What to do after studying?
Ireland’s software and ICT services amount to 72 billion euros per annum, which makes the country one of the largest technology exporters in the world and attracts the world’s best IT professionals.
The current situation in Ireland’s IT industry is characterized by a huge demand for highly educated IT personnel who are able to find jobs with very high salaries (in Croatian terms) immediately after graduation and choose between a number of employers. Since all of the largest global technology companies such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Amazon have their European bases in Ireland, there are fantastic opportunities for advancement and career development for those who choose to seek employment outside Croatia. In this sense, an Irish diploma is an additional major advantage, even though students who graduated from Algebra University College are able to easily find jobs in Ireland today.
On the other hand, the Croatian IT market is very active as well and students who decide to look for their first jobs in Croatia are given great opportunities which are not available to many other professions in Croatia today. Over 90% of students graduating from our undergraduate study program in the field of computer engineering are already employed at the time of graduation which speaks for itself about the possibilities for their career development in Croatia.
Finally, two EU diplomas, a stay in a multicultural environment, acquisition of international contacts (because we should not forget that students from 80 countries study at Griffith College in Dublin), mastering the English language and the adoption of useful and applicable knowledge and international certifications in the field of computer engineering will most certainly significantly distinguish you from other undergraduates wherever you may seek your first job or start your career!
And if you wish to continue your studies at graduate level, you can enroll in graduate study programs at the Algebra University College or Griffith College Dublin.