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College of Informatics

The College consists of the following academic units:Department of Information Management, Department of Information Communication, and Department of Applied Information Technology.

Perspectives and Objectives

To equip our students with practical and professional knowledge in order to prepare them as the able knowledge-economic workers.
To model our students as “ (torque) type fellows” who are equipped with fundamental powers, core powers, and professionalism for the competition in job market.


Pragmatic and practical innovation and integration;
All the curricular design and practice is based on fundamental powers, core powers, professionalism, and job competition with others;
Featuring labs and featuring core-techs;
The Tipping point-to help our students earn their professional certifications;
Up to 77.5% of our faculty members ranking equal to or above assistant professorship.