression and Careers Opportunities

This qualification allows moving on the study tour to join NCC education Level 4 Diploma in Business and Level 4 Diploma in Business IT that is year one of UK Bachelor’s degree. This stage is very beginning for students in their study tour and they should step up for upgrading knowledge to have more powerful career in future life.


The programme is equivalent to the first year of the Business degree qualification in UK university system. This diploma has been introduced to the many different aspects of international business in today’s world.
On successful completion of this qualification, you will be exposed to both academic and vocational aspects of a wide range of subjects, enabling you to gain the necessary knowledge and skills vital for a career in business or further studies.
Course Duration is one year for Level 4 Diploma course.

Recommended Candidates
  • NCC Education Level 3 Diploma in Business (L3DB) or Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES)
  • Students who want to join UK education or UK degree
  • Students who had been passed grade 11 or matriculated examination
  • Students who require UK business diploma to apply appropriate international job
  • Students who have been touch international study or other equivalent levels
What will you learn to L4DB: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Business Mathematics – covers a range of mathematical techniques and formulae to support business studies and develop the ability to make informed business decisions. Students will also be taught to present and analyse business data.
  • Communications for Business – gives an introduction to a wide range of skills for business professionals. Students will cover the production of various types of documents and presentations as well as the skills needed to communicate effectively in a business environment.
  • eBusiness – explores a wide range of applications for eCommerce and the use of these in solving business problems. Students will learn about state-of-the-art technologies and their major impact on the business world.
  • Essentials of Management – covers the principles and functions of management. Students will be taught the key elements in planning and decision-making, and the significance of different controls required in an organization.
  • Fundamentals of Economics – covers fundamental economic theories and concepts which are applied in decision-making in a business environment. Students will gain an understanding of the economic environment and its effect upon business organizations and their markets.
  • Introduction to Finance – introduces the basic concepts and techniques of financial and managerial accounting. It considers the role of accounting in recording and reporting financial performance and in providing information to decision makers.
  • Principles of Marketing – examines the role and value of marketing in today’s increasingly competitive and dynamic environment. Students will practise marketing principles in order to analyse, plan and implement policies to achieve marketing and corporate objectives.
  • Understanding Business Organizations – introduces the objectives, roles, functions and various forms of business organizations as they adapt to a dynamic and changing environment.
Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification allows students entry to either the NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Business which is equivalent to year 2 of a typical UK Honours degree or the second year of many UK university degree courses, or enables them to pursue a career in the business industry.


Level 5 Diploma in Business (L5DB), which is equivalent to the second year of a UK Bachelor’s degree. This qualification framework or course Exposing students to greater detail and more advanced topics in a range of areas including economics, marketing, finance and management.
On successful completion of the qualification students will be able to complete the final year of a degree with the NCC Education Business Administration Top Up validated by the University of Worcester, at one of the many universities that recognize NCC Education qualifications, or pursue a career in the business industry.
Course Duration is one year for Level 5 Diploma course.

