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Your UK course will give you the opportunity to: 
  • gain experience of an innovative hi-tech business culture
  • undertake work placements for dynamic IT organisations
  • learn in English, the language of IT and the internet
  • gain the skills to enable you to quickly learn new systems in the future.
Transferable skills gained:
  • effective information retrieval skills
  • effective IT skills
  • numeracy
  • time management
  • analytical and problem-solving skills.
In the same area, you can:
  • work for computer manufacturers, electronics companies, IT consultancies, research centres, software houses or telecommunications companies
  • get a place on a graduate entry training scheme (offered by many international organisations)
  • improve your skills by further postgraduate study. You could then enter employment at a higher level or teach at university or college level
  • specialise by studying for professional qualifications while working and then set yourself up as a freelance consultant.
Related areas you can move into:
  • training/teaching
  • administrative and secretarial
  • sales
  • engineering
  • publishing.

For information and advice about graduate careers in the UK, go to the TARGETjobs website.

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