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An integrated work-study programme where you Pay Only After You Earn

For a limited time only, Lithan is offering 100 places across ASEAN and India Subcontinent for our Pay After You Earn scheme to our Top Students who register for the Earn & Learn programme.

Upon selection, you only pay your course fee after you get a job. Register Now to be part of this programme! Read on to have a better understanding on the Earn & Learn to an International Degree programme.


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Problems with Traditional Education

Getting cooped up in the university learning theoretical concepts without industry engagement will not develop graduates with work ready skills. This has resulted in almost 50% of the graduates unable to secure employment after their graduation. With the high tuition fees and opportunity costs, it is a poor return on investment.


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Applied Learning Delivers Work Ready Skilled Graduates


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Job Ready in 6 Months*

We get you job ready in as little as 6 months with our full time coding bootcamp where you undergo rigorous training from 9 am – 6 pm daily with mentoring support from our industry practitioner.

You will acquire coding skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, J-query, Ajax, Python, MongoDB and be ready to embark on your career as a full-stack web developer.

*Learners with 'O' Levels or equivalence will undergo a 12 months bootcamp instead.


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Up to 30 Months of

Working Experience

You will undergo full time on-the-job training while studying part time for up to 30 months. Earn while you learn with the 6 months paid internship and up to 24 months paid employment as a junior web developer.

Beyond additional coding skills in Java and .NET, you will also learn agile methodology to acquire collaborative skills for working in a global virtual distributed software development environment.


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Internationally Recognised Qualification

Not only do you gain working experience, you get a Pearson Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing that provides accreditation towards internationally recognised degrees from across UK and Australia.

You may choose to complete the top-up degree with Lithan and to get a degree issued from either Victoria University, Australia or University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom.


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Global Exposure & Network

Through our global campus and strong international networks, learners get to experience the different cultures and to work with talents from various countries. Learners may choose to study in any of Lithan's campuses in Singapore, India, Malaysia, Myanmar.

You may be enjoying the sea breeze in Bali while working on projects from Singapore. The possibilities are endless and the choice is yours to make.


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Future Ready
Digital Career

Given the digital revolution, it is no secret that tech careers are flourishing.

According to a recent survey by Glassdoor, 14 of the 25 highest paying in-demand top jobs for 2015 are in technology. Software Development is ranked #1 top job by U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics. A new global study by Evans Data says that demand for web developers is growing at 25% a year.

A web development intern in Myanmar can expect an internship allowance around USD 80-120 per month.


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How does it work?

Bootcamp CLaaS® delivers an intensive 6 or 12 months, 9am to 6pm, on campus, 907 hours of guided training by industry practitioners; 3X the time spent in traditional 360hrs training. We provide face2face mentoring support with full campus facilities to ensure implementation of project with deepening of skills.

Learners continue their journey with full-time work while studying for up to 21 months to obtain a BTEC HND and complete their 12 months top degree. Your success is our priority. We guarantee* up to 21 months of work experience with your local enterprise after completion of 6 months CLaaS® Bootcamp.

Bootcamp CLaaS® is currently available for residents of the following countries: Singapore, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Ghana, Amsterdam and Sri Lanka.


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Complete 360hrs of guided elearning, Streaming flipped CLaaS® with Assignment & Labs to gain skills. Enjoy study visits to CLaaS® Campus to enjoy campus facilities across more than 6 international locations and experience the diversity of cultures while learning.

You have the flexibility to look for your own work experience at you own local community to gain work skills or talk to our career coaches for job placement support for a fee.


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Lithan Myanmar hosts a wide variety of Learning Facilities for Lithan's trainNplace learners, including High Bandwidth Interactive Classrooms, Booths for Online Mentoring, Co-working spaces for group studies and a pantry where learners can hang out after a long day of studying.

Visit us at:

631/ 5E, Pyay Road, (Junction of Pyay Road & Inya Road)
Kamayut Township, Yangon, Myanmar


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Product Information


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What do I get
Get Trained
Learn to build web applications and interfaces in .Net C#, Java, Python and PHP along with front-end programming tools like HTML, HTML5, CSS, Java Scripts, JAVAFX, Adobe Flex etc, using SCRUM development methodology and GITHUB collaborative development environment
Get Experiential
With the guidance of industry practitioners, design, develop and deploy Web Applications such as e-commerce portal, social media application etc. in one or more programming languages, using Scrum methodology and Github, in a simulated project environment.
Get Hired
Get placed as a learning apprentice or a Junior Developer in an Enterprise during or after the course.
Get Certified
Upon successful course completion, the learner can appear for certification exams related to Microsoft, Oracle Java, ZEND PHP 5 etc. In addition, learners will receive an award of “Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing (Applications Development) (RQF)”. 

