Information Technology Facilities

The philosophy of Philips University as regards to Information Technology reads as follows: 

“In the area of information Technology (IT) the University is committed to providing the best available resources to enable students to develop their theoretical and practical skills. The University will provide a comprehensive information technology service to all students and staff to support teaching, research and administration of the University”.

We provide University-wide IT services. A high capacity data network covers the University, including every University-managed hall of residence, and provides fast uninterrupted links to the Internet. The first point of contact for students be the Computing Services Help Desk, where students can find out about all aspects of the services of the University, and obtain advice regarding a wide range of IT-based activities.

Facilities include open access PC computer suites in a variety of locations across the campus which:

  • contain workstations where students can use e-mail and web-based services
  • support a range of software including the Microsoft Office suite
  • are provided with state-of-the-art applications, and learning and teaching software adequate facilities and a space of 310m2 have been dedicated to support the University’s IT Centre.