IT Technology

Academy Profession Degree of , 120 ECTS
Mathematics, natural- and computer science

Institution UCL University College
Campus UCL Business and Technology - Odense
Duration 2 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 7300 EUR
Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH) 0 EUR

As a student at the IT Technology programme, you will e.g. acquire knowledge about Internet of Things (IoT) – the technology that makes everyday technology smart and intelligent. You will learn how data is stored, processed, and presented, and you will gain an insight into how data is able to control physical systems.

During the programme, we will work within these general fields of study:
  • Hardware
  • Network technology
  • Software
  • Project management
These fields of study will be consistent throughout your education. You will get to work in depth within all four fields, and learn the importance of creating an overview and an understanding of the system as a whole.

During the first two semesters, you will work interdisciplinary and learn the technologies within the whole eco system of Internet of Things.The third semester consists of elective courses that allows you to tone your education and specialize within different areas of expertise.The fourth and final semester consists of an internship at a local company as well as the final exam project. 

You can read more about the programme's structure on UCL's website.

Career opportunities

A lot of IT technologists who have specialised in electronics gain employment in companies that produce, sell, or maintain consumer, or industrial electronics such as radio, TV, radar or navigational equipment, measuring instruments, power supplies, electro-medical devices or IT equipment.

IT technologists who have specialised in network technology will often find employment within the technical/technological field. They will design and maintain large and small networks as well as servers, security and databases. The field of expertise lies within network design and consultancy in connection with the planning, implementation and maintenance of modern network solutions.

Examples of typical job titles are:
  • System supporter
  • Supervisor
  • Network consultant
  • IT worker
  • Engineer/technician
  • System administrator
  • Project manager

For applicants from NON EU, EU and Nordic countries (Summer)

Application date
Mar 15
Start date
Sep 01

UCL Business and Technology - Odense

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