Positives: Focuses on teaching students the essentials of IT rather than technical stuff, which would be taught to you in the workplace anyway. A wider range of topics helps with pursuing employment opportunities
Negatives: It's a bit too packed and would be better off as a 4 year course. They expect very quick learning and this can cause students with no prior experience to fall behind. The educational staff are also sometimes very lax.
My advice to future students is: Take some programming courses early. If you don't like programming or don't have a mind for it, either don't do the degree or try to catch up.
Positive- the learning contents of the course is detailed, most of he assignments were of practical aspect, being dual degree it give an opportunities to combine business and IT
Negative- very limited amount of optional subjects available to choose from.
My advice to future students is: Get maximum out of the group assignments as it helps to build network
Positives were the flexibility of the course, it was interesting and I learnt a lot. Negatives were some aspects were boring, the structure wasn't the best and there was no requirement to go to classes which meant that students learnt less as there was no requirement to show up.
My advice to future students - To think about the field of IT you want to go into before you graduate
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