David says transition from second to third level wasn’t scary at all

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David Kennedy, BSc in Information Technology (WD155)

David Kennedy, BSc in Information Technology (WD155)

BSc in Information Technology graduate David Kennedy's immensely enjoyable his favourite modules in the course, programming and web design.

"My time in Waterford Institute of Technology has been immensely enjoyable for many different reasons.

The change from secondary school to third level education was not as scary as I first imagined. I quickly came to realise that everyone was feeling the same way.

Thanks to my lecturers constant reminders about the huge demand for IT workers they helped to motivate me when completing assignments and studying for exams, along with support from friends.

I found the course challenging but rewarding at the same time. Programming and Web-Design were more favourite modules; I enjoyed the challenge of these modules.

I found 1st year opened many opportunities in which I could branch into when finishing this course.

The vast amount of support available in WIT helped me relax and settle in along with all the social clubs and societies which reminds students to balance studying with social life."  


Study the Bachelor of Science Information Technology at WIT

The Bachelor of Science Information Technology course provides a variety of computer-based skills for the modern work place. It includes a good foundation in Information Technology, Web development, Multimedia, Maths and many computer-based tasks that can be useful in getting that first job.

The course has a high practical content allowing you to get plenty of hands-on experience. Most modules use computers for practical work and there is a blended learning approach where part of the learning is done online, supported by a Virtual Learning Environment. 

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Systems Analysis Fundamentals, Visual Communication and IT Applications.

Course Code: WD155

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