Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

 

The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Department offers students 3 programs: Telecommunications (TE), Network and System Administration (NE), and Application Development (AD). These programs have been designed to train experts in Information and communication technologies.

At the beginning of their program, students will learn strong technical foundations on mathematics, algebra and data communication so later on they can specialize in their respective field.
 


The Department of Information and Communication Technology offers the following programs:
    •    The Telecommunication (TE) program teaches students fundamental aspects of antenna theories, microwave and satellite communication, mobile communication and communication systems. During the last semester, each trainee will plan and write up a Bachelor's project in a relevant field.

    •    The Network and System Administration (NE) program builds fundamental understanding of computer hardware and architecture, operating systems, architectures of different networks, network configuration, network devices and ICT maintenance (software support, hardware maintenance, networks, and maintenance). During the last semester, each trainee will plan and write up a Bachelor's project in a relevant field.

    •    The Application Development (AD) program develops knowledge in programming, algorithm and data structures, information management, web technology and multimedia technology. During the last semester, each trainee will plan and write up a Bachelor's project in a relevant field.

Scholarship
TTC trainees receive a monthly scholarship of 1.000 SAR. Additional information can be found on the TVTC's website.

Requirements and Application
Applications for TTC training programs are welcome from young Saudi graduates from a College of Technology (CoT) who are interested in pursuing a career as a vocational trainer. 
TTC selects applicants based on their GPA score and proficiency in English. Furthermore, the applicant's interest and motivation to become a vocational trainer will be decisive in the admission process to TTC.



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