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SoftServe launches joint educational program with Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics

04/ 06/ 2024
  SoftServe announces the launch of a new joint educational program with Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics. This year, 150 students will enroll in specialty 123 Computer Engineering at the Department of Electronic Computers. From the first year, students will follow an updated educational program designed to optimize the sequence of subjects and enhance the educational content. As part of the program, students will gain proficiency in programming languages such as C++, C#, Java, and Python and learn to design cloud services and mobile applications. Starting from their third year, students will learn about the realities of the IT industry and have the opportunity to gain practical experience during internships. “This year we conducted a study of students needs to better understand how we can help them. It turned out that the most common problems are a lack of mentoring and a lack of motivation, and students also have a request to strengthen the relevance of programs. We are already successfully addressing these challenges by implementing joint educational programs with universities. And the fact that this year we will be able to support students of Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics is an important achievement for us” – comments Olha Dolia, Educational Partnership Associate Director, SoftServe. Experienced mentors will work with students continuously, and beginners will have the opportunity to attend additional lectures to develop communication and organizational skills such as teamwork, business thinking, and leadership. Additionally, in-depth technical courses will be offered each year to help newcomers understand the specifics of different development areas and choose the most interesting paths for themselves. SoftServe currently has nine joint educational programs across four cities in Ukraine. The first program, Internet of Things, was launched at Lviv Polytechnic University in 2016 in collaboration with several IT companies from the Lviv IT Cluster. Despite the ongoing war, SoftServe continues to invest in technical education. In 2022, the company launched three more joint educational programs in Dnipro, Kyiv, and Kharkiv. About SoftServe SoftServe is the largest global IT company with Ukrainian roots, working in the field of software development and consulting services. More than 11,000 employees work in more than 60 offices located from San Francisco to Singapore. The companys headquarters are located in Lviv and Austin (USA).  The company is working on more than 900 active projects for clients in North America, the EU, and Asia. SoftServes clients include IBM, Cisco, Panasonic, Cloudera, Henry Schein, Spillman Technologies, and others. SoftServe is a partner of Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, NVIDIA, and other major technology companies.

SoftServe announces the launch of a new joint educational program with Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics. This year, 150 students will enroll in specialty 123 “Computer Engineering” at the Department of Electronic Computers.

From the first year, students will follow an updated educational program designed to optimize the sequence of subjects and enhance the educational content. As part of the program, students will gain proficiency in programming languages such as C++, C#, Java, and Python and learn to design cloud services and mobile applications. Starting from their third year, students will learn about the realities of the IT industry and have the opportunity to gain practical experience during internships.

“This year we conducted a study of students’ needs to better understand how we can help them. It turned out that the most common problems are a lack of mentoring and a lack of motivation, and students also have a request to strengthen the relevance of programs. We are already successfully addressing these challenges by implementing joint educational programs with universities. And the fact that this year we will be able to support students of Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics is an important achievement for us” – comments Olha Dolia, Educational Partnership Associate Director, SoftServe.

Experienced mentors will work with students continuously, and beginners will have the opportunity to attend additional lectures to develop communication and organizational skills such as teamwork, business thinking, and leadership. Additionally, in-depth technical courses will be offered each year to help newcomers understand the specifics of different development areas and choose the most interesting paths for themselves.

SoftServe currently has nine joint educational programs across four cities in Ukraine. The first program, “Internet of Things,” was launched at Lviv Polytechnic University in 2016 in collaboration with several IT companies from the Lviv IT Cluster. Despite the ongoing war, SoftServe continues to invest in technical education. In 2022, the company launched three more joint educational programs in Dnipro, Kyiv, and Kharkiv.

About SoftServe

SoftServe is the largest global IT company with Ukrainian roots, working in the field of software development and consulting services. More than 11,000 employees work in more than 60 offices located from San Francisco to Singapore. The company’s headquarters are located in Lviv and Austin (USA).  The company is working on more than 900 active projects for clients in North America, the EU, and Asia. SoftServe’s clients include IBM, Cisco, Panasonic, Cloudera, Henry Schein, Spillman Technologies, and others. SoftServe is a partner of Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, NVIDIA, and other major technology companies.

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