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Who should attend and prerequisites
Who Should Attend
Higher education students who are interested in developing complex Web Applications and Interfaces on multiple development frameworks using Scrum & Github
Entry Requirements

Minimum Age: 18   


Academic Level: Pearson BTEC Level 3 90-Credit Diploma in IT (QCF) or 3 GCE A level passes in any subject or its equivalent  


Language proficiency: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent or candidate who has been taught at secondary school with English as medium of instruction

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Pearson Level 3 90-Credit Diploma in IT
Module 1: Communication and Employability Skills for IT

IU1: Employability in IT Sector - An Introduction
IU2: Personal attributes of a Professional
IU3: Principles of effective communication 
IU4: Effective communication using IT
IU5: Effective interpersonal skills 
IU6: Effective technical presentations
IU7: Personal development planning

Module 2: Computer Systems

IU1: Introduction to Computer Systems
IU2: Computer System Hardware
IU3: Computer System Software
IU4: Operating System Basics
IU5: Computer System Specifications
IU6: Assembling a Computer System
IU7: Installing and Configuring a Computer System  
IU8: Testing a Computer System
IU9: Computer System Maintenance

Module 3: System Analysis and Design

IU1: Introduction to System Analysis and Design
IU2: Principles of system analysis
IU3: Software Development Lifecycle
IU4: Structured Analysis
IU5: Business Requirements Documentation
IU6: System Design

Module 4: Object Oriented Programming

IU1: Principles of Object Oriented Programming
IU2: Object oriented tools and techniques 
IU3: Designing an Object Oriented Application
IU4: Implementing an Object Oriented Application
IU5: Testing an Object Oriented Application
IU6: Documenting an Object Oriented Application

Module 5: Database Design

IU1: Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems
IU2: SQL Basics
IU3: Introduction to MySQL
IU4: Designing a Relational Database
IU5: Advanced SQL
IU6: Developing Data Entry Forms using HTML and Java Scripts
IU7: Integrating Database with Forms    
IU8:  Testing a Database 

Module 6: Computer Systems Architecture

IU1: Introduction to Computer System Architecture
IU2: Data Operations in Computer System
IU3: Boolean Logic Operations
IU4: Components of Computer System
IU5: Processors in Computer System
IU6: Computer System Memory
IU7: Communication between Processors and Peripherals
IU8: Registers in Computer System
IU9: Low-level Programming

Module 7: Data Analysis and Design

IU1: Different Database Types: A Comparisons
IU2: Introduction to Data Modelling
IU3: Different Modelling Methodologies
IU4: Logical Data Modelling
IU5: Developing a Logical Data Model
IU6: Implementing a Logical Data Model
IU7: Testing a Logical Data Model

Module 8: Client Side Customisation of Web Pages

IU1: HTML Basics
IU2: CSS Basics
IU3: Java Script Basics
IU4: More about HTML
IU5: More about CSS
IU6: More about Java Script
IU7: Using HTML, CSS and Java Script together
IU8: Design Web Pages using CSS
IU9: Creating interactive pages
IU10: Testing interactive pages

Module 9: Website Production

IU1:Introduction to Web Architecture
IU2: Web Site Architecture Basics
IU3: Client Side programming
IU4: Server Side programming
IU5: Website Performance and Security
IU6: Designing an interactive website

Pearson Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing (Applications Development)
Module 1: Programming

IU1: Introduction to Algorithms
IU2 : Processing Code
IU3: Procedural Programming - An overview
IU4: Object oriented programming - An overview
IU5: Event Driven Programming - An Overview
IU6: Introduction to C# programming
IU7: Using visual Studio Express IDE
IU8: C# Programming
IU9: C# Programming : Working with WHILE iterations and Data types
IU10: C# Programming : Classes and Methods
IU11: C# Programming - Namespacers and modifiers
IU12: C# Programming - Decision statements and Handling exceptions
IU13: C# Programming - Collections and Event - Driven programming
IU14: C# Programming - Implement an Algorithm
IU15: Debugging programs
IU16: Coding Standards and Benefits

