Act-On Marketing Software
Welcome to the course choice help information. Here, you will find descriptions of courses available for you to study next year and details of the qualifications that you can study towards. It covers information technology, email marketing, social marketing software, marketing automation software (including the new Act-On Software Review), computing (informatics), mathematics, business administration, Islamic Shariah, language, foundation year, psychology and teacher education, and Sciences.
How to Register
Step 1 – Browse
If you haven’t yet registered for a qualification, you can use the Qualifications Section below to help you choose the right study route for you. If you are already studying at Nugaal University, but not pursuing a specific qualification, look it up in the qualifications section to find out which courses you can choose from the next.
Step 2 – Choose Your Next Course
Look through the course section to see in details what’s available. It’s a good idea to read the guidance about choosing your undergraduate courses. If there is anything you would like to talk about staff in our student registration and Enquiry Services will be happy to help you.
Step 3 – Register for your Chosen Course
To make sure you get a place on the course of your choice, it’s a good idea to register as early as possible. You can do this:
By calling University landline: 252 2 755000 or 00141 97121888
You could also come along to one of our course choice events, where you can meet and talk to NU staff and other students.
Information and Advice from the University Careers Advisory Service
Your choice of course and qualification may be influenced by your career plans or your continuation professional development requirements. Some career paths have very specific requirements, while others are more open and more to do with level of qualification than with the choice of particular courses. In some cases, you may be required to do particular courses to meet your employer’s requirements or to help you develop in your current job.
Even if you are not studying to enhance your career opportunities or with a particular career in mind, it might be useful to consider what new opportunities could be open to you. Our career advisory service can help you:
· Plan, develop or change your career
· Choose your course to match your career ideas
· Prepare application forms or CVs
· Prepare for interview
· Look for employment nationally, locally or internationally
· Consider further study or professional training
Certificates are awarded to students who successfully complete the appropriate courses and have them linked to count towards the awards. Some are the first step on the ladder of undergraduate level study, while others are designed for professional purposes.
· Certificate in computing and mathematics
· Certificate in mathematics
· Certificate in information technology
· Certificate in web applications development
· Certificate in child care and psychology
· Certificate in teacher training level 1-4