The conversion MSc program is a master degree for students having a first degree in a discipline other than computing [Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics]. The program is designed over 12 months’ applied learning and industrial internships in view of catering for the evolving needs of the ICT industry. Students will be exposed to the latest technologies and develop the technical, analytical and professional skills required to join a dynamic NEW IT workforce.
The program falls under the Employment Scheme (GTES) programme targeting graduates to enhance employability
The program is run in Full-Time mode to cover taught core and optional streams, assessment, self-learning 6 months’ internship and project assignment resulting in 12-months intensive learning.
For this April, the master program being offered is MSc Applied Software Technologies.
MSc Applied Software Technologies
The objectives of the programme are as follows:
Provide a thorough knowledge and understanding of the latest software development tools and techniques
Inculcate the required communication, analytical, critical and teamwork skills necessary to the ICT industry
Expose students to the professional environment from the time they embark on this programme, for a better integration in the job market
Effective communication skills with stakeholders
Minimum Second-Class Honors Undergraduate Degree from a recognized University, GPA not less than 2.50 or alternative qualifications acceptable to the University of Mauritius and Accenture.
Successfully clear the selection process by Accenture Mauritius for this programme.
Seats on this program are limited and Accenture does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other basis covered by local law.
How to Apply for April 2021 Intake?
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