What sort of colleges or institutions offer IT degrees?
Most post-secondary institutions offer some sort of information technology program. They typically come in two different flavors: 1 - Computer Science which focuses on the computer being a mathematical tool. 2 - Management Information Systems, which works on the premis of the computer being a tool to solve business probems.
Most if not all colleges will offer some kind of financial aid. In searching for scholarships to prospective students, a large number of different colleges and universities came up. Of course, if there is not anything for the specific school for which one needs financial aid, there is government financial aid available with FAFSA or other government financial aid programs.
Most colleges offer some sort of job placement assistance for their students. Companies often contact colleges directly to inquire about possible student referrals to ensure they have fresh new employees after graduation. For many employers, hiring a newly graduated student presents a unique opportunity to train the new employee without the nuisance of combating bad habits acquired from previous employment.
Most countries, in exception for developing countries in Africa and so on, offer public education in a school or educational facility of some sort. If you are older and are looking for an extension of your education, many websites are there to find colleges and universities in which to gain qualifications, diplomas etc.
It is impossible to know. All sorts of people, organisations, companies, institutions and other groupings use it. An exact record of who uses it would not be available. Around the world there would be a huge number of institutions of one sort or another that use Excel. So there would be thousands and thousands of them. It is impossible to know. All sorts of people, organisations, companies, institutions and other groupings use it. An exact…