Bringing the Best of Both Worlds
We make sure that every instruction, skill set, and piece of knowledge offered aligns with industry requirements. To address the gap between the curriculum of current schools and business needs, we take advantage of our broad connections with local and global industry leaders. With these collaborations, we are able to give students access to the most recent and relevant industry information, techniques, and technologies. Graduates from this exciting mix of traditional classroom settings with practical industrial exposure are very competitive and marketable.
We are actively engaging in partnership with the industry to incorporate real-world case studies, skills and knowledge into classroom learning. Our classes are kept small and intimate to ensure optimal focus during lessons, and our curriculum design is aligned with the industry needs, thus producing industry-ready graduates. Collaborations between university and industry offer students the most current and relevant industry knowledge, practices & technologies. These collaborations also provide students with valuable networking opportunities and potential job placements. By staying connected to the industry, we can continuously update our curriculum to meet the evolving needs of employers and ensure that our graduates are well-prepared for their careers.
Industry certification is a credential awarded by professional organisations to individuals who demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and competence in a specific field. It validates their expertise and proficiency. The goal of these certifications is to instruct and prepare exceptionally talented students to become globally recognised, industry-ready computer specialists. By staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and technologies, our curriculum ensures that students are equipped with the necessary skills to thrive in the rapidly evolving field of technology and innovation. Additionally, our programmes incorporate practical hands-on experiences and real-world projects to further enhance students' problem-solving abilities to foster their creativity.
All classes are held on campus during the first academic year. Among them include: