What to expect:
- Qualified, kind, helpful and caring teachers
- Friendly and helpful seniors
- 768 hours of courses and practical work for year three, mostly basic courses for building strong foundation in computer science
- 4 elearing courses.
How to make yourself ready:
- Get familiar with ICT by using them, and observe them. It may help you to understand the concept of the course and example with less effort.
- Make sure you can understand basic English and English used in ICT as most of the course material are in English.
- Recall Informatique course you have learned in I1.
- Be passionate about computer science. Even you don't, fake it until you make it.
- Start to learn from material you can find on the Internet (e.g. Python for beginner) as it will become an important part of your professional life.
Some guideline for learning:
- Participate very class. If you miss one, ask your classmate for wrapup.
- Ask questions even you think it's naive or childish.
- Do all the works teach give and participate actively in class.
- Try to help your classmate as much as you can.
- Ask for help from classmate, seniors and teachers if you need.
- Translate all new keywords. It will help you understand next lesson easier.
What to expect for your professional life:
- You can work directly in ICT domain, such as programming, network administrating, system administrating, database administrating, researcher, etc. Or work in other domains that involve with ICT, such as business intelligence, data analysis, manufacturing, etc.
- The salary for fresh graduate ranges from 350 to 500 USD. You can earn up to 700 to 1000 USD after two years.