Course Levels

SCQF Levels 4 - 9

Campus Locations

Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy

Study Options

Full Time, Part Time

Applications Open

Start studying in January 2021 or August 2021

Why Choose Digital Technologies at Fife College?

There has never been a better time to work in Digital Technologies! With a huge demand for digital media skills in Scotland and across the world at the moment, there are many exciting job opportunities to be had in web development, gaming, computer animation and digital design.

Creative and digital media experts are highly sought after in dynamic fields such as Mobile Apps Development, Web Development, UX Design, and Computer Games Development. So whether you are interested in user experience and developing interactive content, producing 3D animation and computer modelling, learning web design or taking a computer games course, Fife College provides the best in creative and digital media courses to kick-start your career.

Not ready to choose a specialist field yet? Not a problem! Start your learning on one of our introductory level courses at college and continue studying your chosen subject right up to HNC or HND level. 

Digital Technologies Course List

 

Our Digital Courses

We offer courses in the following subjects:

3D Computer Animation

Computer Games Development

Computer Games Development (Creative Content and Animation)

Computing with Digital Media

Digital Design and Development

Web Design Development

Web and Mobile Applications Development

Why Choose Computing at Fife College?

Did you know that there has never been a better time to study IT and Computing courses? The specialist skills that you will develop at college, whether you study Cyber Security or choose a Computer Networking course, will prepare you for a career in one of the fastest growing sectors in Scotland.

With over 100,000 people working in Tech roles in Scotland at the moment, there are many exciting job opportunities to be had not only in Tech businesses but across all sectors including Finance (FinTech), Creative Industries, Education, Engineering and Healthcare.

Computing experts are highly sought after in dynamic fields such as Information Systems Management, Cyber Security. Systems Analysis and Database Administration.

So whether you are a beginner, who would like to learn computing basics on a part-time, basic computer class such as the European Computer Driving License Course (ECDL) or maybe you want to study for a Network Technologies degree – either way, Fife College provides the best computing courses at the level you need.

 

Computing Course List

 

Our Computing Courses

We offer courses in the following subjects:

Applied Networking Technologies

Computer Support

Computing with Digital Media

Computing: Networking

Computing: Software Development (with Data Analytics)

Computing: Technical Support

Cyber Security

ECDL (European Computer Driving License)

Progress to a Degree

Did you know that our HNC and HND Computing and Digital Technologies Courses are the equivalent of the first and second years of a degree?

Depending on the subject studied, successfully completing an HNC or HND in  Computing or Digital courses at Fife College could mean that you have the opportunity to progress to years 2 or 3 of a related BSc or BSc (Hons) degree course at one of the following partner Universities:

Abertay University

Edinburgh Napier University

Glasgow Caledonian University

University of the West of Scotland

Alternatively, if you study HND: 3D Computer Animation, you could stay on at Fife College, and progress to our brand new BA (Hons) Creative Enterprise, delivered at our Glenrothes Campus. You could even stay on at Fife College, and study all three years of your BSc Applied Networking Technologies degree at our Kirkcaldy campus. So either way, studying Computing or Digital Technologies at Fife College can be a more cost-effective, local alternative route to the same degree in Scotland, in the same amount of time!

What Happens after I Apply?

There are four possible outcomes from your interview:

 Unconditional offer: you have met all the entry requirements and your place is guaranteed.

 Conditional offer: your place is secured pending meeting the entry requirements.

 

 Waiting list: you have met all entry requirements; however, the course is full.
       If any spaces become available you may be contacted usually around about the course start date.

 Unsuccessful: speak to our Guidance Team.
       They may be able to help you find another suitable course.

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Hear from Daniel McKinlay on how his course helped him pursue a career in games development.

 

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