The Big Data course at Belgium Campus was completely different, because you actually saw the practical value of data – not just the technique of how to interact with it, but the value you can gain and the business decisions you can make from data.
I am impressed by how seamless Belgium Campus made the transition to digital platforms and I love that our online classes allow us to maintain the same lecturer-student relationships that we had in person.
I come from a background where IT is a far-fetched thought. I am where I am today because somebody made me understand the idea of a world I didn’t even know existed.
We had international lecturers which really exposed us to what was happening in it, in the corporate world. I would say that if you are looking for a hands-on university, belgium campus is the one to go for!
We train future entrepreneurs and great innovators that are needed in the South African and global economy.
Over the years, we have seen an increased demand from companies wanting to place our students for in-service training. Our recruitment events were introduced in response to this demand.
There’s a lot of good talent at Belgium Campus. It’s about getting opportunities and having a platform where people can actually be recognised and mentored. The Belgium Campus graduate programme is a good place to start.
To be able to contribute to the needs of the country is a privilege for Belgium Campus. As an engaged ITversity, we want to expose our students to more experiences, not just in education, but in the fields of research and innovation, through collaborations with other universities, and with the ICT industry itself.