Information Technology (ENG) full-time

Enter the most in-demand and fast-growing industry worldwide.

What can you do with a bachelor's in IT?

There are many job vacancies in IT, and the number is only expected to rise in the coming years. As a result, it is usually not difficult to find a job with a degree in Computer Science. In fact, most of our students already have a suitable job in place when they graduate.

Your future professional field
We consider it important for your education to tie in well with the knowledge and skills that will soon be required in your job. For this reason, we work with many different companies in the area. This keeps us up to date with the latest developments. We sometimes say: ‘Computer Science trains you for professions that have yet to be invented!’ Will you be coming on this adventure with us?

Some of the many companies with which we have good connections and which also employ Computer Science alumni include:

Triple
Microsoft
Endeavour
Accenture
Orbia
Avanade
Mollie payments
ING
Securify
The Valley
Sogeti

IT jobs within your reach

  • Front-end developer
  • Back-end developer
  • Full-stack developer
  • Cloud Engineer
  • UX Designer
  • Data & AI engineer
  • Security specialist

Less typical IT jobs 

  • Infrastructure Architect
  • Hardware technician
  • Online marketeer
  • Business process engineer
  • Network Engineer

IT jobs

After graduating with a Bachelor's in Information Technology, you could work in one of the following positions:

Front-end developer
A front-end developer is primarily responsible for the client-side development of a website or web application. They collaborate closely with designers to ensure that the website is visually appealing, responsive, and user-friendly.

Back-end developer
A back-end developer focuses on the server-side development of a website or web application. They handle the behind-the-scenes functionality that powers the website and manages data.

Full-stack developer
A full-stack developer is proficient in both front-end and back-end development, covering the entire stack of technologies used in web development. They have the skills and knowledge to work on both the client-side and server-side aspects of a project. Full-stack developers can handle the entire development process from designing the user interface to implementing server-side functionality.

Cloud Engineer
A cloud engineer is an IT professional responsible for any technological duties associated with cloud computing, including design, planning, management, maintenance and support.

UX Designer
User interface designers are responsible for the layout and design of an application. They ensure that a website looks great, and is clear and user-friendly. To achieve this, UI designers must have a feeling for design as well as technical insight. They are champions at translating the wishes and requirements of the client into a usable application.

Data & AI engineer
An AI engineer develops AI models using machine learning algorithms and deep learning neural networks to draw business insights and create new AI-enabled products & services.

Security specialist
Security specialists are responsible for the security measures for computer networks and servers. They write security plans, advise on the build and design of information systems and set the specifications for security systems.

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Continuing your studies

This degree gives you access to professional courses and (pre-)master programmes related to computer science or IT in the Netherlands and abroad. An example in the Netherlands is the Master of Computer Science at VU University.

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