Internet technology

Internet has become the networking technology that connects the world. The protocol layers TCP/IP were originally conceived as the network of networks, or as the glue between networks of different types. The main purpose of this design is to secure end-to-end compatibility between user nodes in different networks. Understanding this core technology by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the basis of all modern digitalisation and therefore extremely important knowledge for any IT professional.

Although the scalability of the Internet paradigm has generally been a success, the technical evolution continues. New challenges include for instance cybersecurity, softwarisation, and cloud computing.

Studying university courses on Internet technology likely opens doors not only for telecommunications actors such as equipment manufacturers and network operators, but also for any IT department in industry or government.

Teaching and application period

FITech offers internet technology courses from basic to advanced level. Stepwise progress toward more advanced courses is necessary. Please, pay attention to the prerequisites of each course before applying.

To find out the exact application period, see the details of each course below. If the application period is not active, you can subscribe to the course. This way, you will receive an email notification when the application period starts or other course information is changed.

All studies are free of charge. FITech reserves the right to change the course information without prior notice.

NB! You can take one or more courses but it is not mandatory to complete all of the courses under this topic. Some courses have limits on the amount of FITech students. Persons without a valid study right to a Finnish university have preference to those courses.

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Advanced courses