This means that your course will be delivered 100% online over the internet and that you do not at any stage need to come into the college to attend lectures or tutorials. It also means that you will be required to ensure that you have sufficient broadband speed and a reliable connectivity to the internet from your chosen place of study.
You are expected to successfully participate in lectures, laboratories and projects using a laptop computer with a substantial hardware configuration from day 1 of your course. A suitable configuration is 6GB of RAM (8GB or more is recommended); a 64-bit x 86 processor (Intel i5 or superior); 250+GB of hard disk; and a recent installed release of Mac OS or Windows operating system. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure their laptop is functioning correctly and that they have full administrator rights to the machine. Unfortunately NCI Student IT support cannot provide support to personal devices.