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HSE Nizhny Novgorod is developing its links with Intel

Students at the HSE Nizhny Novgorod Faculty of Business Informatics and Applied Mathematics successfully completed the Intel Delta Course 2014 “Additional Chapters on Software Engineering”.

Students at the HSE Nizhny Novgorod Faculty of Business Informatics and Applied Mathematics successfully completed the Intel Delta Course 2014 “Additional Chapters on Software Engineering” and were given their certificates.Congratulations!

The Intel Delta Course 2014 is a series of lectures and training courses in an engineering programme for natural sciences students and post-graduates at universities in the Nizhny Novgorod region. A wide range of subjects are covered from the architecture of processors to scripting languages for programming.  

HSE Nizhny Novgorod is working with the Intel company since signing an agreement on April 9 2014 to realise a number of joint projects to develop the innovation ecosystem in the region. Bill Savage, Vice-President of Intel was at the signing. 

Top-managers from Intel are giving lectures to the students at HSE Nizhny Novgorod.

Second-year graduate student Ekaterina Kononova on the Master’s programme in Business Informatics says about the course,

- The Intel Delta Course has two main tracks - additional chapters for developers and a whole separate course for testing software. The part I found most interesting was the testing as my job is in that area - I’m a testing engineer for Teleka Ltd. I think we must put the knowledge we acquired into practice, that is where its value will grow. That’s the kind of thing we learnt on this course.   

The Intel staff deliver high calibre lectures: It’s a well thought-out plan, and they give us materials and many examples based on real products and projects, it is a great opportunity to ask questions and they also give homework to reinforce our  understanding of the materials being taught.