Examinations are held twice per year in March / April and September. Examinations are held at independent venues (often the British Council) and not the approved centre.
Online registration is now available for March 2015. This is currently available for Manchester, Ghana (Accra), Mauritius, Nigeria (Lagos), Pakistan (Lahore), Sri Lanka (Colombo), Sri Lanka (Jaffna) and Sri Lanka (Kandy).
The Diploma modules; Principles of Internet Technologies and Systems Analysis & Design and the PGD modules; Web Engineering and Realising the User Interface are unavailable online. Students who wish to apply for these modules should complete and submit a paper application.
Return the completed application together with the fee payable to: British Computer Society.
BCS membership is required to sit an exam.
Not all modules are examined at every session.
Note: The Examination entry form should be used for non-standard venue exam entries and modules not available online. More standard venues will be available to book via the online facility above as they become available.
Note: The closing date for non-standard venues is 15 January 2015; this date applies to all non-standard venues for standard exam entry and re-sits.
|Exam periods 2014/15
|Closing date for exam entry||15 July 2014
||15 January 2015|
|Closing date for professional projects entry
||31 August 2014
||28 February 2015|
|Closing date for exam resits entry||31 July 2014
||31 January 2015|
|Closing date for projects proposals||31 August 2014||30 April 2015|
|Exam period||22-26 September 2014
||23-31 March 2015|
|Results release date||December 2014
Candidates who have a successful Project Proposal outcome in March / April session will be eligible to submit a project by the closing date in the September 2014 session.