With the technological boom in the world, efforts are being made to make computers and information systems more efficient, making programs related to computer science, information technology and innovation more exciting for young people.

Computer science combines many fields such as mathematics, programming, engineering, psychology, and linguistics. It is concerned with the design of carefully defined programs, the implementation of effective solutions in the areas of communications and information systems, and the selection of programming languages and engineering techniques.

Study options

Basically, the programs of computer science and information technology focus on the basic principles and practical knowledge of modern techniques, so that the holder of a university degree can be able to cope with the labor market.

Typically, the duration of a bachelor's degree in computer science varies from 3 to 5 years according to the university regulations, the student's study programs and the disciplines available.

Programs in computer science mainly focus on PC systems and software development in a networked environment, depending on the tools available.

Universities and institutions proposed for the study of computer science abroad

• Canberra Institute of Technology – Australia

Kingston University – United Kingdom

• North West London College – United Kingdom

• Martin School of Economics, Technology and design – Australia

• University of Southern New Hampshire – United States of America

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements vary depending on the university and the study programs available, but in general you have to collect at least 280 degrees in the UCAS exam, in addition to proving your proficiency in the English language by passing one of the TOEFL exams.

Career prospects

Bachelor's degree in computer science gives the holder many career prospects, most notably: Software engineer, programmer, web Developer, game developer, programmer, and graphic designer.

In addition, many universities encourage students to develop and market their ideas through grants and exhibitions that encourage creativity and innovation.