HND stands for Higher National Diploma. It is a work-related higher education qualification. HND is designed to provide the skills that can be utilized in a particular job / field. HND may take two years or more depending upon performance of students and is highly valued by employers around the globe. It is being provided by about 400 universities and institutes of further education or HND top up in the UK.
Since HND is designed to provide you with the skills for a certain field of work, it can lead you straight to a career. You can also convert your HND to a bachelor’s degree in the UK with some extra study. Once you complete the course, it can allow you an entry into second or third year of a bachelor’s degree course in numerous institutions worldwide
HND QUICK FACTS
At least 2 ‘A’ levels and 5 subjects of ‘O’ levels, Intermediate, Matric and Work related experience. Appropriate English language skills.
University of Birmingham, University of Manchester, University of Nottingham, University of Leeds, University of Bristol, University of Southampton, University of Glasgow, University of Sheffield, University of Liverpool, University of Edinburgh, University of Warwick, University of Leicester, University of Exeter, University of Reading, University of Kent
Please note that acceptance criteria may vary among universities and specific programs. It is advisable to check with the admissions department of each institution to determine the exact entry requirements for your desired course of study. Additionally, it’s important to research individual university websites or contact their admissions offices for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding HND graduate admissions