Sweden is a rich country with a stable economy. Every year Sweden is becoming more modern and technological, and for this it needs qualified IT specialists and programmers. Many foreign students from nearby European countries go to Sweden precisely to study information technology, IT and programming, which provides them with a decent life in the future. Swedish study programs are considered to be of very high quality, and universities annually invite talented students from abroad.
Advantages of studying in Sweden
- Prestigious education
- Valuable diploma
- Availability of scholarships
- Teaching in English.
An excellent option for admission to a Swedish university for a Russian-speaking student is admission through the ONCAMPUS program at Kristianstad University.
ONCAMPUS programs – special courses for preparing for admission to universities around the world – are created in partnership with the international organization Cambridge Education Group and leading universities in the UK.
Advantages of study programs of ONCAMPUS centers:
- Guaranteed admission to the university after the end of the courses
- Program flexibility
- Quality courses and experienced teachers
- Accreditations of national and international commissions
- Study on the campus of the university.
The university itself has about 60 specialties and 300 different courses, each of which has a high level of teaching in English and Swedish.
Main reasons to study at Kristianstad University
- Prestigious and well-known educational institution
- High places in general and subject ratings
- Serious research and development
- Small sizes of study groups
- Highly qualified teachers and staff
- A combination of tradition and modernity
- High level of comfort and equipment.
- Software development
- Business management.
The most popular program at the university is a bachelor's degree in computer science with a specialization in the Internet.
This engineering course is designed for those who want to develop the digital reality of the future, for students interested in developing both hardware and software. You will learn to program in Java, Python and C, gain extensive knowledge in mathematics and sensor technology, which will allow you to integrate computer systems with the physical world from an engineering point of view, creating conditions for greater efficiency and accuracy, economic benefits. You'll also learn how to develop different devices.
The second most popular, the Undergraduate Software Development program, will provide you with both theoretical depth and practical skills. You will learn to program in Java and Python, as well as in a number of other programming languages, learn how to develop web applications, client-server applications, applications for mobile platforms such as Android. The program covers popular new technologies: cloud, big data and machine learning.
The following disciplines are studied at the university:
- Programming Basics
- Command Line Basics
- Building Abstractions
- Web application development, algorithms
- Programming paradigms, databases
- Development methodologies.
Admission requirement for getting bachelor's degree:
- Pre-Bachelor’s Preparation Programme
- IELTS 6.0
- High school diploma
- age from 17 years.
For master's degree:
- IELTS 5.5-6.0
- age from 21 years.
With a Swedish Diploma of Education in Information Technology, you can work as:
- Data scientist
- Cloud Infrastructure Expert
- Fullstack Developer
- DevOps Engineer
- Project Manager
- System analyst.