Software Engineering Department
At New Uzbekistan University, our students learn by doing - connecting theory to practice. This means our flexible courses will challenge and engage you, but also help you to develop the skills, knowledge and experience that employers look for.
You will apply what you’ve learnt in the lecture theatre to engineering problems and experiments.
You will also develop transferable skills such as communication, project management and time management. You will also be introduced to business and management in an engineering context.
Studying software engineering at New Uzbekistan University can open up a whole world of opportunity. Whether you are interested in work and research experience during your degree, getting valuable expertise in industry, or travelling abroad, there is a lot that our undergraduate students can explore.
At New Uzbekistan University, you can work in industry as part of your internship. Having industrial work experience can help put your academic studies into context, further develop your skills, and improve your employability. You can start to build a work profile, learn more about your own career interests, and start your journey towards being a professionally recognized engineer. You will be responsible for finding your own placement but the departmental and faculty year in industry teams will help you find the right position and get the most out of your time in industry.
The University’s Careers Network will support you in finding your ideal graduate job, with support in CVs, applications and preparing for interviews and assessment centers. Our graduates will have the opportunities to join world and local leading companies, including:
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