In the ICT & Infrastructure bachelor study programme you will be trained as an infrastructure specialist. You will be the engineer who ensures that all information and communication systems work optimally and continue to work on the infrastructure that has been created.
Infrastructure specialists also know how to manage, monitor and secure all IT-resources.
Consider also the rapidly changing technology (virtualisation - cloud) and the increase in the complexity of current IT landscapes. New management, monitor tooling and the ongoing further automation of management tasks also play a role in the daily practice of the infrastructure specialist.
In addition to managing existing IT infrastructure, the specialist is also capable of advising on a new infrastructure, designing, testing and realizing it from a set of requirements and new technology. In short, a fascinating spectrum of activities to optimally serve and support ICT systems for companies and their users.
In the first year you follow courses and projects in five study programmes. In the first semester you will focus on basic ICT related subjects, and go more indepth in one of the five programmes; from the second semester you will focus on more subjects related to either ICT & Technology, ICT & Software Engineering, ICT & Business, ICT & Media Design or ICT & Infrastructure. In the second year you will spend 3 days of classes in your chosen study programme and 2 days in 1 or 2 specialisations of your choice. At the end of the second year, you can decide what your final specialisation will be. In the third year you will do your first internship for six months. The last semester of the fourth year will be your graduation semester in a company.
Location: Eindhoven, the Netherlands,
Duration: 4 years
Placement: in the third year (second semester) in an international company
• Academic transcript in English and native language
• Motivation Letter
• Studielink.nl registration
• Copy of ID
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