Recommended Candidates
  • NCC Education Level 4 Diploma in Business
  • Students who have been passed NCC Education L4DB qualification or other equivalent levels
  • Students who have a local or international qualification or other equivalent levels
What will you learn to L5DB: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Advanced Business Mathematics – provides an understanding of how a number of statistical and mathematical techniques are applied in economic and business decision-making.
  • Business Economics – examines how an organization can achieve its objectives most efficiently through the application of micro-economic theory and the tools of analysis of decision science, such as statistics and quantitative methods. It demonstrates how economic analysis can be used in formulating business policies.
  • Principles of Business Operations – explores the operations management function and its basis in creating and sustaining effective and efficient operations which deliver the products or services in a manner which achieves the objectives of the organization. You will analyse this with respect to cost, quality, flexibility, dependability and speed.
  • Human Resources in Business – explores the dynamic role of human resource management policies and practices in contemporary organizations and their contribution to the goals of those organizations. It defines and critically examines the major philosophies, policies, procedures and practices related to the management of human resources.
  • Information Systems and Organizations – introduces the subject of information systems and technology in organizations, taking a broad management perspective. Students will gain an understanding of the current and future role of information systems in modern organizations, including an appreciation of the social, cultural and political aspects that are important to the successful adoption of technology.
  • Marketing in Business – highlights the need for managers to view the role of marketing as critical to their organization. The crucial role of marketing in contributing to the success of organizations is emphasised.
  • Financial Management – builds on your knowledge of fundamental financial concepts in financial and management accounting by considering the applications of these topics in a business environment and by examining a set of more advanced issues.
  • Understanding Consumer Behaviour – provides an understanding of customers’ needs and the complexity of the decision making process customers undertake in both consumer and industrial markets.
Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification allows students onto NCC Education’s final year top-up qualifications in Business (further entry requirements may apply), or to a third year of many UK university degree courses of the business education industry as well as to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to play a significant role in world-wide business organizations.


Level 4 Diploma in Computing (RQF) (L4DC) is equivalent to the first year of an IT degree in the UK university system. Students will be given the opportunity to develop essential thinking and study skills. The qualification will allow them to equip fundamental skills and knowledge in computing, preparing you for further study or enhancing your professional development and employability within the IT industry.
On successful completion of the qualification students will be awarded the NCC Level 4 Diploma and will be able to embark on NCC Education’s Level 5 Diploma in Computing (L5DC).
Course Duration is one year for Level 4 Diploma course.

Recommended Candidates
  • NCC Education Level 3 Diploma in Computing (L3DC) or Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES)
  • Students who want to join UK education or UK degree
  • Students who had been passed grade 11 or matriculated examination
  • Students who require UK computing diploma to apply appropriate international job
  • Students who have over two years’ relevant work experience and equivalent levels.
What will you learn to L4DC: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Skills for Computing – provides the essential skills for a computing student (including study, presentation, report-writing and data handling skills). Not only will this unit prepare for successful outcomes in studies, but it will also provide skills that can be applied in the workplace.
  • Computer Networks – networking and communication skills are vitally important in today’s connected world. In this unit students will develop a good understanding of basic theory, and also develop useful practical skills.
  • Computer Systems – supports the development of practical skills in the configuration, maintenance, fault-finding and trouble-shooting of modern computer systems and develops knowledge of computer architecture.
  • Designing and Developing a Website – develops practical skills in website design by providing a detailed understanding of mark-up languages, style sheets, design techniques and testing.
  • Databases – provides thorough training in practical techniques of the design and development of database systems together with developing a sound understanding of the underpinning theory.
  • Designing and Developing Object-Oriented Computer Programmes – provides a thorough introduction to computer programming using Java.
  • Software Development Techniques – addresses the wider issues of software development together with a language-independent survey of useful data structures and algorithms.
  • Office Solutions Development – develops practical skills in the automation of common office applications to support a variety of tasks.
Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification units are designed for students with a blend of technical IT skills and business expertise that will prepare them for a career in senior management IT roles. This is also entry to either the NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Computing (RQF), or the second year of many UK university degree courses or enables you to pursue a career in the IT industry.


Level 5 Diploma in Computing (RQF) (L5DC), which is equivalent to the second year of a UK Bachelor’s degree. This qualification builds upon the knowledge gained during the NCC Education Level 4 Diploma in Computing and exposing students to greater detail and more advanced topics in a range of areas including database development, information systems analysis, network security and cryptography.
On successful completion of the qualification students will be awarded the NCC Level 5 Diploma and transfer to a university or pursue a career in the IT industry.
Course Duration is one year for Level 5 Diploma course.

