The dilemma of direction, what to choose?

Salute!
Knowledgeable people and professionals tell me in what is clearly a specific difference between experts if one studied direction:"applied Informatics", and the second in the direction of "computer science"?
What is the difference between the iT specialists in these areas, what can one that can not another and what is their similarity? Whose "weight" as iT is more of a specialist in the field, as if Chinese is not correct sounds?
Do not kick, they say you can "Google", wanted to hear directly from the mouths of people in the field, as is the choice of further training in one of these areas.

P. S: computer science and engineering at 50t.R more expensive.
P. P. S: before that finished College on a speciality "Computer systems and complexes".
In advance, thank you!
April 3rd 20 at 17:30
7 answers
April 3rd 20 at 17:32
Solution
It all depends on what exactly you want to get in the end and what to do. For a normal organization important your competencies and skills, not the job title in the diploma.

Look at the curriculum (if the school has a website, they must be out there somewhere, good luck) and see what happens closer to you. Or what is cheaper.

And educate yourself while you can do it (if you are not already working). Then you can tighten it in a production routine and over time there will be problems. Conditionally - as long as your friends-classmates thump/do stuff that you learn and practice.

Now the colleges have the opportunity to get on the stream to teach the young, who know and can teach to the soul and experience (because freelancers). With them to establish contact and they will help.

In General, good luck.
April 3rd 20 at 17:34
nothing. it's all words to cut the budget of the bubble.
Well, you have something from "Europe" knows better what is happening in Russia. - Joy.Fay58 commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:37
April 3rd 20 at 17:36
in what is clearly a specific difference between experts if one studied direction:"applied Informatics", and the second in the direction of "computer science"?

And God knows, it is necessary to pick the curriculum sharag where speciality studied.
In other words, the question is impossible to give a definite answer.
April 3rd 20 at 17:38
Whose "weight" as iT is more of a specialist in the field, as if Chinese is not correct sounds

Do not bother too much with that and with the take. To work more important skills of candidates, not a diploma. View training plans as you advised and here is closer, go there.
April 3rd 20 at 17:40
Myself am on the IVT, and I can safely say that there is no difference
There you will not learn anything necessary that there
Save yourself while you can, pick something that looks easier, so you'll have more time for independent study
Well, or wherever is cheaper, I understand you have a paysite
April 3rd 20 at 17:42
for me as a second option is closer to programming.
The first administration

But in fact - to gain knowledge from school, most likely both are nearly useless. Is that the General concepts and fundamentals.

And what You actually want to be?
April 3rd 20 at 17:44
Go to where it is easier and cheaper. Knowledge gaining for themselves, still in high school nothing standing will not teach.
When hiring nobody cares about the name of your specialty in the diploma, the main thing is real knowledge and finished projects behind.

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