Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is a professional qualification accredited by Cisco for network professionals. This course teaches you to network, operate and troubleshoot complex networks and systems.
The CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum provides you with an integrated and comprehensive coverage of networking topics, from the basics to advanced applications and services. It also gives you the opportunity for hands-on practical experience and soft-skills development.
You'll learn about networking based on technology and cover networking concepts using a top-down, theoretical and integrated approach. This will include network applications and the network protocols and services provided to those applications by the lower layers of the network.
You'll find CCNA Routing and Switching ideal if you have advanced problem solving and analytical skills. The curriculum is also a comprehensive and theoretical learning experience for analytical students, and uses language that aligns well with engineering concepts.
Interactive activities are embedded in the curriculum, along with detailed, theoretical content. You can make use of our advanced labs to develop your critical thinking and problem-solving skills through exploration and research.
You can get two certifications from our course:
Prerequisite for the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Part and Full time courses
You'll be required to have:
You're also required to have a Windows-based PC or laptop with internet connection if you want to study the material outside of the University premises.
The minimum English language requirements for the CCNA Routing and Switching course are:
For more information about how to take an IELTS exam (the preferred qualification) please see the British Council's Website.
You may be exempt from formal English qualifications if:
Retakes of Cisco CCNA courses
The course fee covers a maximum of two assessments for any short course. If a student cannot pass the exam after the second attempt, they must take the course again. This could mean taking the whole course again or just sitting an additional assessment. This will be decided by the course leader. Retaking a course will incur an additional fee.
Semesters one to four of the Cisco Networking Academy Programme (CNAP) are equivalent to 280 hours of instruction. If you successfully complete this portion of the programme, you're fully prepared to earn the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification.
The four semesters of the CCNA Routing and Switching course are divided by title:
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Week 1 beginning 21 January 2020
Week 2 beginning 28 January 2020
Week 3 beginning 4 February 2020
Week 4 beginning 11 February 2020
Week 5 beginning 18 February 2020
Week 6 beginning 25 February 2020
Week 7 beginning 3 March 2020
Week 8 beginning 10 March 2020
Week 9 beginning 17 March 2020
Week 10 beginning 24 March 2020
Week 11 beginning 31 March 2020
Week 12 beginning 21 April 2020
Week 13 beginning 28 April 2020
Week 14 beginning 5 May 2020
Week 15 beginning 12 May 2020
Week 16 beginning 19 May 2020
Week 17 beginning 26 May 2020
Week 18 beginning 2 June 2020
Week 19 beginning 9 June 2020
Week 20 beginning 16 June 2020
Week 21 beginning 23 June 2020
Week 22 beginning 29 September 2020
Week 23 beginning 6 October 2020
Week 24 beginning 13 October 2020
Week 25 beginning 20 October 2020
Week 26 beginning 27 October 2020
Week 27 beginning 3 November 2020
Week 28 beginning 10 November 2020
Week 29 beginning 17 November 2020
Week 2 beginning 10 February 2020
Week 3 beginning 17 February 2020
Week 4 beginning 24 February 2020
Week 5 beginning 2 March 2020
Week 6 beginning 9 March 2020
Week 7 beginning 16 March 2020
Week 8 beginning 23 March 2020
Week 9 beginning 30 March 2020
Week 10 beginning 20 April 2020
Week 11 beginning 27 April 2020
Week 12 beginning 4 May 2020 2020
Week 13 beginning 11 May 2020
Payment must be made in full via our eShop before the start of the course. Payment of the fee in full will qualify you for a 10% discount for all four modules.
If we give you the option to split the payment please note that you are still committed to pay any outstanding fees before starting the second module, or when you are asked to do so. Please read our terms and conditions before proceeding with any payments. Current and former London Met degree students and staff also are entitled to a 10% discount. Please note that the 10% discount is only applicable once.
Full-time courses cost £2,670 for all four modules. If paying in full you will be entitled to a discounted price of £2,400 for all four modules. When paying, please add two items to your basket in the discounted eShop. If an instalment option is available, you may pay £1,335 for two modules in the eShop. Please make sure you read and understand our terms and conditions before making any payments.
Part-time courses cost £1,940 for all four modules. Please pay £970 for two modules in the eShop. If you are entitled to a 10% discount, then the reduced price is £870 per module in the discounted eShop. Please make sure you read and understand our terms and conditions before making any payments.
There is no official closing date for this course, but you are advised to apply as early as possible as we will only consider your application if there are places available on the course. If you have missed the deadline please get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Course administrator: Adele Almammedova - firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)20 7133 3627
Course leader: Dr Shahram Salekzamankhani - email@example.com or +44 (0)20 7133 3705
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