HTP Launched the First Training, Research and Development Laboratory Designed to Train System Engineers

HTP Launched the First Training, Research and Development Laboratory Designed to Train System Engineers
12 May 2011
12 May 2011
On May 12, 2011 HTP resident EPAM Systems together with the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) opened the first Joint Training, Research and Development Laboratory designed to train system engineers on the basis of the Department of Information Technologies and Control (DITC).



Today the development of information technologies requires an integrated approach to solve automation operational issues. System engineers capable to solve complex business tasks become more and more in-demand on the market.



Newly opened research and development laboratory is first of all designed for training skillful system engineers to meet the present demands of the sector.



Alexander Prosherjakov, BSUIR professor says:

”The trainees are mainly students of the 4-5th grades. Competitive selection carried out by EPAM Systems specialists was applied to the students as well as to BSUIR professors. The training starts after the main studies“.



Students who pass the program successfully will be invited to undergo internship at HTP where they will be able to work in project teams and to gain work experience in a company engaged in development, support and design of corporate systems, software and business applications.

Leonid Shilin, FITC Dean says:

”There used to be a laboratory but now it has acquired another role – our students are studying supplementary disciplines during the evenings. Our professors are working together with EPAM Systems specialists and are developing programs. The Faculty’s task is to make sure that our professors know all new software products which are required for this profession so that the students could follow them“.

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