Robin

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studeert Technische Informatica

Tweedejaars Technische Informatica student op Saxion Enschede. Ambassadeur TI bij Saxion Betatechniek. Ik heb een eigen bedrijfje waar ik mensen en bedrijven help met ICT problemen.

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  • Technische Informatica
    Halo, my goal is to get a masters degree in computer science and i don't know which one is better to prepare me for it HBO-ICT or Aplied CS.
    Zachary
    vroeg 1 week, 5 dagen geleden
    Robin
    zei 1 week, 4 dagen geleden

    HBO-ICT would be more directly fitting to a masters degree in computer science, however it is perfectly possible to do this master with Applied Computer Science.

    I'd suggest to look at both studies and see what fits you the best. If you dislike electric circuits and have no interest in microcontrollers, you're probably better off doing HBO-ICT.

  • Technische Informatica
    What are the major and minor available in the course structure ?
    Preetam
    vroeg 11 maanden geleden
    Robin
    zei 11 maanden geleden

    The minor consist of a free of choice minor. In this minor you can choose from different other fields to extend your knowledge. This minor doesn't have to be related in your field. There are hundreds of different minors you could choose from, including economics, tourism, and biology. As an example an ACS student could choose to do an economics minor, and vice versa.

    The rest of the third and fourth year you must enroll in the Smart Solutions Semester, which is a project that joins students from multiple disciplines to do a project together. You also need to work on your final thesis, which is a personal research project to show your competence.

  • Technische Informatica
    What is course structure and does course still using c++ or its upgraded to python?Does internship are paid or not?Is there any specific lab assigned for computer science students?
    Preetam
    vroeg 11 maanden geleden
    Robin
    zei 11 maanden geleden

    The course structure of ACS can be found here ( https://i.imgur.com/DaObfxM.png ). In the first year you share most of your courses with electrical engineering. The blue, green, and white blocks show the courses within ACS.

    Keep in mind that there is a big difference between Applied Computer Science and Computer Science. ACS focuses more on signal processing, micro controllers, and low level programming, while CS focuses more on high level programming, administration systems, and app development.

    As such, ACS will to my knowledge not be introducing Python as a full course. Python can be used optionally however in the second year, with Digital Signal Processing. More courses like microcontrollers do seem to have pushed in C# in a few assignments instead of Java.

    Personally I have seen that after you have learned a few languages it is not a big hurdle to switch to another one. My advice is to not focus too much on this. C++ is currently used in C++ and data structures

    Some internships are paid, others are not. You get a job offer out of it most of the time though.

    At Saxion there is a whole area dedicated to Applied Physics, Electrical Engineering, And Applied Computer Science. You could work in the OTSWO (while it can be a little bit noisy sometimes), or if you have to solder something, there are multiple labs with solder stations and smd ovens, which you can use freely during the day as long as you ask the professor.

  • Technische Informatica
    Is the Saxion University of applied science better than the University of Twente?
    a
    vroeg 1 jaar geleden
    Quyen
    zei 12 maanden geleden

    Hi,

    I would say this really depends on what your priorities, your goals, and your programs. My best advice is to follow your heart!

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