Module 2: Networking

IU1: Introduction to Computer networks
IU2 : Network Types
IU3: Networking Standards
IU4:Network topology
IU5: Network protocols
IU6: Network Devices
IU7: Networking Software
IU8: Network servers and workstations
IU9: Network Design: Bandwidth and Users
IU10: Network Design : Networking services and Applications
IU11: Network Design : Networking Communications
IU12: Network Design : Scalability and selection of components
IU13: Installing networking Devices
IU14 :Verification of configuration and connectivity
IU15:Network System Monitoring 
IU16 :Network Maintenance Schedule
IU17: Diagnosing and Resolving Network issues

Module 3: Professional Practice

IU1: Interpersonal and communication skills for working professionals
IU2 : Effective Communication
IU3: Interpersonal Skills
IU4: Time management skills
IU 5: Problem Solving : Introduction and examples
IU 6: Problem Solving : Specification of the problem
IU7: Problem Solving - Identification of the outcomes
IU8: Problem Solving - Methods and Tools
IU9 : Problem Solving - Planning and Implementing
IU10: Problem Solving - Evaluation
IU11: Working with others
IU12: Teams and Team Building
IU13: Continuous Professional Development - An overview
IU14: CPD: Responsibilities of working professional
IU15: CPD: Performance Objectives
IU16: CPD: Evidence Criteria for performance
IU17: CPD: Motivation and performance
IU18: CPD: Development Plan

Module 4: Database Design and Development

IU1: Introduction to Algorithms
IU2 : Processing Code
IU3: Procedural Programming - An overview
IU4: Object oriented programming - An overview
IU 5: Event Driven Programming - An Overview
IU 6: Introduction to C# programming
IU7: Using visual Studio Express IDE
IU8: C# Programming
IU9: C# Programming : Working with WHILE iterations and Data types
IU10: C# Programming : Classes and Methods
IU11: C# Programming - Namespacers and modifiers
IU12: C# Programming - Decision statements and Handling exceptions
IU13: C# Programming - Collections and Event - Driven programming
IU14: C# Programming - Implement an Algorithm

Module 5: Security

IU1: IT Security Risks
IU2 : Organisational Security - An Overview
IU3: Evaluating IT Security Solutions
IU4: Network security infrastructure
IU 5: Network Performance
IU 6: Data security
IU7: Security Data centers
IU8: Vulnerabilty
IU9: Enterprise risk management
IU10: Company Regulations for Security
IU11: Manage organizational security

Module 6: Managing a Successful Computing Project

IU1: IT project Management
IU2 : Project initiation and planning
IU3: Work breakdown structure - An overview
IU4: Bar and Gantt Charts
IU 5: Project Execution
IU 6: Quantitative and Qualitative Research methods
IU7: Field work
IU8: Sampling Approaches
IU9: Data Collection - Tools and Techniques
IU10: Data Analysis Techniques
IU11: Communicating Project Outcomes
IU12: Reflection for learning and practice
IU13: Reflection in Action and Reflection on Action
IU14: Reflective Writing
IU15: Acheiving specific and actionable outcomes in computing projects

Module 7: Software Development Lifecycles

IU1: Introduction to SDLC
IU2 : SDLC models
IU3: SDLC Stages
IU4: Testing and integration in SDLC
IU 5: Feasibility study of software Application
IU 6: Requirement gathering Techniques
IU7: Feasibility criteria
IU8: Components
IU9: Requirement types and proritization
IU10: SDLC execution - An overview
IU11: Identifying Requirements
IU12: Constraints in SDLC
IU13: SDLC Report Documentation
IU14: Systems Analysis : Terminology and Tools
IU15: System Analysis - Investigation
IU16: System Analysis - Techniques
IU17: Software Design Techniques and Comparison

Module 8: Website Design and Development

IU1: Introduction to websites
IU2 : Website Hosting
IU3: Website management
IU4: Server Technologies
IU5: Website technologies
IU6: Website development Tools
IU7: Gathering and Defining website requirements
IU8: Website requirements :Client Vs User
IU9: Designing Website UI based on Audience & purpose
IU10 : Website Accessability Standards and Guidelines
IU11: creating and Managing website Content
IU12: Testing a Multi - page website : An overview
IU13: Factors influencing website performance
IU14: Website performance : Impact of User interface
IU15: Website performance : Impact of SEO and indexing
IU16: Website Performance : Impact of W3C Validation
IU17: Website Testing process

