Computing

SubjectComputing Science, Information Technology

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeBSc (Hons)

CostCZK 195,800

CityPrague

Cost non-EUCZK 195,800

UniversityPrague College

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Overview

This undergraduate computing programme provides a technical education to give you the practical and theoretical skills to pursue a wide range of careers in IT, computing and multimedia. You study in a highly practical environment, gaining the experience, skills and confidence that comes from successfully realizing your own projects. 

You can choose a pathway in either General Computing or Multimedia Design and Development during the first two years, each of which culminates in the final project in year three. 

The first two years can be studied full-time or part-time while combining daytime, evening, weekend and blended learning classes. The final year is organised entirely around evening and weekend classes to allow for flexibility for both full-time students and part-time professionals.

Opportunity & Inspiration

  • A highly practical approach to teaching brings you into direct contact with many industry leading companies and individuals.
  • Confidence-building through projects and real-life computing contexts.
  • Outstanding lecturers and professional guest lecturers bring their experience and influence directly into the classroom.
  • A solid theoretical and highly practical approach to teaching provides the best of both academic know-how and real-life experience.
  • Applicants with previous university education in IT, computing or multimedia may apply for entry directly into the second or third year. Please note that the third year is offered only as full-time study, with classes on one weekday afternoon (5:00-9:20pm) and at weekends.
     

Career Success

The General Computing pathway provides solid background and training to enable graduates to work as network specialists, database designers, web designers and IT programers.

The Multimedia Design & Development pathway provides direct focus on the fast-growing areas of the multimedia industry, such as mobile app and computer games development, 2D, 3D modelling, and animation. Students who choose this pathway may go into film, and TV, animation, advertising or the web and games industry.


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