Recommended Candidates
  • NCC Education Level 4 Diploma in Computing
  • Students who have been passed NCC Education L4DC qualification or other equivalent levels
  • Students who have a local or international qualification or other equivalent levels
What will you learn to L5DC: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Database Design and Development – develops skills in the design and development of databases and database management systems, as well as investigating enterprise applications of databases.
  • Network Security and Cryptography – provides students with the underlying theory and practical skills required to secure networks and to send data safely and securely over network communications.
  • Information Systems Analysis – equips students with a range of tools to analyze the function and requirements of information systems, as well as the skills to compare systems analysis models, and to examine them in the wider context of the Internet and the social, economic and political climate of an organization.
  • Dynamic Websites – builds on existing knowledge of both databases and web design in order to build dynamic websites and also equips students with a range of skills to present content on the World Wide Web.
  • Analysis, Design and Implementation – provides in-depth knowledge, skills and experience in the use of object-orientated techniques for the development of software. The unit also develops expertise in object-oriented analysis, design and coding, and the testing of systems.
  • Agile Development – explores the processes, people, practices and principles of agile development systems. The unit fully prepares students for the future trends in software development and reinforces understanding of the information systems development process.
  • Professional Issues in IT – highlights the professional issues that impact on the development, deployment, maintenance and use of computer systems. This unit will equip students with the knowledge surrounding social, ethical and legal issues applicable to the IT field and also a working understanding of software quality.
  • Computing Project – gives the opportunity to utilise the skills needed to develop a computing artefact to solve a problem, which involves research, analysis, design, coding, testing and project management knowledge and expertise.
Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification allows entry onto NCC Education’s final year top-up qualifications in Computing (further entry requirements may apply), or to a third year of many UK university degree courses, or enables you to pursue a career in the IT industry.


Degree Courses

This BA (Hons) Business Administration online top-up qualification is validated and awarded by the highly reputable University of Worcester. It has been specially designed for international students wanting to complete the final year of their degree in a flexible, affordable and accessible way. It would be a wonderful experience on their study tour because of the chat sessions with module leader to get advice, and the wide variety of friends to share their knowledge each other. Course Duration is one year full-time for Business Administration degree.
Worcester University
Choice of Employment Status
Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) in 2015
98%
of business graduates
Recommended Candidates
  • Graduates of the NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Business (RQF)(L5DB), or NCC Education International Advanced Diploma in Business (IADB)
  • HND Business awarded by Pearson/ Edexcel
  • Informatics International Advanced Diploma in Business Administration
  • Association of Business Executives (ABE) Level 5 & 6
  • Any qualification deemed to be comparable as approved by NCC Education and The University of Worcester
What will you learn to BA: A Quick Tour on Units

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Business Research Methodology
  • Business Strategy
  • International Marketing Strategy
  • Business Analysis and Decision Making
  • Strategic Operations and Quality Management
  • Management and Organisational Behaviour
  • Business-to-Business Marketing
  • Management Accounting and Finance

Students must study the following eight core units:

