Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Harbour.Space University rating is 4.0. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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If you want to learn about what’s going on in the world from the people actually doing it, Harbour Space is the place to be. The professors are experts in what they teach and you get access to people that would be difficult otherwise. What this means is: you get access to the tools that can bring you success in the real-world. But, you need to be the one making a conscious effort and this is not your traditional university experience!View more
It is a startup real life, this is exactly what people need to understand! If you make the decision to be in a startup life, you need to live the real startup vibe. It is amazing once you understand that the comfort zone is NOT what you would find here. So welcome the real change and embrace all of the learnings that brings for you.View more
As a graduate of Harbour.Space University who had the privilege to study at the Bangkok campus, I can confidently say that the experience was truly unforgettable. I didn’t have much of expectations before but I was completely blown away. The University’s commitment to providing a unique and immersive learning environment was evident from day one, with a focus on not only academic excellence but also cultural exposure.
As someone who transitioned from 5 years of traditional education to Harbour.Space University, I can confidently say that this shift was a game-changer for me. The University’s emphasis on practical learning was a refreshing change from the theoretical approach of traditional education systems.
At Harbour.Space, I was given the opportunity to apply what I learned in a real-world setting, which not only helped me gain valuable experience but also made the learning process more engaging and exciting. I was given the freedom to experiment and explore different ideas, which helped me develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
Throughout my time at Harbour.Space, I had the opportunity to work on 8 entrepreneurial projects (Startups) in addition to group projects with classmates from various countries, which allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of different cultures and perspectives. Prior to this experience, I never believed I had the capacity to start a business or even contemplate doing so. However, my mindset has undergone a positive shift, and I now have more confidence in myself and my abilities
Overall, I am very grateful for the network I built at Harbour.Space, not only in terms of professional opportunities and mentor I’ve gained but also in terms of personal friendships.View more
As a student there, I got a bachelor in Computer Science Data Science.
The computer science curriculum is heavily focused on software engineering and web development. There are several courses to learn about different modern technologies. I would recommend it if you want to get ready to work in the industry.
The data science program covers a lot of hot areas in the ML field and other topics such as data analysis and MLops.
Also, there’s strong support for students interested in doing competitive programming, with the university sponsoring camps and competitions.
What I would say they lack is strong math courses for bachelor students.
The university offers other programs in design and entrepreneurship, and you can take some of those classes and work on projects along with the students from these programs if you’re interested.
Also, there are people from all over the world, and you get to make a very nice community.
The campus is small, which makes you get to know everyone or almost everyone. It also allows you to have a closer interaction with the teachers.
Most of the teachers are great, with a lot of professional and teaching experience.
One more thing is that you can work part-time for some partner companies or even the university itself, and build real products while getting sponsored for your studies.
The university is not a great place for students inclined toward research, as most students are interested in it, and there’s no sponsorship or support from the university for research.View more
It’s a good school with the opportunity to network with a very diverse group of people from around the world. The small classrooms enable the students to collaborate and learn from each other and although the 3 week modules can be intense at times, having that fast turnaround makes it easier.
You really manage to build close relationships with the teachers and staff which can help you grow personally and professionally.View more
One year of studying for a Master’s degree at HS has improved my life! I was stuck with my career and didn’t know how to move forward. HS has helped me secure jobs and advanced my skills to another level. So grateful for the professors who are industry experts and my friends from all over the world.View more
I graduated from Digital Marketing with a Summa Cum Laude MBA. It was a walk in the park, to be honest. Even high school was more intense.
I initially decided to go there as it seemed to be an intellectual elite, providing hands-on, innovative education. I cannot confirm what I experienced either.
It was my third degree – I studied at 2 “real” universities and got to know 2 additional ones in Europe and Asia during exchange semesters. Also, I have been teaching as a university lecturer for many years. This means I can definitely evaluate the quality – or the lack thereof.
Several tutors didn’t have any teaching experience and hence lacked the ability to teach, not to speak of creativity in teaching at all. There is so much you can do to create an impactful vibe in a classroom – yet, it was mostly the presentation of slides and delegation of tasks/working on group projects.
Also, most of the lecturers were agency owners – which does not necessarily qualify them to teach or to be “elite”. Several tried to get business out of my professional network (having worked for global players for many years, they saw a lot of opportunity…).
there was no coherent curriculum (my Intro to digital marketing was my last module, I still wonder how this makes sense…), no specified teaching standard no quality management that would ensure the content taught has real-life relevance and is applicable.
I could go on, but I’d say, people, should judge for themselves.
I would strongly recommend anyone who is interested in:
1) do thorough research
2) contact graduates and ask if they have some minutes for a personal call
3) ensure that the recommendations were not given/written by staff or students who worked for Harbour Space at some point or still do
4) check on e.g. LinkedIn how the career development of graduates went (in which companies/positions they ended up)
5) make sure they have the accreditation you will need for your future (academic) career – at the time I was there, they weren’t even accredited.
There were some modules I found interesting and enjoyed, yet, had zero relevance for my career.View more