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What & Where to Study Series

What & Where to Study Series
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" is a question you probably heard a lot while growing up. Now the older you get, the question needs to be answered with action that will lead you in your future career path (no pressure, right?)

Choosing a job or career is one of the most important decisions of your life.

We want to help by giving a few suggestions in numerous study fields and what jobs that fields cover. And also very important, where you can study that path, because today there are so many GREAT institutions, not only mentioning the known universities, but also the smaller places that are equally qualified.

1. Computer studies

What is computer science?

Computers are a part of every aspect of modern life. From shopping to playing games and exercising, there is now an app for pretty much everything. All those systems were created by computer science graduates. a Computer science degree will open up a world of possibilities. Computer scientists understand the underlying principles of programming and algorithms and use them to design software, systems, and networks to meet the needs of clients and the public. It is a fast-moving, highly specialized field and there is a constant, high demand for talented computer science graduates. Job satisfaction in the field is high, as are starting salaries, so if you like solving problems and have a talent for mathematics and logical thinking, a degree in computer science could be the start of a rewarding career.

An early career Computer Scientist with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of R203,473 based on 17 salaries. A mid-career Computer Scientist with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of R425,000 based on 7 salaries.

What Can You Do With a Computer Science Degree?
Software Developer-create software programs that allow users to perform specific tasks on various devices, such as computers or mobile devices. They are responsible for the entire development, testing, and maintenance of software.

Database Administrator-Database administrators analyze and evaluate the data needs of users. They develop and improve the data resources used to store and retrieve critical information.

Computer Hardware Engineer-Responsible for designing, developing, and testing computer components, such as circuit boards, routers, and memory devices.

Computer Systems Analyst-assess an organization's computer systems and recommend changes to hardware and software to enhance the company's efficiency.?

Computer Network Architects- implement and maintain networking and data communication systems, including local area networks, wide area networks, extranets, and intranets. They assess the needs of organizations for data sharing and communications.

Web Developer-assess the needs of users for information-based resources. They create the technical structure for websites and make sure that web pages are accessible and easily downloadable through a variety of browsers and interfaces.

Information Security Analyst-create systems to protect information networks and websites from cyberattacks and other security breaches. Their responsibilities also include researching trends in data security to anticipate problems and install systems to prevent issues before they occur.

The computer and Information Research Scientists-Computer and information research scientists invent technology that solves complex problems in fields like science, medicine, and business. They also find new uses for existing technology that accomplishes the same goals.

Computer and Information Systems Managers-Computer and information systems managers analyze a company's technology needs and oversee the implementation of appropriate data systems. They need to be able to evaluate software, hardware, networking, and other technology resources for purchase or development purposes.

IT Project Manager-Project managers in the IT sector coordinate the efforts of a team of programmers/developers and analysts to complete projects. They also analyze technical problems for their company or a client organization, proposing solutions and tips to enhance productivity.

More information and jobs in Computer science -Click links

Top Online Coding Courses in South Africa

School of IT



Top Computer Science Degrees in South Africa

The University of the Witwatersrand (WITS

University of Pretoria

University of Cape Town

Rhodes University


Boland College

Boston City Campus & Business College

Buffalo City Public College

Central Johannesburg College

Centurion Academy

College of Cape Town

CTI Education Group


Varsity College

False Bay College

Waterberg College

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