  • Business Research Methodology – Builds your understanding of business research and how it is conducted. This module introduces the key methods and techniques used in business research by critically examining the academic literature.
  • Business Strategy – Enables you to develop a detailed knowledge and critical understanding of the role that strategic management plays within organizations and its effects upon organizational performance and survival. This module examines important techniques used to analyse the position of a company in both its actual and potential marketplace.
  • International Marketing Strategy – Compares and contrasts export, international and multinational marketing and enables you to precisely differentiate between the marketing policies appropriate to industrialised, developing and underdeveloped economies. This module also aims to identify the sources of information, methods of information collection and the methods of information analysis suitable for international marketing planning.
  • Business Analysis and Decision Making – Builds your understanding of the use of information and information systems for the support of commerce and use of these systems to aid decision-making. This module will develop your abilities in qualitative and quantitative analysis in business to provide you with critical diagnosis and decision-making skills.
  • Strategic Operations and Quality Management – Examines the key issues of strategic operations management. Using important models and concepts, it provides an analysis of strategic operations management and how it relates to corporate strategy and quality management. This module will consider challenges and the elements required for successful strategic operations management and the strategies for achieving efficient, cost-effective production in a global business environment.
  • Management and Organizational Behaviour – Examines how management, particularly in terms of organizational and staff development, can contribute to the achievement of a more effective organization. This module covers the analysis of effective management in organizations with emphasis on the functions of management and the behavioural processes of change, conflict, leadership, motivation, communication, innovation and group dynamics.
  • Business-to-Business Marketing – Critically examines the scope and nature of business marketing, unique aspects of business marketing strategy development and issues that face business marketers. The module considers areas including developing customer relations, quality service marking and consumer and buyer behavior.
  • Management Accounting and Finance – Aims to develop the key skills necessary for organizational financial management. The module provides an extensive base of knowledge and skills by examining planning and decision-making techniques.
Course Feature
  • Ideal preparation for a career in international business and management
  • Opportunity to improve your employment prospects or progress to postgraduate study
  • Builds on existing knowledge of the global business environment, management, accounting, marketing and finance
  • Access to a range of transferable skills and an appreciation of working in a diverse and multi-cultural environment.

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Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification prepares students for postgraduate study or careers in all areas of Business and Management such as Marketing, Finance, Accounting and so on. On successful completion students will have the knowledge and understanding of the global business environment, as well as the essential skills required to research, analyse and manage business relationships.

Download: Worcester-BA-Programme-Sheet


The BSc (Hons) Business Computing and Information Systems, delivered by NCC Education and validated and awarded by the University of Central Lancashire, has been designed to prepare students for employment in the IT sector. The qualification equips students with a blend of technical IT skills and business expertise that will prepare them for a career in senior management IT roles. Course Duration is one year.
University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
Choice of Employment Status
Revealed by Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) in 2016
93.9%
of total students
Recommended Candidates
  • Graduates of the NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Computing (RQF)(L5DC).
  • Graduates of the NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Business Information Technology (RQF) (L5DBIT)
  • HND Computing
  • Any qualification deemed to be comparable as approved by NCC Education and UCLan.
What will you learn to BSC (BCIS): A Quick Tour on Units

Two units are studied in each semester, with the project being studied over two semesters. Students must study the following five core units:

  • Advanced Database Management Systems
  • Corporate Communication Systems Management
  • eBusiness
  • Managing Information Systems Projects
  • Information Systems Project

Two units are studied in each semester, with the project being studied over two semesters. Students must study the following five core units:

  • Advanced Database Management Systems – builds upon general understanding of database systems, ensuring that students develop significant knowledge of the major topics (both theoretical and practical) relating to the development and management of modern database systems. The unit introduces current database research topics, thereby increasing understanding of future trends and the latest developments in the field.
  • Corporate Communication Systems Management – enables students to understand the management of telecommunications and computer networks for corporate systems and the underlying technologies, including network management, communications media and services, global availability and reliability, eCommerce and internet services.
  • eBusiness – is concerned with the use of the Internet to conduct business electronically. The commercial application of the Internet has grown rapidly in recent years and the technological and business environment remains dynamic. This unit adopts a critical, strategic approach to business and to the use of the Internet.
  • Managing Information Systems Projects – explores the theoretical underpinning of different approaches to project management, examines a range of techniques for tackling the problems of project management and develops a rigorous attitude to quality in software development.
  • Information Systems Project – aims to provide the opportunity for in-depth individual study of a specialised area of computing and information systems; to develop the ability to tackle a selected problem of significant scale and complexity and to develop the ability to present ideas in written reports.
Course Feature
  • Units comprise of weekly video lectures, tutorial exercises, a discussion forum and live chat sessions with subject experts.
  • Opportunity to interact with other students from around the world and with subject experts through discussion forums.
  • Part-time students are able to study one or two units per semester over two semesters, with the project being studied over those two semesters.

