Robotics, Business Forecasting and Modeling and Corporate Problem Solving – New courses at the Information Technology School (ITS)

The modern age has placed a serious challenge before education – to prepare young people for what awaits them in a world of continuous change and progress. The IT industry is developing rapidly and is becoming integrated into all aspects of business, regardless of the industry in question. This is why the Information Technology School – ITS, keeping up with the latest trends, enriches its curriculum with new courses every year so as to provide students with useful knowledge applicable in real business challenges.  

Problem Solving in Business – Be ready to tackle real business challenges

The Fourth Industrial Revolution has been going on for a while now, bringing with it new business challenges that can only be solved with the use of the latest technologies. Business forecasting and modeling has become necessary for businesses, because they have to be prepared to respond to all changes occurring on daily basis. It would be expected that one should acquire such knowledge during studies, and that graduates should be prepared for their future professions.
Students of ITS actively participate in each lecture, offer their ideas, and come up with the best solutions together with the professors. This way, we encourage their creativity and enable them to apply their knowledge to concrete ideas while still at school.
ITS provides its students with an education that follows the latest trends in the field of information technologies, and this year, we have expanded our curriculum with new courses.
Problem Solving in Business is a revolutionary method in solving real business problems through student teams that operate as mini companies, and which are given real business problems to solve. The whole learning process involves student discussion and the presentation of the entire process. In addition to teachers, successful business people are also given an insight into their work, so they could share their experiences with students and evaluate their work first-hand. This way, students are introduced to the business principles that will be necessary for their future work. Through its curriculum ITS provides its students with practical knowledge they will need in their future careers.

Designing and programming state-of-the-art robots

Robots have long since become part of every major industry, and their application in everyday life is no longer science fiction, but a reality. This branch of information technologies is constantly evolving and developing, and so is the demand for experts in this field. However, to be able to manufacture new models, one must be familiar with all the aspects of robot control and construction. 
Students of ITS have the opportunity to learn how robots operate in the new course, Robotics, and become part of the design and development of experimental robot models which are yet to be implemented. Learning and using the Python programming language, they will come up with new solutions that can be applied on specific business tasks in this area. 
It is this approach to studies and work on concrete projects that enables students to become part of the IT industry immediately upon graduation, and thus become more competitive in the labor market.

Study programs for the best-paid jobs of today   

The Information Technology School – ITS is in such great demand precisely because of its innovative approach to study programs and practical knowledge all our graduates receive. Students of ITS have the opportunity to choose between the four most in-demand and best-paid IT majors: Information Technologies, Computer Multimedia, Information Systems, and e-Business. We also offer accredited master's programs in IT − two-year master's programs will provide you with a wide range of expert knowledge of information technologies, which allows our students to position themselves among the most sought-after experts today, and acquire an applied master's degree in information technology engineering.
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