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A Bachelor of Computer Science degree will enable you to become a specialist and leader in computing, networking or software development. This degree opens exciting career options all over the world, especially with the government and private sector organizations. Computer scientists are in high demand in a wide range of roles, such as specialist programmers, networking specialists, software developers, IT managers and consultants.

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Stepping Forward: Financial Assistance, Public Engagement and Career Support for Young Afghans News

Stepping Forward: Financial Assistance, Public Engagement and Career Support for Young Afghans

<p>Kardan University is proud to launch Stepping Forward, an ambitious campaign designed to respond to the new challenges and opportunities in higher education. The campaign will focus on three

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Kardan University Organizes Faculty and Staff Meeting 2021 News

Kardan University Organizes Faculty and Staff Meeting 2021

<p>Kardan University organized a meeting for its faculty and staff on Aug 7, 2021, to inform and engage them on University-wide progress, achievements, challenges, and future direction at the Co

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Kardan University's Computer Science Student Becomes the First Ever Microsoft Student Learn Ambassador (MLSA) in Afghanistan News

Kardan University's Computer Science Student Becomes the First Ever Microsoft Student Learn Ambassador (MLSA) in Afghanistan

<p>Mr. Nadeem Akhtar Mohmand, Kardan University&#39;s Computer Science Student, becomes the first-ever Microsoft Student Learn Ambassador (MLSA) in Afghanistan. After participating in Kardan

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CISCO Lab Conducts an Online Virtual Private Network (VPN) Seminar News

CISCO Lab Conducts an Online Virtual Private Network (VPN) Seminar

<p>Kardan University&rsquo;s CISCO Lab conducted an online Virtual Private Network (VPN) seminar on July 14, 2021, with the participation of more than 80 computer science students from acros

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