The Bachelor’s Programme “Fundamental computer science and information technology” in English is aimed at training experts in high-level programming for hi-tech companies of the information industry.
The programme is envisaged by Computing Curricula 2001 recommended by such international organizations as IEEE-CS and ACM. The programme meets high European and international standards and is awarded the EUR-ACE label which is recognized by employers in Europe and makes it easier to apply for EUR-ACE® Master and Doctoral Programmes in other higher education institutions.
The programme is accredited by the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) and the Association for Engineering Education of Russia (AEER). The former is ‘responsible for awarding authorisation to accreditation agencies to award the EUR-ACE® label’, which is aimed at facilitating both academic and professional mobility. The latter has membership in ENAEE, Washington Accord and IPEA so that its criteria and procedures for accreditation are recognized by over 25 countries worldwide.
Teachers, working in this programme, are all recognized experts in various fields of science, Doctors and Candidates of Science. Multimedia presentations are available for all study courses of the programme. Classes take place in specialised multimedia classrooms suited for lectures and presentations as well as for practical training on modern personal computers.
University of Mannheim (Germany), University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany).