Computing Students Attend Talk About The Opportunity to Study Abroad
On the 26th September a presentation that was given to 3rd year BSc (Honours) in Computing in Software Development and 3rd year BSc (Honours) in Computing in Games Development students about participation in the Erasmus+ student exchange programme.
The Erasmus+ student exchange programme allows students from these two degree programmes to study in another EU country from January until June during year 3 of their studies.
DkIT’s International Office and Careers Office gave talks about the application process and about the benefits that studying abroad offers. Talks about the facilities that exist for international students in their own universities were given by visiting colleagues from our four partner colleges: Centria University of Applied Sciences, Finland - University of Lodz, Poland - Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool Antwerpen, Belgium - Instituto Superior Politécnico, Portugal.
This is the first year in which the option to study abroad is included as part of these two degree programmes.