Usually people study 3 or 4 years at university to get a bachelors degree. I started studying bachelors in computer science and passed first 3 semesters in 1.5 years at country X.
Moved to UK and then I started my HND (Higher National Diploma) which was 2 years course at a local not so known college, however awarding body is a famous organization.
To convert my HND into Bachelors (Hons) I did a TOP-UP 1 year degree course and received a degree certificate from a WELL KNOWN university with 2:1 (2nd class upper division), missed 1st class by few marks.
I am already in profession with more then 6 years of professional experience and my position is of graduate.
Now in my CV, degree from X university with Y grade in year Z... looks like a top selling point. Is such thing acceptable ? while doing so... I won't mention my HND or institute where I studied this degree course at. At the end of the day I have a degree certificate which says studied at college X awarded by university Y....
I want to keep it simple by stating that I received Bsc(Hons) degree with grade 2:1, from university X year ending XXXX.
I don't want to make it prominent that I completed the degree within 1 year or at college XXX but I am afraid of being accused of hiding details on how exactly I acquired this degree.
One of the main reason for above statement is that because we have limited space on CV, so while refreshing it, I am thinking of trimming it down on education and put more of experience as I have much more of it now then I had it some years ago as a fresh graduate.