Career prospects

System Developer, System Administrator, Programmer, IT-consultant, Information Architect, Interaction Designer, Phd-student or researcher?

These are just a few examples of what some of our former students do for a living. Information Society has a need for solid IT expertise in all sectors. With an informatics background you can

  • adapt large computer systems to customer needs
  • develop new web services
  • build applications that are sold or included in products for mobile communications
  • be a private consultant
  • work within public administration
  • manage IT projects
  • start your own IT company
  • research

In addition to professional skills, you earn additional skills necessary in a working place. You learn to work independently and in projects in cooperation with others, you also learn to write and to work with scientific material.

If you wish to continue your career at the university, you can join the PhD programme.

For mor opportunities, visit the Career Center at the University.

Published June 6, 2012 10:00 AM - Last modified Apr. 10, 2013 12:55 PM