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Studying about IT

A degree in information technology (IT) will equip you with the skills needed to solve everyday problems using technology. The modules within an IT degree tend to focus on computer science, programming, software engineering or digital and technology solutions, depending on which IT degree you choose. Most courses include a mix of both practical and theoretical work, in which you will be taught how to tackle problems with a logical mind. IT graduates often follow careers in cyber security, gaming, data analysis, IT consultancy, software and web development.

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