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IT and Computer Science

IT and Computer Science courses in Australia 2014-15

IT and Computer Science is a course that provides the student insight regarding the processing, storage and acquisition of data. To become a computer scientist, you will need a good education from a good educational institution. Australia has many colleges and universities that have exceptional information technology and computer science programs. Before you can be considered for admission, you need to take both the IELTS or TOEFL exams to prove that you can handle English as a second language.

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Electronic and Computer Engineering

By Antony Chacko | April 20th 2012

Electronics-based products play a vital role in our daily lives from mobile phones, personal computers, digital televisions and radio to the internet with its complex network of satellites and state-of-the-art fibre optic communications. Computer technology, telecommunications and consumer electroni ...

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Software Engineer

By Antony Chacko | January 23rd 2012

Software Engineer Introduction: The goal of a software engineer is to create practical software systems that have social and economic value using a systematic software development process. Having said that, the role doesn’t simply end here. A whole gamut of activities are included in the scope of wo ...

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I have been offered the masters in information systems course at Deakin, Australia and post graduate diploma in computing at Unitec, New Zealand. Though I find both the course to my liking, I am having trouble zeroing down on one. Any help will be

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Gre324(q168v156)|acads71(mu)| mscs fall2015 Toelf-expecting atleast 100 Paper-1 international...planning one more Pls tell me where to apply I'm thinking Gatech, uwisc-madison, umaryland-cp, umass-amherst, unc-chapelhi

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Hi, I am plaaning to apply to the MComp (mostly IS specialization) at NUS and MSIS course at NTU. My profile is :  GRE - 314, TOEFL - 115, B.E IT from Pune University (2008-2012) , score - ~70% (First Class with Distinction) and 2+ ye

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