INTRODUCTION TO BACHELOR OF COMPUTER AND IT:
The Bachelors in Computer Science is perfect for students who want to combine their love of computers and how technology works with another major, whether it’s math or music.
The Bachelors of Computer science or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (abbreviated BCompSc or BCS or BS CS or B.Sc. CS) is a type of bachelor’s degree, usually awarded after three or four years of collegiate study in computer science, but possibly awarded in fewer years depending on factors such as an institution’s course requirements and academic calendar. In some cases it can be awarded in five years. In general, computer science degree programs emphasize the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing.
Ireland is one of the preeminent education providers in Europe having one of the lowest tuition fees. The country is esteemed for its kind and welcoming population alongside its emerald green landscape has a world-class education provision, often overlooked when considering studying abroad.
If you seek for new ideas, have good communication skills, reach out for creativity and openness in other words if you see your future bright in computer/IT then fly to Ireland!
Here Computer science degree courses equip you with a combination of practical and theoretical skills. Bachelor and Master Degrees in Computer Sciences focus on teaching and level of understanding that can help students as to how to go through thousands of code lines and identify software errors or computer bugs. Students are also equipped to maintain databases and designing user interfaces.
With 9 Higher education institutions the country will undoubtedly have a course to interest you at either postgraduate or undergraduate level. Whilst studying in Ireland on a course of NFQ Level 7 (Bachelor’s Degree) or above you are permitted to participate in part-time work for up to 20 hours a week during term-time and 40 hours per week during holiday time. Ireland has strong links with both the UK (its nearest neighbour) and the USA (home of many immigrant Irish families). Beyond social, political and industrial links it also shares links across its education institutions, which increases the opportunities to continue your education in these countries.
TYPES OF COURSES:
- Software engineering
- Computer science and engineering
- Software development
- Computer engineering
- Bachelors in artificial intelligence
- Creative Computing
- Computer game development
- Computer games programmer
- Cyber security
- Digital arts
- Information systems
- Computer science with game development
- Information technology management
- Computer network technology
- University college Dublin
- National college of Ireland
- Dublin Institute of Technology
- Dublin City University
- University College Cork
- Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
- Dundalk Institute of Technology
- Griffith College
- Dublin Business School
- Waterford Institute of Technology
- Institute of Technology Tallaght
- Institute of Public Administration
- Trinity College Dublin
- University of Limerick
- Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
- Maynooth University
- Entry requirements for courses may vary from year to year, depending on the number of places available and the number of applicants, so there is a great deal of competition for the more popular programmes.
- The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma is also accepted as meeting the minimum entry requirement for higher education programmes, provided due notice is taken of the various grades and combinations of subjects indicated in the current published entry requirements. Specific program and faculty requirements must be met at all institutions. All applications are assessed individually and the Diploma does not guarantee admission. Individual institutions may stipulate requirements additional to the minimum required.
- ILETS 6.0 for bachelors
FUTURE JOB/ CAREER OPTION:
- Manufacturing of Information Systems
- Maintenance and Sales
- Software and Hardware Development
- Telecommunication Networks Expertise
- System programmer/Software Engineer
- System Analyst
- Network Administrator
- Chip Designer
- Web Designer
- Application analyst
- Business analyst
- Data analyst
- Database administrator
- Games developer
- Information systems manager
- IT consultant
- Multimedia programmer
- SEO specialist
- Systems analyst
- Systems developer
- UX analyst
- Web developer