CNet is an Associate College of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge, UK
What is an Associate College?
An Associate College status confirms a long-term working relationship with the University with the intention of providing quality education opportunities with a commitment to lifelong learning. CNet has worked closely with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge, UK, for a number of years and this status confirmed the company’s full responsibility for the delivery of the world’s only Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management. The Masters Degree qualification will still be awarded by ARU with a full graduation ceremony, and it continues to be recognised with the same integrity of all the other ARU qualifications.
The Associate College status carries with it robust quality and academic standards, which CNet is proud to uphold. ARU undertake on-going inspections to ensure the Masters Degree program continues to reach desired quality standards, and, being a CNet program, it also conforms to the ISO standard that CNet adheres to. This quality focus ensures learners can be confident that they are receiving the best education possible.
What are the Benefits of the Associate College Status for CNet?
- It provides full responsibility for the Masters Degree program content to be designed and delivered by CNet, ensuring content can evolve and be updated in-line with sector requirements and reflect the latest trends and sector focuses
- CNet treat the content design of the Masters Degree program inline with all the technical education programs from The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework, whereby the content is regularly reviewed, refreshed and scoped in collaboration with global influencers and leaders from the industry itself
- CNet can also promote the Associate College status alongside the University’s name and logo