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  1. What will the course help you do?

The Xeropan IT English course is ideal for those who:

  • are preparing for a IT language exam or are studying for one
  • for career purposes, whether they are preparing for a career at home or abroad, or to build professional contacts
  • are interested in scientific papers or presentations and would like access to more knowledge

  1. What is included in the course?

Xeropan's IT English course consists of four main modules covering the following topics:

  • Foundations of Computing
  • Networking and Infrastructure
  • Programming and Software Development
  • Data and Analytics
  1. The focus of language course:

  • hardware, operating systems, algorithms and data structures, data representation,
  • computer architecture, network fundamentals, network communication, devices, wireless networking, services and app, program fundamentals, 
  • software dev methodes, debugging and testing, IDEs, 
  • version control data management, data analysis, machine learning, business intelligence, big data analytics
  1. How is the course structured and how long does it take to complete?

  • The average number of terms learned during the training is 2000-2500.
  • You first define a term and then practice its meaning and pronunciation.
  • The curriculum has been broken down into smaller chunks of around 15-20 minutes to make efficient use of the day's downtime.
  • On average, it takes about 4 months to complete a language course.

  1. Do I need any prior qualifications to take the course?

    The course builds on basic knowledge and assumes a minimum level of B1+ (at least intermediate) in general language.

  2. Source languages

    The course is available in several languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Hungarian, English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese
    For English-English learning, a short definition in English is used instead of a translation of the technical term.

We hope you found this article useful! We wish you good luck with your IT English training! If you have any further questions, please contact us at info.en@xeropan.com!