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Courses in Technology in Europe 2020

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer systems, machines and electrical devices as an option for solving human problems can often become the foundation for these studies.

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Access Creative College

If you love computer games and would like to develop and programme your own, then this Level 3 Games Technology course is the perfect way to prepare for a creative career ... [+]

If you love computer games and would like to develop and programme your own, then this Level 3 Games Technology course is the perfect way to prepare for a creative career or university.

LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF GAME DESIGN & APPS Learn about the fundamental design principles and techniques for creating games and interactive applications using Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop. WORK WITH ADVANCED GAMES ENGINES Familiarise yourself with high-end 3D game engines, such as Unreal Engine 4 and Unity, using scripting and node-based systems. TEST YOUR OWN GAMES Create test cases and experience bug tracking, focus testing, and quality assurance. DEVELOP BUSINESS SKILLS Understand how the games and media industries work and how to market yourself successfully. START YOUR CREATIVE CAREER ... [-]
United Kingdom Shoreditch Birmingham Manchester Norwich Bristol Lincoln York  + 4 More
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Full-time
2 years
Campus
TU Delft Open & Online Education

This course gives students an overview of the multidisciplinary aspects of wind turbines without too much detailed study of the literature of all these aspects. It will e ... [+]

Wind turbines involve many technical aspects: rotor blades, gearboxes, generators, control systems, etc. These are based on many physical disciplines, such as dynamics, statics, aerodynamics, and electricity. Anyone who wants to apply their scientific or engineering skills to wind turbines should have an overview of the technology with which they interact. This course provides such an overview and helps you understand how the various components of a wind energy system act together. This course gives students an overview of the multidisciplinary aspects of wind turbines without too much detailed study of the literature of all these aspects. It will explain the relevant technologies at a similarly accessible level.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
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Part-time
7 weeks
Online
IES Abroad

Our Entrepreneurship & Technology Program has been designed to provide you with leadership, entrepreneurial, and digital skills in an immersive environment so you can ... [+]

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There’s a reason why Dublin is now serving as the European headquarters for companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. For the past decade, Ireland’s pro-business environment has been an incubator for start-ups, particularly in technology, and its reputation as a principal technology hub of Europe is well-established.

Our Entrepreneurship & Technology Program has been designed to provide you with leadership, entrepreneurial, and digital skills in an immersive environment so you can capitalize on the business-friendly energy of this city.

Dublin is Europe’s tech hub for the world’s most innovative companies with 8 out of the top 10 Global information, communication and technology firms here. Google, Facebook, Zynga, PayPal, LinkedIn, and Salesforce are well established and in the past few years, Dropbox, AirBnB, Malwarebytes, SurveyMonkey, and Yelp have set up a base in Dublin.... [-]

Ireland Dublin
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Full-time
1 - 2 semesters
Campus