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However, if you can demonstrate sufficient experience then you may be approved for the 'exam only' route.It should be noted however the assignments allow students the opportunity to achieve up to 50% of their final mark outside the exam environment, and also embed knowledge / necessitate wider reading (also helpful for the final assessment) so the decision to study by exam-only needs to be carefully considered.

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In order to apply for this route you would need to send us a CV which will be passed to the relevant Course Director to approve.

Those students who have already completed one ICA Diploma are automatically eligible for the exam-only route for their second or third Diploma.

What course you choose depends on your personal experience and which qualification you feel most comfortable studying and how many hours study you will be able to commit.

The Certificate programmes provide a strong foundation understanding of the key concepts and issues involved.

Other useful links: The Diploma is a part-time course deliberately designed for people in full-time work.

It is a combination of self-study at home (we recommend about 6-8 hours study per week dependant on experience) and attendance at workshops if these are available in your jurisdiction.

We recommend an average of 6-8 hours a week study time for each course depending on experience; this is assuming the study period is 3 months for Certificate courses, 6 months for Advanced Certificate courses and 9-12 months for Diplomas.

This is an average and you should plan to increase the amount of study time around assignment and exam times.

Many students do successfully study at Advanced Certificate or Diploma level without the related work experience.

For more information read ICT's blog: Which ICA qualification is right for me?

Many students do successfully study at Advanced Certificate or Diploma level without the related work experience For more information read ICT's blog: Which ICA qualification is right for me?

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