Our Master Students are in Sweden now!
Graduate students of the APVT department Konstantin Yevchuk and Vladislav Sergienko study under the European academic mobility program Erasmus + at the Blekinge Institute of Technology, BTH, Karlskrona, Sweden. During the program, students will gain theoretical and practical skills in programming operating systems, security and software architecture. According to students: “We have been here for 2 months, and this is a very unusual learning experience. The main difference between Swedish education is the focus on discussions, practical bias and analysis of real situations, which is very important in our industry. Instead of the usual 7-10 subjects, there are only 4 of them studied per semester, but each of them consists of 7.5 ECTS and is very concentrated. The course structure itself is also interesting. Firstly, a fairly large amount of work is carried out on self-study. The results of this work are subsequently controlled by written assignments. Secondly, in lectures, attention is paid to the discussion and the formation of students’ own opinions and arguments, which contributes to a better assimilation of the material. Everything is very interactive here. A large library with a learning-friendly atmosphere and the accessibility of group rooms that are equipped with televisions and whiteboards. Students can occupy these rooms to discuss common projects, without any restrictions. It should be noted that the university is open 24/7 and access is via student card. Any student can go to the university and occupy any classroom or computer class at a convenient time, even on weekends. ”