ICT, Communications, Information Security Management
Edu type:
Formal education
Bachelor (EQF 6)
Start date:
Study Load:
6720 hrs
4 years
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Study structure and curriculum
In the first year you follow courses and projects in five study programmes. In the first semester you will focus on basic ICT related subjects, and go more indepth in one of the five programmes; from the second semester you will focus on more subjects related to either ICT & Technology, ICT & Software Engineering, ICT & Business, ICT & Media Design or ICT & Infrastructure. In the second year you will spend 3 days of classes in your chosen study programme and 2 days in 1 or 2 specialisations of your choice. At the end of the second year, you can decide what your final specialisation will be. In the third year you will do your first internship for six months. The last semester of the fourth year will be your graduation semester in a company. All classes are offered in English. The study programme ICT has a total number of around 600 international students.



How many hours a week you will need to spend on your studies?
- 20 hours of lectures / classes
- 8 hours on projects/assignments
- 15 hours of self-study



How is the study programme organised?
- Theory: 30%
- Self study: 40%
- Practical work: 30%



What do the other years look like?
At the end of the first year you are introduced to our specialisations which are consistent with the latest developments in ICT. This guarantees that your study programme is always up-to-date.



Study programmes
During the first semester you make a choice for a study programme. You can choose from:

- ICT & Software Engineering
- ICT & Technology
- ICT & Business
- ICT & Media Design
- ICT & Infrastructure


After the second semester next to your chosen study programme you will choose 1 or 2 exciting specialisations. These specialisations cover the latest developments in ICT. Fontys ICT has developed an intensive cooperation with more than 100 leading ICT companies in the region. This cooperation results in the latest ICT developments and if required leading to new specialisations. So are you sure that your ICT study programme is always up to date and fits in well with what employers expect from you as an ICT graduate.