Birmingham, United Kingdom

Networking Engineering, Network Security And Ethical Hacking

when 17 July 2023 - 4 August 2023
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 7.5 EC
fee GBP 2200

What will you study?
You will be introduced to a range of network
engineering tools, network maths and
network protocols to ensure you gain the
knowledge and skills the industry demands.

Your tutors will work with you to give you an
understanding of network maths, network
protocols and how the latter enables the
network to function on a worldwide basis.

Course leader

Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment

Target group

University students

English language requirement: No formal qualification required; however all classes will be taught in English*

Academic pre requisites: Level 3 or equivalent

Course aim

During this short course you will explore
network engineering, network security and
ethical hacking within a wireless network

The course presents a holistic view of how
a computer networks system works to
provide the underpinning knowledge to aid
the student in the many areas of computer
technology. In addition, this course will
provide students with the ability to explore
the essential components to build several
prototypes of Internet of Things using
several technologies and platforms such as
Raspberry Pi, Arduino with some necessary
skills in Python and Linux.

Credits info

7.5 EC
15 UK credits equals 7.5 ETCS and 3 US credits
* Students who are unable to demonstrate
the required competence in the English
language are welcome to attend the
programme on a non-credit bearing
basis. Upon successful completion of
the programme you will be awarded a
Certificate of Attendance.

Fee info

• Academic course
• Accommodation for three weeks
• Birmingham airport pick-up and
• Cultural visits to London, Bath and
• Programme of social events
• International Summer School T-shirt

*Please note travel to the UK, visa costs and other personal
travel and living expenses are not included e.g. meals.
There are many shops, canteens, cafes, and restaurants
on or near the campus. We suggest that students should
budget a figure of approximately £10 50 per day for
additional food and drink.