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Progression and Careers Opportunities

The qualification allows students are eligible to apply for the Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Business IT (RQF) (L7DSBIT) awarded by NCC Education. On successful completion students
can expect to obtain a management level position in the IT industry.

Download: UCLan-BCIS-Information-Sheet


Supplementary Courses

To all our students they are attending for higher level courses, English is compulsory course in our institute. Students need English language skills, especially reading skill and writing skill to learn something news and to work assignment papers. As a good school service, our institute offers regular English 4-skill classes for language proficiency. Students should value, concentrate, feel and act as awareness to attend English classes regularly for their perfect skills as they follow our academic policies.


This is a free course highly recommended for both of senior students and junior students at NVL institute. The objective of this development training is to provide essential IT skills that will make one become proficient with use of computer and Information Technology and getting involve in our Professional Development department. We support our customers through continually improved content, experiences and care. We specialize in providing a quality service in computer, laptop and tablet repairs, as well as professional website design.

Style and Syllabus of Course

We open this course on every school day in the evening; 5:00pm to 7:00pm. The curriculum provides computer skills and knowledge that enable the students to improve understanding theories and concepts as well as associated practical exercises to real-life situations. It is also a development training on a combination of three different subjects that are leading to Information Communication Technology (ICT). The course includes—

  • Hardware and Networking
  • Application Development
  • Web Development

The course style has several functions. The first function is to inform students about our course – the objectives of the course and to provide a sense of what the course will be like. The second function is to provide a kind of agreement between Student Affairs departments and students – to follow professional course rules and policies. The third function is to provide a guiding reference – a resource to which students and instructional staff can refer for logistical information such as the schedule for the course and course content. The fourth function is to assess and produce course completion certificate to outstanding students in perfect of their attendances, assignments and grading.
Generally, a syllabus would include the following information:

  • Learning Objectives: What students will gain or take away from your course. Why these objectives are the most important skills/knowledge for the course.
  • Course Particular & Course Content: Course name and number, course schedule, instructor name, contact information, instructional support staff information.
  • Learning Outcome: How much the course relates to primary concepts and principles where it fits into practical solution area.
  • Materials and Access: Required texts and readings, handouts, course packs, additional resources such as study groups, etc.
  • Student Responsibilities: Particulars and all belongings for homework, projects, quizzes, exams, reading requirements, participation, due dates, etc. Policies on lateness, missed work, extra credit, etc.
  • Grading Method: Clear, explicit statement of assessment process and measurements.

On successful completion of this course, students will have high potential skill to apply ICT related jobs in every aspect of their life and to hold new social-economic opportunities in local and international job fairs. We ensure that our students have increase enough their confidence to challenge within their relevant work sectors as they follow our guidance and school policies.


Activity-based Learning Lab

Activity-based learning lab aims to enrich students’ academic experience and learning outcomes. It refers to two different ways of study; namely activity-based lab and activity-based learning. As a part of course, we arrange to spend some extra periods and break it into separate sessions for all labs. Network labs and practical workshops are belonging to activity-based lab and seminars & conferences is to activity-based learning. All these programs are geared towards that our students can get theoretical knowledge and analyze how it can be applied to real world cases by doing effective activities, as they prefer.

The programme for each course excluding foundation course or Level 3 is lengthy one academic year consisting of two semesters including final exam days. There are four intakes per year: March, June, September and December for undergraduate courses while June intake and December for degree courses and forming as course cycle. Students are able to join for their courses at appropriate intake.
Before starting a course, there will be associated orientation program for each course which is designed to support for students as easy step to go studying and it is ensure that our course route is eligible to international standard institution.
To improve our qualifications, all courses, which let a free practical Lab or discussion once a week at least for registered students whereby lecturers provide one-on-one assistance to help students understand specific topics, covered in class that they find particularly difficult.
Assessments for all units of course are offered in a number of assessment cycles throughout the year. All units are assessed by either examination or assignments according to NCC education’s policies.