Module 9: Computing Research Project

IU1: Introduction to research methodologies
IU2 : Developing a research proposition
IU3: Saunder's research propoistion
IU4: Conceptualization of research
IU5: Qualitative reasearch
IU6: Quantitative Research
IU7: Mixed Method research
IU8: Stakeholders of a research project
IU9: Communication research outcomes
IU10: Convincing Arguments for reasearch outcomes
IU11: Reflection for learning and Practice
IU12: Cycle of reflection
IU13: Reflective writing

Module 10: Business Intelligence

IU1: Business Intelligence for Decision Making
IU2 : BI and Business process model
IU3: Mechanisms to Support Decision Making
IU4: Business processes of an enterprise
IU5: BI for Operational, tactical and strategic Business Decisions 
IU6: Bi functionality
IU7: Systems and Technologies - Operational , Tactical, startegic
IU8: BI tools and techniques - An overview
IU9: Descriptive and predictive Analysis
IU10: Data mining techniques
IU11: Designing an Advanced Problem - Solving tool
IU12: Designing an Advanced Decision making Tool
IU13: BI & cybersecurity
IU14: Evaluating BI Solutions

Module 11: Prototyping

IU1: Introduction to Prototyping
IU2: Prototyping Methodologies
IU3: Prototype Development Tools
IU4: Plan a Prototype
IU5: Develop prototype
IU 6: Test prototype
IU7: Evaluate prototype
IU8: Develop prototype - Case study
IU9: Test prototype - Case Study
IU10: Evaluate prototype - Case Study
IU11: Application testing
IU12: Application Maintenance and Support

Module 12: Application Programming Interfaces

IU1: Introduction to API's
IU2 :Various types of API's
IU3: API Use - An Example
IU4: API Design
IU5: API Implementation
IU6: API Testing
IU7: Web Series with JAVA
IU8: Design an API for JAVA Application - case study
IU9: Implement an API for JAVA Application - Case Study
IU10: Testing an API for JAVA Application - Case Study
IU11: Application testing
IU12: Application Maintenance and Support

Module 13: Application Development

IU1: Introduction to Application development process
IU2: Phase 1 - Analysis
IU3: Phase 2 - Application Design
IU4: Software Design Methodologies and tools for JAVA
IU5: Development Methodology and Tools for JAVA
IU6: Phase 3: Application Development
IU7: Develop a JAVA web Application - Part 1
IU8: Develop a JAVA web Application - Part 2
IU9: Develop a JAVA web Application - Part 3
IU10: Develop Support Docimentation
IU11: Phase 4: Application testing
IU12: Phase 5: Application Maintenance and Support

Module 14: Database Management System

IU1: Introduction to Database management System
IU2: Data models
IU3: Relational Data Structures
IU4: Contraints
IU5: Normalization
IU6: Modelling Languages
IU7: Transaction and currency
IU8: Various Database Management System
IU9: Design a DBMS system
IU10: Application design using a DBMS system
IU11: Develop a DBMS system
IU12: Designing an Advanced Decision Making tool
IU13: Testing and optimyzing a DBMS System 
IU14: Database Administration Tools

Module 15: Advanced Programming

IU1: Object oriented programming concepts
IU2: Object oriented Class relationships
IU3: UML class Diagrams
IU4: UML Tools
IU5: Devlop a class Diagram
IU6: Design Pattern Concepts
IU7: Introduction to Java
IU8: Introduction to JAVA IDEs
IU9: Design Patterns in JAVA
IU10 : Using JAVA to implement Design Patterns
IU11: Design Patterns - Creational, structural and Behavioural pattern types
IU12: Design Pattern Scenarios - Examples

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Pricing and Funding
Course Fees: USD 9,000
Student Loans and Funding

Lithan's Earn and Learn Programme lets students earn an income to fund their expenditure while they study for their international degree.


Students who meet a minimum academic criteria are eligible for a tuition loan. Contact us to find out more!

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Student Testimonials


Student in Earn and Learn Programme

I like studying at Lithan, it gives me the freedom to study at my own pace.


Lwin Moe Aung

Student in Earn and Learn Programme

"Lithan has many good facilities and (a) very strong support system..."


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Employer Testimonials

Zaw Win Tun

Managing Director of Digital Dots

"...the curriculum based skills leaning is created for the current industry needs, so is designed from employer’s perspective."


Yan Linn Thor

Founder and CEO of Evolx

Lithan’s approach is completely different. Even before they get the certificate the students have to work and get the experience of working in a real company doing real projects.


Kim Grant

Managing Director, Blue Stone

Lithan has good reputation and has a competency based curriculum for students,It is designed from an employer’s perspective. The knowledge and digital skills learnt is very industry relevant.


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