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Studying computer science at Eastleigh College is a creative journey through the world of information and communication technology. You will have the opportunity to develop computer games, explore digital 3D modelling, create digital graphics and manage networks. The facilities available enable the use of industry standard resources , our industry led projects provide students real life expereince of work to support progression to University and employment.
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This programme provides a foundation to all aspects of computing in media, with a strong bias towards…
This programme provides a foundation in all aspects of programming, with a strong bias towards practical…
This programme is designed for individuals interested in modern media production, such as digital graphics,…
The department currently makes use of five specialised computer suites, equipped with both PCs and iMacs with the latest version industry-standard software. The software used is fully licensed and available for users to install at home. The lecturers have industrial experience in various specialisations including networks, repair and maintenance of PCs, electronics, engineering, game development, 3D modelling, business and data analysis and of course, programming.
The College has good links with local businesses, who will occasionally offer work to the department. This gives our learners a unique understanding of the industry and first-hand experience with genuine projects, prior to seeking work or a place at University. This work may include creating 3D assets for computer flight simulator software, writing code, designing business solutions and even creating CGI imagery and video for marketing purposes.
Local businesses support Eastleigh College’s annual ‘Chippy of the Year’ awards celebrating the hard work and successes of the college’s carpentry and joinery students and apprentices.
Carpentry and joinery students from Eastleigh College have helped to save a local charity £12,000 by putting their skills to good use carrying out out essential maintenance and decorating.